The smaller and medium-sized rivers I am guiding in an almost exclusive fashion do not carry any names nor will they have GPS coordinates.
Seán Canney T.D., Minister with responsibility for the Inland Fisheries sector has approved a suite of regulations and bye-laws that will govern the wild salmon and sea trout fisheries in 2019. These have come into effect from Tuesday 1 January 2019.
Paul Bourke returns to the blog to pen an appreciation of Peter O’Reilly who passed away at the end of last week…
Buy your salmon licence online now. You can now buy your salmon licence for the 2019 season in Ireland online at https://store.fishinginireland.info/. Licence prices have remained unchanged for the year ahead. Salmon Licence Fees • All Districts (i.e. all Regions) Annual: €100 • Juvenile (under the age of 18 years) All Districts Annual: €10 • One District, […]
Bill Braizier, Editor at Off The Scale gives a run down of whats in the latest edition of this on line fishing magazine… This one’s a real cracker with plenty of content to keep you informed, entertained and inspired on these long, dark nights in the run up to Christmas. How we can […]
Written by Dan O’Donovan, Salmon of the River Lee is a high quality hardback, thread sewn, production with over 150 photographs – and would make a great Christmas gift for the salmon angler in your life… It may be hard to imagine in the middle of an exceptional Summer drought but the Lee […]
Bookings are coming in for next season for the fishery and I would like to take this opportunity to announce the dates for the courses on the Blackwater and the Tay for the coming season. I am delighted to be teaching these courses again this year and they have been very successful in previous years […]
Located in North West Ireland in the heart of Donegal is one of Ireland’s finest salmon rivers. The spectacle of Atlantic salmon and sea trout jumping the falls on the River Finn is an awesome sight. This video shows summer action on Glenmore Rivers Estate, River Finn. Music: “Valley of Clouds” composed by […]
Sean Kyne TD, Minister with responsibility for the Inland Fisheries Sector, has signed off three new angling bye-laws which affect the Corrib catchment in Counties Galway and Mayo. Minister Kyne said: “The bye-laws, which have been requested by local angling clubs, concern the Abbert and Grange Rivers, the Clare River and the Cong River and […]
Due to the heatwave we are experiencing in Ireland at present, flyfishing for salmon and trout has almost come to a standstill with water temperatures reaching critical levels for salmonids and spate rivers almost disappearing due to severe drought conditions. However, we thought this is the time to explore new horizons and went off to […]