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Corrib Pike

January 20th, 2011 No comments

Today I did a days work, then came home to wash the motherload of dishes. After putting down a fire and having dinner I decided it’s time for a blog… Its been nearly a year since my last one!

This year my plan is work hard to fund my next fly fishing mission abroad and to fish hard for whatever is available locally. At the moment its Pike. Lough Corrib is only 40 mins away so thats where I put my boat in. I’ve been out 3 times in conditions varying from howling gales to flat calm and sunny. Its all fairly new to me, tying huge flies, wondering what colour use, what depth to fish them at and where, etc… The best way to learn is to get out there, explore and experiment…

John and I are heading out again this Saturday. The next blog will be about either Pike handling, Big pike (hopefully big pike) or flies.. or all three! Until then, Tight Lines…

Stuntman Ronan..

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