Pike to over 1m from Lough Allua

Living on the shores of a lake made it very straightforward for Greg and Siggy Latour of Tir na Spideog to stay with 5km...
Fishery manager David McEvoy with the first Delphi salmon of 2021

Red Letter Opening Day At Delphi Despite Lack of Guests

It was a great opening day of the 2021 season on the Delphi Fishery yesterday. Despite the lack of guests, due to the Covid-19...
pike

Longford pike in local river a respite from lockdown

Daniel Daly reports on the pike fishing in Longford this winter where they've had some good catches despite being confined by the 5km lockdown... Myself...

A wonderful time of the year for Killybegs Mariners

The Killybegs Mariners got out for a St Stephen's Day session on a secluded beach in Donegal Bay and, as they have reported it,...
Blue shark

Blue, blue Christmas for West Cork Charters?

Hot on the heels from catching the latest reported blue shark we have heard of or the Marine Sport Fish Tagging Programme has recorded...
conger eel

Good cod and coalies and conger to 190cm outside Cork Harbour

Evan McGovern was fishing out of Cork Harbour friends at at the weekend.  They fished a few inshore wrecks with mixed results on the...

New bluefin milestones daily with Deep Blue

Adrian Molloy and crew had another busy couple of days aboard Deep Blue this week; angler Andrew Ware broke his own personal bests for...
18lb blackwater salmon

Excellent salmon fishing on the Munster Blackwater as the season closes

Salmon fishing was reported as very good throughout the system with Trout fishing exceptional good as the season wound down. Fish were taking once...

Baker’s dozen a lucky number for the Clare Dragoon

Thirteen may be an unlucky number for some, but not for the Clare Dragoon, as Luke Aston reports that this year is the thirteenth...
25lb salmon from Ballyhooley Castle fishery on the Munster Blackwater

Huge salmon reported at Ballyhooley Castle on the Blackwater

Ryan O'Hagan enjoyed a great week's fishing with friends Mark Chidgey, Kieron and Noel Clancy in Ballyhooley Castle. There were a lot of fish...