Ballinlough Fishery reopening on May 1st

The Ballinlough Fishery will open its doors to anglers again on Wednesday 1st May. Ballinlough is a shallow, limestone lake of 22 hectares located 3.2km...

Irish Angling Update 🎣 12 April 2024

Batharnach, clagairt, clagarnach, dallcairt, forlacht, gleidearnach, stealladh, tuile and báisteach are just some (there are plenty more) of the words used to describe rain...

Irish Angling Update 🎣 05 April 2024

W ater levels in most parts of the country are still on the high side but the milder weather of late, particularly over the Easter...

Irish Angling Update 🎣 22 March 2024

D espite some milder days recently it seems that most anglers preferred to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day over the Bank Holiday Weekend rather than venturing...

Irish Angling Update 🎣 8 March 2024

W eather conditions improved somewhat this past week with snow, ground frost and sub-zero temperatures gradually fading away. However, fresh to strong easterly winds persisted...

Irish Angling Update 🎣 1 March 2024

T oday, we welcome the arrival of meteorological spring in the Northern Hemisphere. However, the current weather conditions with low temperatures, heavy sleet and snow...

Irish Angling Update 16 February 2024 🎣

It has been another wet winter's week, with above average rainfall everywhere. The driest location compared to the climatological average was at Belmullet in...

Irish Angling Update 🎣 2 February 2024

The eastern counties saw plenty of wet weather last week, with some heavy showers bringing rainfall that was 175% of the average for the...

Irish Angling Update 26 January 2024 🎣

Since our last update, the country has been thrashed by two consecutive storms, Storm Isha and Storm Jocelyn. Hurricane force winds and heavy rain...

Irish Angling Update 19 January 2024

Brrr! It's been a very cold week, with temperatures dropping below -7C on Wednesday night, hard frosts all week and even snow in places. The...