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Intro to Fly Fishing for Kids

17th February 2011
Intro to Fly Fishing for Kids
The Dublin Angling Initiative (DAI) is set to host an introductory course on fly fishing in Dublin next month.
The event at Corkagh Park in Clondalkin on 5 March hopes to be a first step into the art of fly fishing for young people and their parents.
Renowned fly-casting instructor Paddy McDonnell will also be on hand to demonstrate techniques and hopefully inspire children to take up the sport.
Children taking part must be over 12 and under 16. A limited number of places are still available on the course. For details contact Des Chew at 087 674 0214.
Corkagh Park Fishery hopes to follow this event with a series of angling summer camps. For more visit corkaghparkfishery.ie.

The Dublin Angling Initiative (DAI) is set to host an introductory course on fly fishing in Dublin next month. 

The event at Corkagh Park in Clondalkin on 5 March hopes to be a first step into the art of fly fishing for young people and their parents.

Renowned fly-casting instructor Paddy McDonnell will also be on hand to demonstrate techniques and hopefully inspire children to take up the sport.

Children taking part must be over 12 and under 16. A limited number of places are still available on the course. For details contact Des Chew at 087 674 0214.

Corkagh Park Fishery hopes to follow this event with a series of angling summer camps. For more visit corkaghparkfishery.ie.

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MacDara Conroy

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