French fishing guide Bruno Duboul has been in contact with some news about the pike fishing in the Cavan area. According to Bruno, “Pike fishing during this period is significantly less productive than spring, fall or even winter. In fact, the low water level and the high temperature make the pike almost inactive during the day. My best opportunities are early in the morning or late at night. The most productive technique for me is the “sink and draw” method as it allows me to emulate a natural fish in the middle of water lilies and other congested places.

I also note that the small lures give very good results, probably because at that time there is a large amount of white fish fry on which the pike are feeding. I also have better results in the rivers than in the lakes, probably because of a better oxygenation of the rivers thanks to the flowing water. But these current difficulties make each take even more rewarding and Irish nature is always so beautiful and accompanies us whatever happens.” If you fancy a guided pike fishing break with Bruno you will find his contact details below.

Fishing guide in Co. Cavan
Bruno introduces you to Irish nature through pike fishing. You can fish with Bruno for a day, a weekend or even a full week. By boat or float tube, fish on the Erne River, the Oughter system or one of the countless lakes surrounding the towns of Belturbet and Killeshandra.

For further information and bookings please contact Bruno at   00.353.8.71.86.67.21  or  +33 06.87.08.30.58

Email: bruno.irishpike@gmail.com    Website: www.pecherenirlande.com