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Daily Archives: July 31, 2020

Angling Notes: Bleak days on the River Thames

In an effort to alleviate the boredom of being restricted from casting a line at this time, I continue this week with a selection of extraordinary but true stories from Tom Quinn’s book: Fishing’s Strangest Days. This little gem is a collection of bizarre fishing tales and unbelievable events from all over the world that seem almost too peculiar to …

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Angling Notes: No specific restrictions yet on recreational angling

Angling across the country has virtually ground to a halt. The final curtain came down following HSE and Government advice in relation to halting Covid-19, which promoted Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI) to announce the closure of all its managed fisheries. Permit and licence sales are no longer for sale online, and approved distributors are recommended not to sell IFI licences …

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