Edenderry Coarse Angling Club reports on the Edenderry Open and 3 day Festival…

Edenderry Open


01 June: 29 anglers turned out for today’s festival open on the Grand Canal at Edenderry. The fishing was tough enough in parts but fair and with €50 every five pegs to fish for all anglers had a mini section to fish for . Top man on the day was Tommy Burke catching a good mixed bag one off the end ,

  • 1 Tommy Burke 15-00
  • Joe Mcevoy 11-14
  • 3 John Easton 9-04
  • 4 Arthur Judge 6-04.

Edenderry 3 Day Festival


Day 1

June 3: Edenderry’s three day festival 2019 kicked off today with 54 anglers taking part. We had some good weights off all the sections so it’s going to be an interesting week ahead.

Section A Rhode
1. Terry Guthrie 13-08
2. Dave Culbourn 10-03
3. Danny Martin 9-03

Section B Killeen
1. Tony Price 19–10
2. Mickey Fitzpatrick 14-12
3. Alan Larkin 14-08

Section C Toberdaly
1. Gordon Houlibecq 17-13
2. Bob Clough 12-02
3. Paul Charnock 10-03

Day 2

June 5: Things are starting to shape up after day two in the Edenderry festival with a little over a pound separating the top three anglers. The top three are in different sections but there is a lot of anglers not far behind too. It’s all to play for on the final day Friday.

Section A Rhode
1. Bob Clough 10-00
2. Gal Charnock 8-02
3. Chris Grehan 5-05

Section B Killeen
1. Dave Coulburn 11-04
2. Ant Marsden 10-06
3. Danny Martin 9-02

Section C Toberdaly
1. Derek Wane 6-11
2. Paul Holding 6-01
2. Conor Browne 6-01

Overall day two
1. Dave Coulburn 11-04
2. Ant Marsden 10-06.

Report and photos courtesy of Edenderry Coarse Angling Club

Go fishing…

New members are always welcome to Edenderry Coarse Angling Club.

Apart from the 262 permanent swims that have been created for the match angler on this unique fishery, a number of stretches have been prepared to cater for the pleasure fisherman and the junior angler. Included among these is the famous Edenderry Branch Line. Fished 12 months a year, this highly productive venue regularly produces catches in excess of 50lb per session. Bream, tench, roach, rudd, hybrids, carp, perch and gudgeon are the principal fish species present.


Edenderry Coarse Angling Club are affiliated to the National Coarse Fishing Federation of Ireland and are members of the Angling Council the National Governing Body for coarse and predator angling as recognised by Sport Ireland and Sport NI. www.ncffi.ie