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Irish Angling Update 17 September 2021

On an apple-ripe September morning, through the mist-chill fields I went, with a pitch-fork on my shoulder, less for use than for devilment. Patrick Kavanagh...

Irish Angling Update 10 September 2021

The early part of the week saw a continuation of the calm and warm conditions which have dominated our weather for quite some time....

Irish Angling Update 3 September 2021

"And all at once, summer collapsed into fall" Oscar Wilde must surely have known that feeling of "Where did the summer go?!" when he wrote...

Irish Angling Update 27 August 2021

It wouldn't be 'back to school' time in Ireland if the sun didn't shine and the temperatures didn't soar, and that's exactly what happened...

Irish Angling Update 20 August 2021

While we had a bit of showery rain over the weekend, amounts were generally small. Here in the west some of the spate rivers...

Irish Angling Update – 13 August 2021

Rain was needed and rain arrived. Over the past seven days rainfall has been well above average for much of the country. The northern...
The River Nore

Irish Angling Update – 6 August 2021

So, as we approached the end of July, the blisteringly hot weather we had all been baking under gave way to more unsettled weather,...

Irish Angling Update – 30 July 2021

After a couple of good weeks for sun worshippers, the warm spell finally broke this week and not a moment too soon for our...

Irish Angling Update – 23 July 2021

In a reversal of the norm, while much of continental Europe was hit by a deluge of rain last week causing widespread floods, Ireland...

Irish Angling Update 16 July 2021

In general the last week has been pretty typical for summer in Ireland. Temperatures were more or less average for the time of year,...