Irish Angling Update 7 October 2022

After a long dry summer, the end of September saw heavy rain and wind, and blustery conditions with heavy showers continued into this week....

Irish Angling Update – 30 Sept 2022

Autumn 2022 officially kicked off last Friday, Sept 23rd, and while the exact dates for the beginning and end of the seasons often spark...
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Irish Angling Update 🎣 23 September 2022

Well, after the recent wet weather, this week has been fairly dry with rain in places but overall much less that what's considered normal...

Irish Angling Update – 16 September 2022

My neighbour went off to sunny Spain last week and tasked me with watering the plants in her front garden. She needn't have bothered......

Irish Angling Update 🎣 – 9 September 2022

After a prolonged dry spell, the past seven days have been much wetter than average across the country, with stations recording between 160% and...

Third ever International Women’s Fly Fishing Day to be celebrated on September 10th

The third ever International Women’s Fly Fishing Day (IWFFD) will take place on Saturday 10th September 2022. It’s planned that at 11am, in every time-zone across the world, that female fly-anglers will post photos or videos of themselves to Face Book or to Instagram that will show their enjoyment of flyfishing.
Clew Bay on the first sunset of Autumn

Irish Angling Update 🎣 09 September 2022

It's been another very dry, very sunny, warm week. With blue skies dominating and so much sunshine it's no wonder that temperatures were 1-2°C...

Irish Angling Update 26 August 2022

Late August - a time when the Rose of Tralee festival signals the approaching end of summer holidays, when apples ripen on the trees...

Irish Angling Update 19 August 2022

While this week saw an end to the “heat wave” and some more unsettled and cooler weather approaching from the Atlantic, low water situations...

Irish Angling Update 12 August 2022

"Janey mac, isn't it powerful weather altogether!" must be the most widely uttered phrase this week in Ireland. Or variations on that theme! A...