Charlie Henderson from Dublin with a Lovely 17lb Co Monaghan Pike

Charlie is Chuffed with His 17lb Pike

Angling guide Peadar O'Brien reports that Charlie Henderson from Dublin visited Co Monaghan recently for a days pike fishing with him. The water level...

Catches Improve on Muckno as Weather Improves

Just received a report from two anglers who had fished Lough Muckno from the boat on Sunday 28th and Monday 29th December. The lads...

Lough Muckno Produces 28.5lb Pike

The Irish Angling Development Alliance (IADA) reports that Spring has got off to a fantastic start in the South Monaghan area with all the old...

Some good pike action at Castleblayney.

Winter pike fishing is never easy, and sub zero temperatures, rain, winds, hail and sleet all conspire to prevent us from going...

ESB group enjoy good pike fishing in South Monaghan

Co Cavan Pike Fishing Neill Collins from Lakeland Marine & Tackle in Virginia reports that the Ballyjamesduff Anglers held a competition on ...
Ignacio Displays His catch With Peadar O'Brien

Enjoyable Irish Angling Experience for Spanish Father and Son

Two of Monaghan's top angling guides Peadar O'Brien and Tom Cogan guided for Spanish visitors father Asier and his son Ignacio recently. In difficult...

Pike to16lb 10oz Taken at Lough Muckno Competition

A pike fishing competition was held by an angling club from Keady on Lough Muckno on Sunday last 23rd November. The competition was a...

Nice pike of 24 lb. for a french visitor to the Castleblayney area...

In an Email, French Tour Operator Claude Gatti sent me in a picture of a big Pike one of his clients caught in a...
One of the Dutch Visitors with a Monaghan Pike

Pike Success for the Flying Dutchmen

Pike angling guide Peadar O'Brien has reported that the pike fishing has improved recently in the Cavan and Monaghan area. Messrs Ice senior and...

Pike A Plenty for Portadown Pikers With Peadar

Angling guide Peadar O'Brien from Carrickmacross reports that Ian, Ray, Stephen and Glen from the Portadown pikers visited recently to fish with himself and...