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Headed out South on last Saturday the 11 th May,a bit fresh from the NE in the morning but calmed away later on to make anchoring up possible,about 40 Ling,pollack,Coalfish to around 10 lbs,a few good size conger,try the well Heads on the next offshore trip.
See report http://fishinginireland.info/news/sea-reports/get-your-skates-on-and-book-a-trip-in-courtmacsherry/
Marcel Audenaert wrote an article on his recent fishing holiday in Courtmacsherry,a very good read,Tnks Marcel.18 Haaienkoorts (003)
Last Sunday with nice conditions fished the deep reefs off the seven heads ,Fishing was slow enough with cod,pollack,Coalfish,bullhuss,whiting,and Pouting,we were disappointed we didn’t encounter any Porbeagle or tope,next time
We organised our first trip last Saturday and with good weather conditions and slack tides we ventured off to the offshore wrecks,fishing 5 in total .Ling,Cod,Pollack and Coalfish were the target species and on the first wreck using orange shads and red gills we caught Coalfish and pollack but with fishing slow we moved further offshore where we landed Ling to 18lbs and pollack / coalfish to around 8lbs,we were hoping that we may come across a blue shark as a local gill netter reported catching a blue of 80 lbs in his nets 2 days before and also 2 fine tope aprox weight 60 lbs which were returned.
On the shore some good bass being caught and wi
th the clear conditions lures are still catching but the preferred method is peeler crab.Our next trip,we will try the deep water reefs ,should be some good Ling and conger about and hopefully run into some big tope. We have spaces for individual anglers should you wish to join us.