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West Cork charter fishing bonanza continues

July 19th, 2018 | by

There is no stopping the West Cork charter boats at the moment. They are getting a great mix of species, big fish and specimens.

13 July: 

15lb coalie off the reefs on the Rod n Reel today, Followed up by a blueshark attacking smaller ones on the line.

15lb coalie off the reefs on the Rod n Reel today, Followed up by a blueshark attacking smaller ones on the line.

Porbeagle

Porbeagle on Loch an Iasc

Blue shark on Lock an Iasc

Blue shark on Lock an Iasc

14 July: Plenty of blues and porbeagle about Union Hall today. Good ground fishing too, with several ling, bullhuss and numerous conger along with a bunch of mackerel on the way home

2.13m skate with a wingspan of 1.67m for Courtmacsherry Angling

2.13m skate with a wingspan of 1.67m for Courtmacsherry Angling

ling

ling

15 July: Very good fishing off Courtmacsherry with good Conger,Pollack,Ling and Specimen Common Skate,the heaviest one landed so far was 2.13m with a wingspan of 1.67m.

Big Blue for Courtmacsherry Charters 2.60 m

Big Blue for Courtmacsherry Angling – 2.60 m

16 July: Plenty of Blues off Courtmacsherry ,the biggest so far 2.60 m ,good congers and bull huss in the bay.

Good conger for Courtmacsherry Angling

Good conger for Courtmacsherry Angling

Porbeagle for  Irish Deep Sea Charters

Porbeagle for Irish Deep Sea Charters

17 July: 

Hake on Loch an Iasc

Hake on Loch an Iasc

Go fishing…

Courtmacsherry Sea Angling Centre 

Courtmacsherry Sea Angling Centre is one of Irelands Premier Angling Centres based in the picturesque village of Courtmacsherry located only 30miles from Cork International Airport on the West Cork coast between the Old head of Kinsale and the Seven Heads peninsula. Our purpose built Sea angling and selfdrive boats offer the sea angler the ultimate in safety and comfort.Sea Angling in Courtmacsherry produces good results both for the offshore charter angler,the selfdrive angler for inshore fishing or the wreck enthusiast.
Web: www.courtmacsherryangling.ie
Email
csal@iol.ie 
Telephone: +353 (0)23 8846427 or +353 (0)86 8250905

Loch an Iasc

The Loch an Iasc is a fast worker 36 built in Valentia and refurbished in 2005 under department of marine supervision specifically for angling charters and whale watching. She is licenced and insured for 12 passengers and carries a P5 licence which allows her to operate within 30 miles of designated ports. For customer comfort there is inside seating for 12 passengers and it has a toilet as well. The Loch an Iasc is powered by two Caterpillar 3126 engines giving a total of 700 horsepower which means that our customers can get to fishing grounds faster or when the whales and dolphins are offshore you will get more time with them. In 2014 Tom Collins invested in new electronics and fitted new led lighting for night shark fishing trips. Tom has found in the past that lots of light at night attracts baitfish which in turn brings in the big predators. For information on trip from the Reen Pier in Union Hall, County Cork, contact Tom Collins at +353 (0)87 – 279 2983.

E-mail: info@seaanglingcharters.ie
Web: www.seaanglingcharters.ie

Irish Deep Sea Charters

We offer Wreck, reef, shark and ground fishing on some of the most unspoilt waters in the country. We catch a huge range of species with 10 to 15 different species on the average day. With excellent fishing close to port, less of your day is wasted getting to and from the grounds. Rods & tackle are provided free of charge. http://glandoreharbourcharters.com/

Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IrishDeepSeaCharter

Fastnet Charters

Rooster is a fast modern charter boat, built to the skipper’s own specifications and exceeding the current safety standards. We catch more than 40 species, including pollack, coalfish, conger, ling, ray, bull huss, haddock, flatfish and, of course, cod. Also on offer are blue shark, skate and albacore tuna.

Website: www.wreckfish.com


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