Angling Guide Michael Flanagan reports from the Royal Canal:

The Royal Canal is in great shape and quite a number of fish are moving through the system. Now that the water temperature has dropped the shoal fish are moving into deep stretches of the Royal Canal, and naturally the predator fish are tailing behind the food chain. Last Sunday our lakes were a no go area with high winds, and anglers took shelter on the Royal Canal.Wicklow Vet Jim Walsh dropped down to Mullingar with Harm Jan Kreun of Utrecht in Holland, and they had a few lively hours fishing the Royal Canal. It was Harms first time to fish in Ireland, and we had hoped to hit Ree, but the Gale force winds knock this plan on the head. Harm who is a computer software expert will be back in Ireland in 2016,and plans are in place for a trip on our bigger Lakes.

 Harm Jan Kreun on Royal Canal
Harm Jan Kreun on Royal Canal

Michael Flanagan
Midland Angling

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Midlands Angling  provide a top class Guiding service covering many of the top coarse and game waters across the Midlands. Visiting fly anglers have landed some fine trout while out with Midland Angling Guides, pike anglers also recorded some net bursting catches including many pike over 20lbs. Top waters include Lough Ree, Ennell, Owel, Lene, Mount Dalton, and Glore Lake just to mention a few.
Michael Flanagan
Midland Angling
Pike and Trout angling guide.

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