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Author Topic: anglers  (Read 9334 times)

b0ogaloo

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Re: anglers
« Reply #15 on: January 26, 2012 »

Fly fisherman and fly tyer

I fly fish fro Sea Trout in and around the shores of Strangford and travel to Wexford . Cork and Kerry to fly fish for Bass
I'm a pro tyer for Bug Bond , Funky products and a few others and tie at most of the shows in Ireland
Although I've taken a year out from the tying , It was all getting too much , too many orders and not enough time
I come from a sea angling background ,beach casting and boat fishing . Also did a bit of tournament casting making it to the Irish team in 2007

Andy
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Ivor

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« Reply #16 on: January 27, 2012 »

Hi andy Im a fly tyer also,but not in the same league as you, i just tie for myself and my bro mostly i tie salmon patterns--trout and a few bits and bobs for the sea. I would also fish rainbow in winter,we fished benone down-hill and a lot of other places all night sessions very little to show for it we caught bass at down-hill nothing big 2lb regards ivor :D
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piczo

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Re: anglers
« Reply #17 on: December 10, 2012 »

Keen angler myself from kayak most off the time mainly sea odd time fresh ..
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sjh1

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Re: anglers
« Reply #18 on: December 14, 2012 »

Mess about round the coast in the summer. Mackerel and pollack on spinners and feathers and cod and wrasse on bottom-fished lugworm. Newcastle rocks and SW Donegal best locations last summer.

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