Terry Jackson, specimen hunter and angling writer tells of a recent trip to Dunseverick Harbour in Northern Ireland.  This un-marked Antrim reef provides a variety of species from large dabs, gurnard to weaver fish, with their poisonous  black dorsal fin. Fishing companion Glenn uses a flying collar rig, picking up plenty of small to medium sized pollack to keep him busy, whilst Dessy and Terry tried baited hawk rigs to target cuckoo wrasse.

Some nice double figured ling and a fine spurdog provided some great fishing for the comrades. As Terry said when Glenn landed the female spurdog  “This was his largest spur to date; I think he’s still grinning from ear to ear!”

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Andy Wolsey with a Weaver Fish
Andy Wolsey with a Weaver Fish
Glenn found plenty of Pollack on the Berkley Firetails
Glenn found plenty of Pollack on the Berkley Firetails
Glenn finds a cracking Spurdog to round off the day
Glenn finds a cracking Spurdog to round off the day

Compliments of:

Terry Jackson,

Terry’s Travels Web: www.eufishing.com