An Irish Anglers World

Fishing Diary

As an angler it is fun to visit and try out new venues. With free time at a premium nowadays, it would be nice to fish a new spot confident that one is going to be successful. Unfortunately a lot of available angling information can be limited, or worse, out of date. The following diary sets out up to date information based on recent angling experience of venues fished, both locally and further afield.

Genuine anglers will use the knowledge gleaned here wisely and honestly. Whether you are a seasoned fisher, new to the sport, or a visitor on a holiday break, if the information presented here makes your fishing trip more successful and enjoyable, then the sentiment behind the diary has succeeded. Tight lines.

Shannon Pike

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

Pet Day on the Barrow

With maggots and ground bait left over from the previous session Monday lunchtime found me ensconced on a familiar bank..Read more

Feeding the Barrow

Last Friday 17th April while feeder fishing the River Barrow at St Mullins I had the pleasure of meeting and..Read more

Five Years On Line.

An Irish Anglers World celebrates five years online this coming April 2015. The demands of completing an MSc degree has..Read more

Barrow Pike

Winter fishing on the River Barrow invariably means targeting the quieter backwaters due to increased flow and subsequent higher water..Read more

Pike on a Foggy Morning

An evening phone call from David needed no second thoughts in the response, “Are you interested in going pike fishing..Read more

Save Ireland’s Wild Brown Trout

Having taken up fly fishing for wild brown trout and sea trout at the age of 33 on Ireland’s east..Read more

Codling Making an Appearance

The Waterford estuary, a recognised marine nursery area, is presently witnessing a run of codling similar to that which graced..Read more

Estuary Bonus

Autumn in Ireland is when estuary fishing comes into its own and whisper this, we do not concentrate on them..Read more

Double Top on the Beara

Twin paternosters baited with freshly dug lugworm settled on the clean sea bed one hundred meters offshore, a flooding spring..Read more