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Old 14 May 2012, 07:52   #41
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LOL - wains - they never listen to a word us auld wans tell them!
Right Mr Willk.
Your on !
If he comes in Portnahaven, I buy the first round,
If he comes by road.... Drinks on Willk
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Old 14 May 2012, 12:12   #42
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Sorry Dan will not be in my boat on June - but defo up for a pint or three in the evenings.
Hope to get boat around to Swilly before then for a bit of tope fishing. Must meet up with yourself and co-pilot... Very welcome aboard for a days fishing.
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Late run on Deep Six tonight - back on shore at 2300hrs. Nice evening.
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Lough Swilly Orca, Killer Whales on a summers eve

Now I was trying to convince Portnahaven to come by sea....
I had a pod of killer whales all organized, but no convincing him would make him come by sea !
So for anyone who is interested in some cool photos of Orca off the Donegal Coast and Lough Swilly....
Footage and pics taken from 7.4 Redbay called Sea Shells - part of the Welcome to www.baskingshark.ie ! project
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Killer Whales in Lough Swilly

Some more photos....
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Killer Whales in Lough Swilly

A final photo of the crew of Sea Shells - the end to an amazing day....

Also not to be without it, check out the youtube linky

Killer Whales visit Lough Swilly, Donegal 6th June.mov - YouTube
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Awesome I was lucky to see a pod in the sound of sleat a few years back
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With any luck they're answering an SOS from the Kerry seal population - maybe eat a fkkr or two down there
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Seen that, some kind of special sick to do that.

Incidentally, The pod of whales are already identified.
They are regularly spotted on the West of Scotland, and the last photographic evidence of them in Ireland was in 2005....

Donegal wildlife ranger Emmett Johnston captured these amazing images when, as part of the Inishowen-based basking shark research team, he caught up with the long-awaited family at the mouth of Lough Swilly yesterday evening.

He said: “I’ve been waiting for this for at least 7 years, ever since I saw the blurred photos of the Orca pod in Kinnego bay taken by the Lough’s Agency in 2005. Its hard to believe we recorded this on our own door step, just 30mins from Buncrana.” According to the basking shark team, who also monitor dolphin and whale activity in Inishowen waters, this pod of Killer Whales or Orcas are well known on the west coast of Scotland with irregular sightings on the Irish coast.

So god know when we will see them again, but one lives in hope !
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