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Sea Fishing North Clare

NORTH CLARE AREA SHORE/SEA ANGLING - NEW QUAY

Optimal tide late ebb to early flood for float fishing and spinning for sea bass, mackerel, tope and dogfish.

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NORTH CLARE AREA SHORE/SEA ANGLING - RYNN POINT

Bottom angling here for flatfish and sea bass.

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NORTH CLARE AREA SHORE/SEA ANGLING - BLACK HEAD (INNER)

Spinning for mackerel and pollack. Bottom angling here for flatfish and sea bass.

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NORTH CLARE AREA SHORE/SEA ANGLING - BLACK HEAD (THE FLAGS)

Float fishing for wrasse here along with bottom angling for rays, dogfish and conger eel. Spinning for mackerel and pollack.

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NORTH CLARE AREA SHORE/SEA ANGLING - BLACK HEAD (LIGHTHOUSE)

Foul ground close to shoreline. Float fishing for wrasse here along with bottom angling for rays, dogfish and conger eel. Spinning for mackerel and pollack. Sting ray have also been caught here.

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NORTH CLARE AREA SHORE/SEA ANGLING - FANORE

Ray fishing here after dark. Beach angling for sea bass, flatfish, dogfish, bull huss, and thornback ray. Sandeel and weavers have been caught here. Spinning for sea bass from the rocks on south end of beach.

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NORTH CLARE AREA SHORE/SEA ANGLING - TRAWEE

Bottom and float fishing for sea bass and occasional tope. Rocky ground.

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NORTH CLARE AREA SHORE/SEA ANGLING - BALLYREEN

Bottom angling for ray, conger eel, dogfish, bull huss and plaice. Float fishing for wrasse and garfish. Spinning for mackerel and pollack. Occasional tope caught here. Clean ground but foul ground nearer to the shoreline. Good rocky ledges here.

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NORTH CLARE AREA SHORE/SEA ANGLING - POULSALLAGH

Spinning and float fishing for mackerel, pollack and wrasse.

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NORTH CLARE AREA SHORE/SEA ANGLING - ARD NA CLAISE

Bottom angling for dogfish and occasional tope and spinning for mackerel and pollack. Also good for float fishing for wrasse and garfish.

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NORTH CLARE AREA SHORE/SEA ANGLING - POULCRAVEEN

Mackerel, pollack and wrasse from rocks, spinning and float fishing.

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NORTH CLARE AREA SHORE/SEA ANGLING - DOOLIN

Spinning over the rocks at the northerly end of beach for sea bass and mackerel. Beach angling along the rest of the beach for sea bass, flatfish and dogfish.

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NORTH CLARE AREA SHORE/SEA ANGLING - TRAGHLEACHAN

Foul grouind here. Rock angling for pollack, wrasse, mackerel, conger eel, dogfish. Tope occasionally caught here.

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NORTH CLARE AREA SHORE/SEA ANGLING - LISCANNOR PIER

Mullet can be taken the in harbour.Spinning for mackerel from the end of pier at high tide. Bottom angling for flatfish.

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NORTH CLARE AREA SHORE/SEA ANGLING - MOUTH OF INAGH RIVER

Beach angling in fsir surf conditions can produce good fishing for sea bass and flounder on Liscannor side of the estuary. Spinning for sea trout and sea bass in mouth of the river. Flood tide optimal.

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NORTH CLARE AREA SHORE/SEA ANGLING - LAHINCH STRAND

Flood tide optimal for beach angling for sea bass, flounder and occasional plaice.

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NORTH CLARE AREA SHORE/SEA ANGLING - CREGG, Beach fishing for bass and flounder

Early flood tide optimal at the mouth of stream can be very productive for flounder fishing.

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NORTH CLARE AREA SHORE/SEA ANGLING - GREEN ISLAND

Spinning, float fishing and bottom angling over rough ground here. Mackerel, pollack, garfish, wrasse, conger eel and dogfish can be taken.

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NORTH CLARE AREA SHORE/SEA ANGLING - FREAGH

Float fishing for wrasse here and spinning from the rocks for mackerel and pollack over rough bottom.

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NORTH CLARE AREA SHORE/SEA ANGLING - WHITE STRAND

Beach angling for sea bass and flatfish. Spinning for mackerel and pollack and float fishing for wrasse from rocks at northern point.

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NORTH CLARE AREA SHORE/SEA ANGLING - SPANISH POINT

Go to Black Rock at the north end of beach for spinning. Beach angling for sea bass and flounder.

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