Sea angling reports

Sea fishing reports from shore and boat.

Flounders including specimens reported from the Wexford area.

On Thursday 17th November, three anglers recorded some nice flounders on the South Wexford coast, some over 2 lbs in weight. The best of the...
conger

Big congers and small skate on Predator II

A few settled days allowed me to shift across the channel into the deep water holes hunting specimens. We caught all the usual suspects...

Excellent shore fishing reported from the Beara area in West Cork

Paul Harris reports that as Autumn starts to slip slowly into winter the fishing carries on apace on the Beara with winter visitors starting...

2011 IFSA Boat Fish-Offs report

Cobh SAC hosted the IFSA Boat Fish-Offs over the October bank holiday weekend. The best anglers in the country were pitting their wits against...

Cork harbour winter light line series

Cobh SAC has successfully run light line competitions in Cork Harbour over the last two Winter seasons. Once again Cobh SAC will be running...
Pat O'Shea with a codling caught just inside Cork Harbour

Winter cod fishing going well in Cork Harbour

The winter cod season has kicked off in earnest in Cork Harbour with some encouraging reports of good cod catches at some of the...

Tope possibile off north Wicklow beaches if weather settles

October can be a very good time for tope fishing in North Wicklow providing boat anglers with a chance to catch a...

East coast bass angling picks up – crab best bait

Bass anglers fishing from the shore have had what only can be described as a difficult season. Many factors contribute to this ...

Flounder gathering in South Wicklow and Wexford estuaries

Over the last week flounder numbers started to gather in the South Wicklow and Wexford estuaries. Good numbers of flounders have been caught and...
skate

183lb skate on 12lb rod plus lots more great inshore fishing

Terry Jackson, specimen hunter and angling writer, sent us this report from a recent sea angling trip: On a recent trip aboard my Red Bay...