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Wading the only way for Leinster Pike Anglers

Leinster Pike Anglers – up to their oxters

Like a lot of pike angling clubs, the Leinster Pike Anglers struggled to find fishable water for the latest leg of their winter league. The recent rain meant that the rivers were all blown out and the lakes were all full to the brim, making access tricky to say the least.

So the only viable option was to don the chest waders and get up to their armpits in water, which is exactly what they did. They opted to fish a few lakes close to each other to give themselves a choice of venue on the day. Fishing was pretty good given the high water with the top two anglers managing 11 fish each, with Rodney Gaynor winning out with a weight of just over 31lb

Full report on Leinster Pike Anglers Facebook page.

Full results as follows:
1st Rodney Gaynor 11 fish 31lb 3oz
2nd Luke o Ciaran 11 fish 29lb 10oz
3rd Anto Byrne 8 fish 23lb 7oz
Pools pairs
Luke o Ciaran & Jay Cooke 17 fish 42lb 13.
Heaviest Fish
Damien o Brien 6lb 12oz
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