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Cahore pier

Postby Thompst111 » Wed Feb 26, 2020 4:01 pm

Hi folks. Just wondering if cahore pier fished well at all this time of year?? If so what would I be looking at catching. Was considering hitting Morriscastle which I love and fish a lot during the summer but for winter I just don't know. Any advice would be greatfull thanks all
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Re: Cahore pier

Postby cd07 » Wed Feb 26, 2020 4:21 pm

Go to morriscastle!
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Re: Cahore pier

Postby timohcork » Wed Feb 26, 2020 5:09 pm

Don't know about this time of year but fished a kayak competition there last summer. Spent some time fishing tied to the pier and it was stuffed with blenny's, gobies, scorpions, Ballan and Corkwing wrasse, sand smelt and I'd a strap conger in a pot I'd put out for crabs for smoothies. The rest of the time was outside casting distance, I'd 16 species in 2 days including bass over the reef a few hundred meters north.
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Re: Cahore pier

Postby Thompst111 » Wed Feb 26, 2020 5:15 pm

cd07 wrote:Go to morriscastle!


Ha ha ha.. could of just rang or text me telling this!!! What if it's just a doggie night
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Re: Cahore pier

Postby Thompst111 » Wed Feb 26, 2020 5:16 pm

Thank you so summer time would defo be worth a go there then thanks man
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Re: Cahore pier

Postby Rob Millard » Wed Feb 26, 2020 10:13 pm

I fished it a lot when I was a kid. Winter time it was whiting whiting and more whiting. Used to get some keeper size there too. Had some keeper sized codling as well. (This was about 30 years ago though). Had some decent congers as well, although that was before the pier was rebuilt after a winter storm in the early 90s
Species 2019: Common Skate, Pollack, Whiting, Coalfish, Cod, Cuckoo Wrasse, Bull Huss, Lsd, Porbeagle Shark, Mackerel, Grey Gurnard, Thornback Ray, Plaice, Turbot, Ballan Wrasse, Dab, Smoothound, herring, haddock, Blonde Ray, Tope, bass

Species 2018 : Porbeagle Shark, Spurdog, Lsd, Coalfish, Pollack, Ling, Mackerel, Haddock, Red Gurnard, Turbot, Dab, Thornback ray, Homelyn Ray, John Dory, Pouting, Ballan Wrasse, Smoothound, Tope, Bass, Bull Huss, Weaver, Painted Ray, Bluefin Tuna

Species 2017 : Cod, Coalfish, Whiting, Poor Cod, Pollack, Bull Huss, Ling, Pouting, Bass, Flounder, Painted Ray, Lsd, Tope, Ballan Wrasse, Mackerel, Herring, Launce, Haddock, Thornback Ray, Conger, Plaice, Turbot, Grey Gurnard, Red Gurnard, Cuckoo Ray, Tub Gurnard, Dab, Smoothound, black goby, Scad, Cuckoo Wrasse, Megrim

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