Clonlea lake, Tulla

Anthony Weir from Tulla and District Angling Club reports that the club had a hardy day on Clonlea at the weekend when they competed for the Kelly cup.

Overall it was tough fishing all-round, with the only consolation for some that the rain stayed away until about 3pm.  There were a few pike caught though with fish to 90cm recoded and anything that was hooked was met in the the bottom 10 foot of the lake.


Aidan came in 3rd with 140cm. Damien Shanahan came in second with 210cm and won the pools with a good 90cm pike. First place went to new member Greg Balicki with 340cm. A great result for Greg – his second competition and second time on the podium.

The club thanked Fishing Tackle Ireland for sponsoring prizes.

Go fishing…

The next match will be fishing on 23rd April from Ducies, Scariff (Lough Derg).

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Tulla District Angling Club is a Pike and Coarse fishing club founded over 50 years ago. They are based in East Clare, Munster, Ireland.

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Pike fishing at Tulla Angling Centre