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An Irish Anglers World showcases rod and line fishing in Ireland through the eyes and experience of an Irish angler who is passionate about their sport. An Irish Angler highlights this wonderful fishing through a colourful and entertaining medium of interest to both indigenous and tourist anglers alike.
We are as the name would imply, based in Balbriggan, North County Dublin, but do our fishing from various ports along the East coast and some further afield.  Our main fishing is done from small boats around 18ft-23ft, of which we currently have 5 owned by club members. We also use many Angling  charter boats around the coast. We welcome new members to our club and are always willing to assist in every way.
Bass fishing and more in Cork Harbour and surrounding area. Guided fishing and self drive boats (Brand new Warrior 165s) avilable. Gear hire available. Accommodation in Bella Vista Hotle or self catering suites.
This site was built by boat anglers for boat anglers. The site is heavily orientated towards forums to have registered users who can contribute over a long period of time to developed the site to the benefit of boat anglers everywhere.
Bob Moss lives in Ballydavid and is an avid surf and shore angler. He has been fishing the length and breadth of the Dingle Peninsula for well over 30 years. In 2000 he was voted “Irish Angling Writer of the Year”, as well as runner up “Angling Writer of the Year”, UK and Ireland.
Cork Harbour Angling Hub – Your Dream Holiday Starts Here. A launch pad for all your angling needs in the Cork Harbour area.
Inside this site you will find twelve pages of local marks, with pictures and tips on: How to get there, baits and rigs to use, how they are fishing and how not to get yourself killed while there.
Courtown Harbour Sea Angling Association is a Sea Fishing Club that was formed in 2007 by a hand full of local fishermen and has steadily grown too over forty seniors members.
Culdaff Sea Angling Club is based in the picturesque peninsula of Inishowen in north Donegal.  The club fishes both shore and boat competitions. Fishing takes place on beaches from Lough Foyle to Lough Swilly and boat fishing effort is concentrated on the many WWII wrecks littering the seabed off Malin Head and around Inishtrahull Island over mixed seabed types for species such as pollack, coalies, wrasse, gurnard, turbot, ling, dogfish, whiting and cod.  Culdaff is renowned for its wreck fishing and its large packs of male tope that hunt in Inishtrahull Sound between  Ireland’s most northerly Island and Banba’s Crown at Malin Head its most northerly landmark.
An online Fishing Community to discuss game, coarse and sea fishing topics on the fishing forum, post fishing reports and add fishing photos and videos.
A website for shore angling in Dingle
The Howth Sea Angling Club was formed in 1970 and since then, it has developed into one of the foremost Angling Clubs in Ireland. Howth is situated on the northside of Dublin. It is well served by bus and is the northern terminus of the dart rail system. The Howth Angling Centre is located on the West Pier, just around the corner from the dart station.
Galway’s newest Sea Angling Club… Dedicated to bringing you the best fishing Galway has to offer from Shore and Boat… for more information drop us an email [email protected]
Glengormley and District Sea Angling Club is based in the Glengormley area of Newtownabbey ,which is situated six miles north of Belfast. The committee works hard to ensure all members are catered for with various types of competition’s and outings, barbecue’s etc throughout the year.
Kilkee is situated in County Clare on the West Coast of Ireland. Our site contains weather and tide information for the Kilkee area also water safety information and club regulations.
Kilmore Sea Angling Club is the oldest angling club in County Wexford. This page is displayed purely for the benefit of all those interested in fishing or are thinking of taking up fishing as a Sport or just a hobby.
The North Louth Sea Anglers is a small group of fishing enthusiasts based in Louth. We fish out of Carlingford harbour approximately every second Sunday throughout the summer. Please note that even though these are competitions, we focus more on the enjoyment of the sport, rather than the competition itself.
Information and Forum on Sea Angling in the South East of Ireland.
Reg. for up to date information. Based in Co. Waterford.
Website of the Rosslare Small Boats aNgling Festival.
Great angling forum and all the latest news, shore marks, details of almost all the charter boats available, record and specimen fish criteria, conservation details, casting details, fishing or angling rules and much, much more.
Tralee Bay Sea Angling Club has its headquarters at Fenit harbour – our clubhouse overlooks Fenit Marina. We are a community based angling club with a busy programme of competetive events throughout the year. We stage open and closed boat and shore competitions at venues from the Shannon to Valentia – including of course Tralee Bay.

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