Worms, Trebles and Barbed Hooks Banned !

The revised version of the Angling Bye-Law no 888 was signed into law yesterday by Minister of State at the Department of Communications, Energy and Natural Resources.

 

The revised version does take in to account many of the natural waterways used by pike and coarse anglers, however sections such as the Fergus, and its lakes have not been amended. This will have a huge impact to local B&B owners who rent boats to visiting anglers from Europe.

 

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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.