An Irish Anglers World

Online since April 2010, An Irish Anglers World showcases rod and line fishing in Ireland through the eyes  and experience of an Irish angler who is passionate about their sport. Ireland today provides coastal bass and open sea rock fishing, wild coarse angling, large pike opportunities, and wild trout fly fishing the envy of many European countries. An Irish Angler highlights this wonderful fishing through a colourful, entertaining and sometimes controversial medium of interest to both indigenous and tourist anglers alike.

More about an Irish Angler

An Introduction to Beach Casting.

Beach casting off a Co. Wexford strand for dabs, flounder and codling. Based on forty productive years swinging a lead off Irish beaches from Co. Wicklow south and west to Co. Kerry, this article aimed at novice beach anglers and people interested in taking up the pursuit hopes to break down the requirements necessary for successful and enjoyable beach fishing into first principles: Further details, read on…….

Marine Conservation.

A key reason for setting up the original “An Irish Anglers World” website in January 2008 was to highlight serious marine conservation issues which had become all too apparent. Today six years on, even allowing for recent EU reforms, the situation at national and international level has not improved, this writers angling diary a testament to that statement:  Read on for more details…

Fishing Diary

May 26th, 2015

Preparing a Tench Swim

Air temperatures are warming after a late cold snap and my thoughts turn to tench. A visit to a known..Read more

May 12th, 2015

Drop Minnow for Perch

Perch are a well known yet at the same time an unknown species, appreciated and yet unappreciated in equal measure...Read more

May 3rd, 2015

Irish River Monster

For over 30 years Jeremy Wade has traveled the world in search of large river fish such as the Mahseer..Read more

April 23rd, 2015

Shannon Pike

Well that lad Murphy is at it again, everywhere the bold Smurf as he is affectionately called targets pike they..Read more