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Old 27 March 2006, 09:14   #1
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Dingle, Kerry , Ireland

Taking 5 Metre Rib To Dingle, End Of April, Can Anyone Recommend Areas For Fishing Off Boat, Thanks Nige
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Old 27 March 2006, 11:37   #2
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Hi Nige,

This might help
http://www.sea-angling-ireland.org/b...oard/index.php

Dingle and the surrounding area is great. I love it there and shall be nearby at Brandon in August.

Regards,

Tony
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Old 27 March 2006, 14:32   #3
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Fungie

Nige

Dingle is one huge inlet. Forget about fishing ...but do bring your wetsuit and go play with the resident dolphin Fungie.

see

http://www.dingle-peninsula.ie/activities4.html

http://www.irishdolphins.com/WEBPILO...2&contentid=76

Check out the Blaskets

http://www.dingle-peninsula.ie/blaskets.html

Enjoy
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Old 27 March 2006, 15:50   #4
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I can remember Dursey island being quite exiting in the tide race under the cable car , also good fishing in that area at the time .

Blasket island is well worth the trip
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Old 28 March 2006, 12:16   #5
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Dingle maybe one big inlet. But it holds some big thornback rays; some very big conger and lots of wrasse at the right times.

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