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Sunday, July 25, 2010


Cork angler Mr. Anthony Buckley, fishing with his Gillie, Mr. Tom O’Shea, caught 1 Junior, staying with Sea Trout department, Mr Colin and PJ Lynham, fishing with their gillie Mr. Mike O’Dwyer caught 6 Juniors, now for a mixture of Salmon and Sea Trout, Mr. John Baller of the UK, fishing out of with his Gillie Mr. Neil O’Shea, caught a 4lbs Grilse on the troll, and finished the day off with a fine 1.5lbs Sea Trout, Cork Angler, Mr. Gerry O’Sullivan, caught a Grilse on the troll, in the hired out boat department, there was one Salmon caught by an Angler fishing on his own, now we head up stream to the Commeragh River, an Angler, caught a fine Grilse, and just for the record the same angler caught a Grilse and a few Sea Trout on Lough Currane earlier in the week. Now to the poaching department, I was reading on our Manger Mr. Trevor Stafford, is reporting on the catches on the upper Lakes, and they are as follows, On Lough Derriana, Mr. Pat Brown and Mr. Brendan Kelly, finished their weeks fishing on a high, by catching a few nice Juniors, and 2 Brown Trout weighing in at 2.5lbs and 3.5lbs, now we head down stream to Lough Na Mona, Mr. Chris Watson of the UK fishing with his Gillie Mr. Roger Baker, caught a fine Sea Trout of 4lbs.


  1. Not sure where to ask, but what is it with RyanAir? We were glad to find decent prices for the smaller flights to get down to the Ring-Of-Kerry area, but there is no way to avoid airfare charges being doubled if you want to bring even one tiny wee fishing rod for one tiny wee day of fishing. Just one carryon if you want to pay just the airfare, but it gets very expensive if you plan to bring more than 22 pounds with you. Is there another airline that will let you bring at least reasonable equipment without charging one a price that could tempt one to buy their own boat and just boat over here from America? True, on some airlines in America, there will be some extra charges for some things and equipment out of the norm for some holiday travelers, but nothing like the prices RyanAir charges! - R. Stevens, Ohio

  2. Forgot to add that the extra that RyanAir wanted was 400 Euros - we were only going from the Dublin Airport to the Kerry Airport! Just ridiculous, could buy some new equipment for that alone. There has to be alternatives, as we would love to come back to this area in the future without getting ripped off.


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