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Post by bass buster on Thu 10 Jun - 9:33

was just wondering is there a open session for the sea trout like there is with salmon or not,and if there is when is it?? any help would be appreciated
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Re: Sea trout

Post by bass buster on Tue 15 Jun - 12:37

Thanks for all the help lads Very Happy
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Re: Sea trout

Post by gerrywalsh on Thu 17 Jun - 23:27

bass buster wrote:Thanks for all the help lads Very Happy

Sorry bass buster haven't been online in a while. For specifically targeting sea trout you need a license. These are available from the Central fisheries board. I copied the following from their site

Central Fisheries Board wrote:

Anglers are legally required to be in possession of a licence when fishing for salmon or sea trout. Licences can be purchased from a number of sources, including fishing tackle shops, Regional Fisheries Boards and some fisheries.

On purchasing a licence anglers receive a copy of the Salmon Angling Regulations which provides information on bag limits, mandatory catch and release fisheries, open and closed fisheries, gill tags and how to return your completed logbook and tags. Licences can be purchased for periods from 1 day to 1 year.

A licence does not confer the right to fish; a fishing permit is usually required and must be obtained separately. A fishing permit generally costs from 20 to 50 per day. Some of the more exclusive fisheries can be more expensive.

With regard to an open season out on the open coast i'm not 100%. Maybe somebody can shed some light?
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Post by bass buster on Sun 20 Jun - 11:48

Thanks very much,yeh i had a salmon licence a while ago,there the same thing i would guess
i didnt no u needed one 4 d seatrout
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