Tag: Inland Fisheries Ireland

250 new anglers take part in novice fishing programme in Dublin

Josh Kinsella from Sphere 17 Youthgroup, Darndale, proudly displays his catch during a fishing trip to Gaulmoylestown, Co. Westmeath.

Over 250 young people from the Greater Dublin Area took part in the Dublin Angling Initiative, a novice fishing programme delivered by Inland Fisheries Ireland, during the summer. The initiative aims to promote, develop and improve angling among children and young people in the Greater Dublin Area. Youth clubs, community groups and schools took part […]

Young Limerick anglers learn how to cast at free fishing event

Over 40 novice anglers from Limerick attended a free fishing event at Paddy Mac Lakes in County Clare last week.

Over 40 novice anglers from Limerick attended a free fishing event at Paddy Mac Lakes in County Clare last week. Youths from Weston Youth Anglers, Moyross Youth Academy (Moyross Garda Youth Diversion Project) and Limerick and District Youth Anglers enjoyed a day of fishing with guidance around angling skills provided alongside educational information around the […]

Inland Fisheries Ireland warns anglers of rogue fishing license website

Inland Fisheries Ireland is alerting the public to a rogue website which claims to sell salmon and sea trout angling licenses for Ireland.

Inland Fisheries Ireland is alerting the public to a rogue website which claims to sell salmon and sea trout angling licenses for Ireland. The website, which carries Inland Fisheries Ireland branding, asks anglers for their personal and payment details however it does not supply legitimate fishing licenses. Anglers are reminded that the only authorised website […]

Small Grants Available – International Year of the Salmon

NASCO is welcoming applications for the ‘Small Grants – Sharing Good Practice’ programme to enable activities related to the International Year of the Salmon (IYS) in countries around the North Atlantic Ocean.

NASCO is welcoming applications for the ‘Small Grants – Sharing Good Practice’ programme to enable activities related to the International Year of the Salmon (IYS) in countries around the North Atlantic Ocean. This limited funding is intended to support activities related to the International Year of the Salmon in your community or network. The purpose […]

Traditional Irish wooden ship sets sail towards West Greenland to follow salmon migration and highlight their decline

Ireland’s sole surviving ocean going wooden sailing ship, the ‘Ilen’, which was re-built through a community educational programme in Limerick, has set sail from Limerick Docks to follow the migratory journey of salmon in the Shannon River to West Greenland.

Ireland’s sole surviving ocean going wooden sailing ship, the ‘Ilen’, which was re-built through a community educational programme in Limerick, has set sail from Limerick Docks to follow the migratory journey of salmon in the Shannon River to West Greenland. ‘Salmon’s Wake’ is the title of The Ilen Project’s Community and Schools Education Programme which […]

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