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Daily Archives: March 19, 2019

Angling Notes: Litter still a vital problem for Ireland’s waterways

The new news from ‘Irish Business opposite Litter’ highlights a fact that usually 8 per cent of beaches, harbours and rivers were found to be ‘clean’ in terms of balderdash via Ireland. It was also unsatisfactory to learn that a Boyne, Shannon, Suir and Tolka featured on a ‘heavily littered’ list, according to Inland Fisheries Ireland. While a ‘leave no …

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Angling Notes: rainbows, browns and blues quarrel like tigers in Scotland

It was a genuine pleasure to revisit Menteith Fisheries in Scotland recently. The outing not usually brought some fanciful fishing though a whole knowledge from travelling from Belfast to a lapse tour a week later, was indeed a noted experience. The Stena sailing to Carnryan was pleasing and quick as a procession of 8 cars (16 anglers) done a approach …

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