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Rosguill back on the fish despite late start

Tory Haddock

Michael McVeigh reports from the Rosguill fishing out of Mulroy Bay in Donegal:

2020 starts very late………..

But, the usual suspects are all there……..

Enough Mackerel around – not as they were seven or more years ago when by July they were everywhere in huge numbers, but spent just 20 minutes or so to get enough for the day. Hit a huge shoal of Herring – only picked up a few from it but got a dozen or so Mackerel which were amongst it.

Double Dog

Tory fished as normal, except the Flatfish were still not up to standard – 2/3 years now where Flatfish, especially Turbot & Brill, have been difficult to catch at Tory. Loads of Coalies (as damn usual), Gurnard, Whiting, Haddock, Doggies as expected.

Little Cod from the Gurnard ground

Mulroy Bay, loads of Thornbacks but no Flatfish – maybe just one of those days – we’ll see………..

Mulroy Bay Thornie, caught by a guy with strange coloured hands.

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