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Ran out of water in Ulster

Post by Admin on Sat 2 Jul - 17:20

No bait in Connaught
No fish in Munster
No water in Ulster
we are just on a bad run
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HOW FAR CAN YOU CAST COMPETITION

Post by Admin on Mon 4 Jul - 21:38

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Re: Ran out of water in Ulster

Post by kingo on Tue 5 Jul - 23:30

What happened at the home nations was a total farce for the -16 and-21, can
someone please explain to me why are seniors given the best venues. if what
I am been told is true, the seniors had over 190 fish between them on day
2, and had water in front of them not needing great casting distance. So
what was decided, was that we put the -16 -21 on the poorer venue,
Which was bad enough if water had been there, and some reports even said
that all the anglers could have placed on the roe estuary. It is a great
sport where you put pressure on your -16 and -21 to catch fish on a venue
that is not going to produce fish as good as the senior venues. So let’s
look after the seniors, **** the -16 -21, who are the future of this sport,
put pressure on them to catch fish and JUST be proud to fish for Ireland.
**** that.
IF THE SENIORS had no water in front of them for 2 hours there would have
been WAR, THE -16 AND -21 were treated like second class ANGLERS at this
event on day 2.
LET ME MAKE IT CLEAR THAT I AM NOT BLAMEING OUR SENIOR ANGLERS, AND WELL
DONE ON THE SILVER, BUT THE BLAME LIES WITH THE PEOPLE AND THE IFSA WHO RAN
THIS COMPETITION FOR MAKING US THE LAUGHING STOCK OF THE HOME NATIONS
COMPETION.
Having been involved with the -16 -21 in Munster for the last few year, and
to all the other anglers who make the teams, I have seen how much hard
work, effort and cost, they put into making the team and the pride they
have in representing their country, only to be treated like this. When you
have anglers, crying when leaving the beach because of the disappointment
of not doing well, DUE TO NO FAULT OF THEIR OWN, if that not telling us
that there is something majorly wrong. Finally No excuse will be good
enough when you cannot plan to have water if front of the anglers for the 4
hours of the competition. WELL DONE TO THE -16-21 FOR MAKING THE TEAM AND
PUT NO BLAME ON YOURSELF For THE RESULTS, NONE OF YE F###ED UP, IT WAS NOT
YOUR FAULT.
by the way I am signing this and not hiding behind my user name, so people
know who I am, and maybe if we all did this, The IFSA would see how pi##ed
of people really were. JOHN KINSELLA, WATERFORD.

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Re: Ran out of water in Ulster

Post by barry on Wed 6 Jul - 7:14

what a joke how could any one fish a mark that has no water half way through a competition.someone has questions to answer??????????????
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