Carlow Coarse Angling Club Chairman Bags Up on Barrow Roach Again

Angling Council of Ireland coach and Carlow Coarse Angling Club chairman Gerry Mcstraw from Graiguecullen has once again shown how easy it is to catch a great bag of Roach from the river Barrow. A few members of the Carlow CAC and Athy and District committee member Declan Day travelled the short distance to the river Barrow in search of the resident shoals of Roach and found them with relative ease. The methods on the varied and included the use of the Tip (feeder method) as used by Mr Day from Athy, other methods used on the day included the long pole and the Whip. The winning method on the day proved to be the stick float fished on a fourteen foot Trabucco float rod with all the bulk lead to the bottom the favoured method of coach  Gerry Mcstraw.
    The Carlow Coarse Angling Club are very happy to announce that they have been chosen from a long list of hopefuls to receive a special bursary award from the Carlow Sports Partnership. The award will be presented at a special convened ceremony in the County Chambers on Nov 30th. The club are being presented the bursary award due to their recent endeavours and programmes ran in conjunction with the Carlow Sports Partnership, Inland Fisheries Ireland, the Angling Council of Ireland, National Coarse Fishing Federation of Ireland, Rehab Carlow and the Irish Wheelchair Association in Carlow.
    If you would like any information as Regards fishing the river Barrow or the activities of the Carlow Coarse Angling Club please do not hesitate to contact Gerry mcstraw on 085 2844566 or call into St. Fiacc's Tce. Graiguecullen. Alternativley log into the very popular Facebook page listed under Carlow CAC which is updated daily.

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About David Warrington

David's one of the Owner's / Editor's here on Ireland's Coarse Fishing, Originally from Cavan, he's always had a strong connection to Angling since he was a child and these days strives to improve the sport by working with all anglers.