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February

Catch of the Week 25 February

haddock

This week the Catch of the Week is from Co. Cork. Lucky angler Tony Santry was deep sea fishing with skipper Colin Barnes of the Holly Joe when he hooked into a bigger than average fish. After a bit of a struggle the prize was brought to the boat where it turned out o be a huge haddock. The fish was later weighed on certified scales and turned out to be a record breaking catch. The fish weighed 11lb 14oz breaking the 44 year old Irish record.

Holly Joe

Catamaran 36'. Twin 225 HP
Skipper: Colin Barnes
Base: Union Hall Operational area: 30 miles out of Castletownshend and Baltimore.
Telephone: +353 28 36832 or +353 86 3273226
Web: www.whalewatchwithcolinbarnes.com


Catch of the Week 18 February

salmon

This Week the Catch of the Week goes to French salmon angler fishing on Lough Currane in Co. Kerry. The 12lbs Salmon caught on the troll by Mr Eric Jouen of Waterville and France, on Valentine's Day. The perfect Valentine's gift! This was the only fish caught on the day.
Vincent Appleby
Angling Guide and Accommodation
Eureka Lodge, Caherdaniel
Email: salmonandseatrout@eircom.net Web: www.salmonandseatrout.com


Catch of the Week 04 February

pike

Brian Bohan has been out and about after pike now that conditions are starting to improve. On a small river in Roscommon he had 7 fish over 2 days. The biggest of these was a very nice pike that was in good condition and tipped the scales at 25 lbs. 14 ozs. 
Brian Bohan
CHA FLYNNS COTTAGE & GUIDING SERVICE
Mohill, County Leitrim
Tel +353 (0)71 9631870
Email Bbohan70@eircom.net Web http://www.Chaflynnscottage.com