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Coarse angling in Ireland

Republic of Ireland

The Coarse Fish Bye Law No. 806 of the year 2006 provides for the following conservation measures

The following protective legislation is in place for coarse and pike fishing:

  1. It is illegal to fish with more than two rods
  2. It is illegal to transfer live Roach from one water to another
  3. The use of live bait is prohibited

In Ireland, as elsewhere on this planet, conservation is necessary to protect the variety of fish in our waters. Anglers are asked to keep this in mind while still making the most of the good sport on offer.

In Coarse and Pike Angling the use of large keepnets is encouraged, and it is recommended to use pike and carp sacks to retain fish for weighing and photographing before returning them alive to the water.

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