Irish Angling Update – 29 October 2021

This October has been a mild one, with average temperatures well above the norm, and this has kept some fish more catchable than they...

Irish Angling Update 22 October 2021

The Chill Arrives It was a very mild week up to Wednesday, with temperatures reaching 18 degrees in a few places. Yesterday, however, saw a...

Irish Angling Update – 15 October 2021

As is often the case, the weather divided the country over the last week. Many counties on the Atlantic seaboard endured some very wet...

Irish Angling Update 8 October 2021

This past week saw a further drop in temperatures with heavy rain and thunderstorms bringing substantial flooding to many parts of the country making...
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Irish Angling Update 1 October 2021

As we neared the end of September and the end of the game season, the weather too reminded us of the change in seasons....
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Third time the charm for specimen hunter in Waterford waters

Cork Harbour angler Decky Collins has spent 10 long years chasing silver in the hopes of landing a specimen bass. Starting from scratch he...

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...
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Uncommonly audacious nature fanatics have best day of their lives

Alek Nowak reports on the antics of Jonasz and Miłosz, nature fanatics turned fishing fanatics and their last sea fishing trip... Last Saturday we've ventured...

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...