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Plenty of variety for boat anglers on Killala Bay

June 25th, 2015 | by

Donal Kennedy, skipper of the Leah, reported some nice mixed fishing from Killala Bay and a wealth of varieties for a group of anglers from England and Swinford, Co. Mayo.

A good day out on Killala Bay!

A good day out on Killala Bay!

The day was dull with lots of cloud and a moderate south westerly wind. The first drift, a couple of miles out in the bay, produced good numbers of pollack and pouting. Further out, on the second drift, the party started to catch small coalfish averaging  3 lbs. (all put back alive). Another spot produced more coalfish and some nice cod up to 5lbs. As the day moved on, some fine ling and more good sized Pollack along with some very big mackerel were caught. All in all an extremely successful and entertaining day out in Killala Bay.

Donal Kennedy
Leah

Go fishing…

Leah is a 36′ Ocean Tramp powered by 180 HP Turbo Ford
Base: Enniscrone Operational area: P5. From Enniscrone and Killala within a 30 mile radius.
Notes:
Reef, shark wreck and general deep sea fishing.
Address:
‘Atlantic Mist’, Enniscrone, Co. Sligo.
Telephone: +353 96 36644 or +353 86 8174509 Fax: +353 96 37731
Email: dak@eircom.net Web: www.dkennedyangling.net


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