Lough Glore Anglers hosted a club pike competition last Sunday March 8th in mixed weather conditions reports Michael Flanagan…
It was a cold choppy start to the day and the Glore was very discoloured after the strong winds, and rain on Saturday. On the day only a handful of small pike were caught and I was lucky enough to catch the heaviest at 3lbs 3oz. Pat O, Brien finished 2nd and 3rd was Joe Murry.
The competition was fished from 11am-4pm and as normal when we arrived back at H.Q. club Chairman Eddie O’Donnell had the finger food and piping hot tea ready for all. The club have done a lot of work in recent years on providing facilities for anglers, and have a lovely seated shelter, and Hut for cooking etc. Unfortunally in recent days the Hut was broken into and the two cookers were stolen. Noting is safe these days.
Lough Glore have their A.G.M. on Friday March 13th in Tullaghan Angling Center, starting at 7-30pm in Tullaghan Angling Center.
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