Charter boat anglers fihsing out of Courtmacsherry are getting good fishing over wrecks, shark action and more…
07 September: Anglers fishing with Courtmacsherry Sea Angling Centre had 15 blues for the Bristol boys today biggest for Hugh , plenty of fine size fish today
08 September: Dave Edwards, skipper at West Cork Charters found himself a long way South last night on the Cornish/Cork border! One angler had never caught a shark before and within 15 minutes of cutting Silver Dawns engines, he had a Porbeagle and a Blue. Both as small as you’re likely to see but size doesn’t always matter.
We didn’t put a trail out as shark wasn’t our planned target for the night, they had other ideas though and eventually we gave up and toasted the sunset. Some nice Whiting and Ling this morning and also a couple of feathered passengers that were struggling with their migration in the morning fog.
Meanwhile, a new crew headed out with Courtmacsherry Sea Angling Centre and to say the fishing was high octane wouldn’t be a lie.
An early start was need to make the most of the offshore wrecks and plenty of coalfish and big ling were hooked but the anglers could not escape the sharks all day long. They battled hard to bring fish to the boat but the sharks got the better of them everytime. The skipper helped them pick out few the bigger sharks to bring on board and tag. Mighty crack was had for sure !!
11 September: West Cork Charters were sitting at anchor in Courtmacsherry Bay with the Skate research team. The Skate didn’t playing ball but there plenty of smaller feed fish around and a specimen Bullhuss was an unexpected bonus.