Fly fishing on the River Boyne & the custodians protecting this historic river
This week’s episode sees Tom & Daire go to the eastern part of the country to find out about the ongoing fight to protect and save the historic River Boyne.
Pat O’Toole is from the Trim Athboy & District Angling Association and he joins the lads to highlight how local clubs have been tirelessly working to reverse the damage done by drainage and pollution down through the decades and why the fight still continues to this day.
He also talks about the large numbers of brown trout and the importance of the salmon run on the river, especially for springers, with his own personal best of 23lbs caught in 2015.
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