tvercetti Registered User
#1

I'm based in North Kerry and have only really fished for mackerel but keen to do a bit of fishing over the next few weeks, pass away a bit of the free time.

Whats about at the moment, what season are we in?
How do I got about catching them, What bait should I use?
Wheres best to fish at the moment (preferably somewhere between Kerry Head and Fenit)?
When is best, what tides should I be looking out for?

Any recommendations or help is greatly appreciated.

mattcullen Registered User
#2

This book might answer your questions. I rented it from my library once for a trip that never materialised. Very informative.

danbrosnan Registered User
#3

There a fishing festival on in a couple of weeks in ballybunion you get all your info there...

Also check out these sites...

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Dingle-Peninsula-Fishing/200881506593664

www.cfb.ie

puzzle factory Registered User
#4

mattcullen said:
This book might answer your questions. I rented it from my library once for a trip that never materialised. Very informative.


impressive book alrite,i didnt even need a rod after reading it,was catching them with my hands.

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SeaFields Gone fishin'
#5

If you can get your hands on any of Bob Moss's Books on fishing the Dingle peninsula they should set you right. Very insightful

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