Fly Fishing around Ringaskiddy

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Fly Fishing around Ringaskiddy

Postby patk » Thu Apr 26, 2018 4:56 pm

Ive recently moved to Monkstown so ringaskiddy is reasonably close and though i know the water vaguely there from going to Haulbowline I've never fished there. Im keen to fly fish for bass or someone mentioned once that seatrout can be got on the fly around there also? Any info appreciated in terms of tide times and places here or by pm any kind of a steer at all thanks pat
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Re: Fly Fishing around Ringaskiddy

Postby patk » Fri Apr 27, 2018 12:14 pm

God this forum has really gone dead.
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Re: Fly Fishing around Ringaskiddy

Postby bonobass » Sat Apr 28, 2018 6:20 pm

patk wrote:Ive recently moved to Monkstown so ringaskiddy is reasonably close and though i know the water vaguely there from going to Haulbowline I've never fished there. Im keen to fly fish for bass or someone mentioned once that seatrout can be got on the fly around there also? Any info appreciated in terms of tide times and places here or by pm any kind of a steer at all thanks pat
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Re: Fly Fishing around Ringaskiddy

Postby patk » Sat Apr 28, 2018 9:45 pm

Thanks. Senthe you pm.
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