The Angling for All facility in Aughrim, Co Wicklow, was again the venue for an annual excursion by a 46-strong group of teenagers from six youth outreach programmes in the Dublin region.

The three-acre lake on Rednagh Road, originally built for anglers with disabilities, has now had its remit widened to include the general public, and is stocked on a regular basis with rainbow trout. While fly-fishing is an option, float fishing with sweetcorn and/or worm is popular and permitted…..

Irish Times 10/11/2015  Read the article ‘Sixty trout landed as Dublin teenagers take the initiative’