Luke Aston, Skipper of the Clare Dragoon, is back on the water after a long winter…
27 April: So first day back. Plenty of handy Coalfish and Pollack about. No clunkers but up up to about 6 lbs. Only one or 2 Mackerel but a few wrasse. Up and running anyway.
28 April: The conditions where lovely today and a there were few more mackerel about. The water is still cold and you had to work for your fish. Still there are plenty about and nice to see Mr John Dory.
29 April: So first weekend of season done. Lovely weather. Seems to be plenty fish on the ground with small Coalie’s feeding like crazy at times. Our first Ling was handy sized but perfect for the table. Mackerel very scarce. A few yesterday, none today.
Clare Dragoon is a LOCHIN 366 powered by 650HP engine, skippered by Luke Aston and operating out of Carrigaholt Co. Clare…
I have some offers up on my web site www.fishandstay.com and if anybody is interested in putting a trip together please do get in touch. Also I Twitter from the boat on @fishandstay and try to update my face book page www.facebook.com/CarrigaholtSeaAngling fairly often!To experience some of the best deep sea fishing available in Ireland contact Luke.
Telephone: +353 65 9058209 or +353 87 6367544
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.fishandstay.com