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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

 

Sea Angling Ireland SAC Shore Competitions 2016

The schedule is subject to change. Please keep up to date on the SAISAC Forum.

Feb 28th Ballyhealy County Wexford 16:00-21:00 (back up Courtown)

Kerry 2 Day
May 21st Cashen 10:00-15:00
May 22nd SPA 13:00-18:00

West Cork 2 Day
July 9th Rosscarbery 14:00 – 19:00
July 10th Red Strand 12:00-17:00

July 23rd Courtown (or whichever beach has smooth hound) 17:30-22:30

Dec 3rd Youghal Cod Open
Dec 4th above Youghal Bridge 11:00 – 16:00

To fish these competitions you must be a member of Sea Angling Ireland SAC
You may join here

Thanks to Henry’s Tackle Shop for sponsoring these competitions

Sea Angling Ireland SAC Cod Open 2015

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This will take place November 21st on Youghal Beach 4pm-9pm
500 euro and the perpetual cup for biggest cod, match prizes too.
Further details later, but stick it in your diaries!

IFSA Competition – IFSA members only

Keep updated here

Fisheries Awareness Week 2015

Fisheries Awareness Week happens  May 15th – 24th this year

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More at the dedicated web site

Clean Coasts Week 2014

Celebrate Ireland’s spectacular coastline by getting involved in Coca-Cola Clean Coasts Week 2014. The week runs from May 9th – 18th and there are many ways for you to get involved.

We have all seen the evidence of marine litter along our coastline so for all you beach lovers out there here’s an opportunity to do something positive to combat the problem and also raise awareness about the issue. Why not create your own beach clean event or participate in one. Every piece of litter removed from the coast is a piece of litter that won’t pollute our oceans or harm wildlife. Register now to get your free clean-up kit.  

More here..