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Jimmy Kelly is 2017 Irish Cod Champion

A total of 80 anglers traveled to take part in this event. It was a pleasant  evening with anglers stretched along Youghal and Redbarn Beaches.

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On the beaches…

Fishing was steady, but cod were in sort supply. At 9.00pm lines were reeled in and the anglers returned to The Walter Raleigh to tally the score cards and for the Prizegiving.

There was a total of  399 fish caught by the anglers, the species caught were Whiting, Dogfish, Painted Ray, Coalfish, Flounder, Bass, Cod, Shore Rockling, Poor Cod.

The results were as follows:

  • Junior: Liam Davis 4 Fish, 115  Points
  • Biggest Round: Paddy Ryan Coalfish 51 cm
  • Biggest Flat: John Diamond  Flounder 33 cm
  • Biggest Ray: Derek Kendrick Painted Ray 86 cm

Match Scores:

  • Overall Match Winner: Joe Carley 19 Fish 742 Points
  • Zone A: Jordan Muir  15 Fish 632 Points
  • Zone B: Derek Kendrick 14 Fish 649 Points
  • Zone C Aidan O’Halloran 17 Fish 623 Points

Irish Cod Champion 2017: Jimmy Kelly

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The Henry’s Tackle Irish Cod Champion for 2017 was Jimmy Kelly of Suir Estuary SAC, receiving his prize

Joe Carley of Menapia being presented with his prize by SAI SAC Chairman, Donal O’Neill

Joe Carley of Menapia being presented with his prize by SAI SAC Chairman, Donal O’Neill

Sea Angling Ireland SAC – Join the Club

Sea Angling Ireland SAC would like to thank the Sponsor, Henry’s Tackle Shop. We would like to also thank the Walter Raleigh Hotel for their hospitality during the weekend. We will be back in Youghal next year on December 1st for the sixth Irish Cod Championships.

Sea Angling Ireland SAC is open for membership.
Senior anglers may now apply for membership of the club for their children, grandchildren, nephews and nieces. Under 16s join as juveniles and membership is 10 euro a year.
Click here for more details.
For further details email secretary@saisac.org

http://www.sea-angling-ireland.org/

Henrystackleshop.com All-Ireland Cod Championships Nov 18th

Sea Angling Ireland SAC

Thanks to Henry’s Tackle Shop for sponsoring this again.

Fishing will be 4.00 pm to 9.00 pm

 

Entry is 20 euro plus 5 euro pools
Juniors 5 euro plus 5 euro pools

Non IFSA members must pay an additional 20 euro to cover a Visitor’s Card*

Perpetual Cup and Cash Prize for longest Cod.
Match Prizes.
Pool: Longest Ray, Longest Flat, Longest Round (excluding Cod)

Entries in by 8pm Friday November 17th. Please also let us know if you enter and then have to cancel, as beach has to be pegged in the morning.

Contact
JP Molloy: 087 286 1669
Donal O’Neill: 087 690 5374

 

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Sea Angling Ireland SAC 2017

Sea Angling Ireland SAC is option for membership. Click here for more details.
Senior anglers may now apply for membership of the club for their children, grandchildren, nephews and nieces. Under 16s join as juveniles and membership is 10 euro a year.
For further details email secretary@saisac.org

Sunday March 26th Arklow 2pm – 7pm

Saturday May 6th The SPA 6pm-10pm

24-25th June Clonakilty

July 22nd – 23rd Courtown Area 6-11pm and 10am-3pm

Sunday 27th August 1pm – 6pm South Donegal Area Venue TBC

Sunday 10th September  12:30 – 15:30 Gurteen Bay

Saturday November 18th Cod Open Youghal Beach

Sunday November 19th Under Youghal Bridge 11-3 (TBC)

The Gurteen competition as been cancelled and will be rescheduled.

Henry’s Tackle All Ireland Cod Championship Dec. 3rd Youghal

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Entries close for the Henry’s Tackle All Ireland Cod Championships  tomorrow December 2nd at 8pm.

Contact
JP Molloy: 087 286 1669
Donal O’Neill: 087 690 5374
John Diamond: 087 741 3964

or any committee member.

We will be based at the Walter Raleigh Hotel. Check in will be 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm
If you want to book a room mention that you are fishing the competition.
B+B rates: 50 euro each for two sharing, 75 euro for a single room.

 

More details at http://www.sea-angling-ireland.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=49180

 

ESRI Angler Research Panel

The Economic and Social Research Institute ESRI (www.esri.ie) is undertaking research on the socio-economics of inland fisheries within Ireland, with the objective of providing evidence that will support policy decisions regarding the management of fisheries resources and angling within Ireland. As part of that work they are currently establishing an angler survey panel. Members of the angler panel will be invited to participate in occasional short surveys to elicit their views on various topics.
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