Don’t miss what will undoubtedly become Ireland’s greatest angling event.
Taking place on the May Bank Holiday Weekend, the Fair will open to angling enthusiasts on Saturday 29th April and Sunday the 30th of April 2023 over the bank holiday weekend.
It is without doubt a must attend event, throughout the 2 days a host of world renowned celebrity names such as Scott Mackenzie, Glenda Powell, Peter Driver, Henry Gilbey Jim Clohessy Craig Barr, Steffan Jones, Jason 0 Riordan, Maurice Cahill, Stuart Wylie, Ronan Murray, Cormac Walsh and more will provide talks on angling related topics and give free demonstrations to attendees
Fly tiers row proved a big hit last year with salmon, trout, saltwater and pike flies being tied by some of the best in the business. Attending this year are John Maduro, Stefan Jones, Kevin Sheridan, Kevin Oates and George Burdess among others.
Game, sea and pike angling will be the hot topics throughout the weekend and the event guarantees to offer something for everyone.
Ardaire Spring Angling Centre covers over 4 acres of lakes, stocked with rainbow and brown trout ranging from 2lb to 20lb.
The venue provides a unique opportunity for both world renowned celebrity anglers to showcase their skills and indeed leading tackle manufactures to demonstrate and promote their fishing tackle and boats on the lakes.
With ample room for exhibitors it offers a fantastic opportunity to add to your tackle collection and indeed find out the latest tips and techniques. There will be stands from all types of angling including tackle suppliers and promotional stands from fisheries and even some international companies promoting angling holidays ,
Not forgetting the younger generation we will have an abundance of activities for kids to include fly casting, lessons and much more. Onsite catering will also be available throughout the weekend.
Don’t miss out on an amazing weekend, meet with celebrity anglers and fellow angler enthusiasts, join us and support the fair at Ardaire Spring Angling Centre and see it develop in to the greatest Irish Fair of future years.