The weather was perfect on Saturday and we started catching fish from the onset, bream, hybrids, tench, perch, roach and rudd all fell to our baits, We fished into the dark with the fishing slowing the later it got but by midnight all except 1 or 2 had retreated to our tents for a few hours sleep.
At 4:30am people began to rise again but the weather had turned and the fish had gone off the feed. A few of us managed a few extra LBS with some small bream and roach, also Christopher (Cash) caught a lovely 10lbs pike which put him in the lead for taking the 1st place on the pike.
Fantastic place and very welcoming people, its nice to arrive in a town and have people come over to welcome you. There is not a lot of photos because we were all to busy fishing.
P.S A huge think you to Liam Sweeney for all his help! Top man.
1st Buddy with 53lbs
2nd David Locke 23lbs
3rd Dean warner 21.5 lbs
1st Christopher (Cash) 10lbs
2nd Dean warner 8lb
3rd Lar Radford.. 4.5lbs
Well done all.
KAI was set up in March 2014 in Killinarden, Tallaght. Its principle aims are to promote, develop and improve angling in the Killinarden and the greater west Tallaght area and is affiliated with the National Coarse Fishing Federation Ireland. During the summer months the main work of the initiative is taking young people from Killinarden on fishing courses .The Initiative has also been a catalyst in setting up a children’s and Adult fishing club in Killinarden for many of these young people and giving them a hobby they can enjoy for life.
KAI run fishing competitions for juniors and a host of other events feature on the calendar, attracting greater interest to the sport year after year.
Call or text Pat on 085 1192724 or Stephen 085 2131096