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Daily Archives: March 19, 2019

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

The recent report from ‘Irish Business against Litter’ highlights the fact that only eight per cent of beaches, harbours and rivers were found to be ‘clean’ in terms of rubbish throughout Ireland. It was also disappointing to learn that the Boyne, Shannon, Suir and Tolka featured on the ‘heavily littered’ list, according to Inland Fisheries Ireland. While a ‘leave no …

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

It was a real pleasure to revisit Menteith Fisheries in Scotland recently. The trip not only brought some fabulous fishing but the whole experience from travelling from Belfast to our return journey a week later, was indeed a memorable experience. The Stena sailing to Carnryan was pleasant and swift as our convoy of eight cars (16 anglers) made its way …

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