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Fishing in Kerry.
My pal Dave just sent me a report of his recent holiday in Kerry. Clearly the fishing wasn't spectacular but he obviously had a wonderful time.
Hi Mike, here are a few piccies from Kerry.
Bass were hard to find. Big seas and rain at the weekend caused poor conditions(the peat from the river Inny turns the sea into tea colour) but I had 7 to 4lb when the weed cleared and it was a bit calmer.
Heatwave alert in mid week (1 day only),where should I fish? Tried a new spot for pollack and it was amazing.Mid-day, low water and pollack from 3lb to 6lb taking plugs.The 6 pounder cleared the water by 2ft snatching the J13 at the end of the retrieve.
As you can see the mountain loughs were stunning and heaving with brownies.Saw a very rare white tailed sea eagle as well.
How about that? Well, one thing's certain - I'd have enjoyed it. Nothing strikes a lure quite like a big pollack. Thanks Dave!
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