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#ANGLING - The Irish Times' angling correspondent Derek Evans was on hand at the Irish Wheelchair Association's eighth annual fishing competition on the banks of the Grand Canal at Lucan recently.

More than 100 anglers from 15 different centres around the country took park in the three-hour event, supported by Inland Fisheries Ireland, Waterways Ireland and Clondalkin-based fishery manager Godfrey Donohue.

The team from Clontarf in north Dublin came out on top after a good afternoon's fishing - perch, pike and trout all showing up to take the bait.

Darren McCabe of the second-placed Navan A team was especially pleased with his performance after a barren 2011 contest, snaring a 500g 'jack' pike, while Navan B team member Brian Melville and Athlone's Pat Feeney both caught wild brown trout.

The Irish Times has more on the story HERE.

Published in Angling
23rd September 2011

Slim Pickings for IWA Angling Day

There was a big turnout for the Irish Wheelchair Association's annual Angling Day recently, The Irish Time reports.
As many as 90 competitors, representing 11 angling centres across the country, staked out spots along the Grand Canal at Lucan for the seventh year running.
Gusty conditions on the day resulted in a grand total zero catches in the three-hour competition - a stark contrast to last year's contest when more than 30 were caught and released.
But the anglers didn't let that get their spirits down, as the day was rounded off with a packed-out barbeque for competitors and volunteers.
The Irish Times has more on the story HERE.

There was a big turnout for the Irish Wheelchair Association's annual Angling Day recently, The Irish Time reports.

As many as 90 competitors, representing 11 angling centres across the country, staked out spots along the Grand Canal at Lucan for the seventh year running.

Gusty conditions on the day resulted in a grand total of zero catches in the three-hour competition - a stark contrast to last year's contest when more than 30 were caught and released.

But the anglers didn't let that get their spirits down, as the day was rounded off with a packed-out barbeque for competitors and volunteers.

The Irish Times has more on the story HERE.

Published in Angling

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