Derek Schwartau reports from Ballycotton…

Some good blue shark fishing on Wednesday 7th of August on board the Rebecca C  of Ballycotton Sea Adventures skippers. We had 9 blue sharks successfully tagged and released

Alex lynch below pictured with 1 of 4 blues in which he landed for the day
Alex lynch below pictured with 1 of 4 blues in which he landed for the day

There is some what of a competition aboard the Rebecca C this season in regards to shark fishing in that who ever catches the biggest shark between now and October the 19th gets a cool €1000 cash prize and at the moment Eddie Howard is the man to beat.

Eddie Howard and Derek schwartau
Eddie Howard and Derek Schwartau
blue shark tagged and ready to be released
Blue shark tagged and ready to be released

It was another good day today Thursday 8th of August for all of us at Ballycotton Sea Adventures and Rebecca C.

We left Ballycotton pier at 9am and took a lovely trip west down off Ballyandreen where we got plenty mackerel and then on further west to Power head where we got some very fine pollack. Good Craic had by all and plenty fish to top it off.

Go fishing…

Rebecca C is an 11 Metre Catamaran with Twin 280hp Iveco

Situated by the working pier of Ballycotton, Pier 26 is an eclectic mix of old and new: a welcoming traditional pub, an award-winning restaurant, and a stylish, comfortable B&B. You’ll always find a warm smile, an ear to listen and some of the best craic in Ireland! From 2019, Pearse is running specially chartered fishing vessels straight out of Ballycotton, giving you the chance to catch anything from John Dory to Two Spotted Goby. And blue shark too of course!

Phone: (+353) 21 464 6768

Email: pier26@flynncush.com

Address: The Pier, Ballycotton, Co. Cork, Ireland

Website: https://www.pier26.ie

To book fishing contact skipper Derek Shwartau on 086 172 0342.

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