Sea angling reports

Sea fishing reports from shore and boat.

Mullet

Good mullet fishing still possible, specimen fish at Laytown

Liam Kane, Dublin, enjoyed good mullet fishing at Laytown last week. The high point of the day was when he caught this lovely mullet...
Christiain Chantry with his blue shark of 2.2m

Late season blue shark and more at Courtmacsherry

The season for visiting groups of fishermen from overseas is drawing to a close and the last group we had at Courtmacsherry  was a...

Belmullet Sea Angling Club hosts team Shore Angling Competition in challanging weather conditions

Belmullet Sea Angling Club held their annual Team Shore Angling Competition on Sunday, 16th October. Five teams weathered the extremely poor conditions, with strong...
Plaice

Fishing on the Beara – shore angling report

A lot of action to report of late as summer slides away and autumn starts to appear. Stewart and Terry Moore were on their first...

Conditions deteriorate at east coast angling competition, 2 bass and a flounder win

Peter Cunningham reported that at the last East Coast Angling, Drogheda, sea angling competition, seventeen anglers turned out for the one o'clock start and conditions were...
pollack

Ballycotton charter fishing update

Colm Sliney, skipper of the Sarah Marie, reports on a good day recently. Colm had a gang out who wanted to target pollack. Dropping...
bass

Bass zero to bass hero in one day

Richie Ryan's  good friend Tim Murrell brought out his brother-in-law Billy Mc Gibbon from Britain for a bass session recently. Billy had never caught a bass...
Skate

Skate to 140 lb for anglers off the Antrim coast

Last week we went back to basics hunting the deep water holes for skate, conger, spurs and so on. A few skate were taken...
Big cod

25 lb cod and 11 lb bass for French anglers fishing from Cork Harbour

  Just a couple of pics to highlight the excellent fishing had by the Liberty Peche Fishing Club France who fished on one of the...

The Cork Small Boats Festival won by Welsh boat O2B@C

The Cork Small Boats Festival was won by new comers O2B@C  from Wales. O2B@C leapfrogged the hardy annuals like team Skua, team Screeming Reels, and...