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Tips on Kilfarrasy ?

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Post by That one fish !! on Wed 27 Jul - 21:46

Going out to fish kilfarrasy tomoz night for the first time just want to know how to fish the beach (bait,rigs nad parts of the beach that will fish best ??? )
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Re: Tips on Kilfarrasy ?

Post by barry on Thu 28 Jul - 7:15

can be very patchy try in front of car park chance of flats and bass in close and dogs and huss at distance .crab,lug,mackerel,sandeel
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Re: Tips on Kilfarrasy ?

Post by bob o neill on Thu 28 Jul - 15:59

I fished there twice last week, plenty of dogs, a few huss on mackerl
a couple of small flounder on rag, was just using 2 hook flappers, dogs and flounder were in close (no surf), the huss were out a bit,
the second night was reeling in to change bait, turned round and an otter was bedside the seat box robbing my mackerl affraid

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Re: Tips on Kilfarrasy ?

Post by gerrywalsh on Tue 2 Aug - 22:54

Dog being walked by couple did the exact same to me one night out there bob!
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Re: Tips on Kilfarrasy ?

Post by cosmo-rider on Thu 4 Aug - 17:08

i was there the other day with the kids in the rock pools and we got some little fry but i didnt know if thay were wrasse or weever any way to tell

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Re: Tips on Kilfarrasy ?

Post by barry on Fri 5 Aug - 7:09

weever are very dangrous so be careful they are a sand brown colour with up word facing mouth and have a black spinny fin on the back witch does the damage.
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