|An Irish Angler|
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Join date : 2010-10-30
|Subject: Beara Peninsula, Ireland, Adventure 30th October 2010, 8:01 am|| |
A sea fishing trip to the Beara Peninsula over the October weekend delivered in spades. The weather was typical for the south west ranging from mediterranean, to monsoon, to full on gale, however given the nature of the terrain a fishy mark was always available and boy were the fish obliging. Over three full days shore angling intrepid visitors from England Roger Ball, Dave Hoskins, Rob Hume, and I landed ten species of fish to include pollack, coalfish, codling, wrasse, mackerel, scad, mullet, plaice, dab, and dogfish. With a sizable conger lost at the waters edge and one or two marks off limits due to the sea and weather conditions our species tally could definitely have been higher.
For a full report and pic's click on www.anirishanglersworld.com
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Location : Sunny Rhyl
|Subject: Re: Beara Peninsula, Ireland, Adventure 30th October 2010, 2:32 pm|| |
Thanks for the report and link.
Thats a belting Dab!!!
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Join date : 2008-02-11
Location : Rhyl
|Subject: Re: Beara Peninsula, Ireland, Adventure 31st October 2010, 9:50 am|| |
Now I`m really jealous, any one of those fish would probably get our fish of the year trophy!
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