Fishing Breaks

Fishing Breaks in Wexford

Courtown is a popular destination for shore and sea fishing enthusiasts with many fishing competitions being held here throughout the year.

With storage facilities for bait and fishing gear Harbour House B&B is the ideal place to spend your fishing break.

For fishing tackle visit courtown angling.com: ” A fishing tackle shop located near Gorey in Wexford, Ireland. We specialise in the supply of Sea fishing Tackle and fishing bait.” www.courtownangling.com

Shore Angling in North Wexford:

Information provided by www.sea-angling-ireland.org

Fishing Heading north from Raven point you would be forgiven for thinking that you have to face an unending series of windswept beach marks, but that is not the case.

There is a remarkable variety available, albeit the venues are some of the most popular and on their day heavily fished in Ireland.

 1 – Curracloe Beach 

The site of the landings in the filming of “Private Ryan” and a very fashionable and popular summertime beach, it is only fished at night or in the autumn, ideally with a decent surf.

2 – Ballinamona

This is the first of several very popular beaches often used for competitions.

3 – Tinnebearna

This is one of the marks synonymous with Smooth Hounds, something of a cult fish in recent years. Intrepid anglers have pitched their tents and shone their tilly lamps on just about every beach in Wexford in the last decade in the hope of discovering the next great Smut mark.

4 – Morriscastle

This is perhaps the best known venue in Wexford and has hosted several premier league and international beach fishing competitions. You need to check if an event is on before you go…

5 – Ballinoulart Beach

A new mark, several SACs have made this a competition venue with good results in surf conditions.

6 – Cahore Point

These rock marks give access to deep water with a sand or mixed bottom, with the optimal position being behind the castle.

7 – Cahore Pier

A simple spot to get to, easy to keep the car close by, and without the need to pitch a tent and hump boxed of supplier and gear down a beach, the pier may not be pefect but it is a good option.

8 – North Beach, Cahore

Another of the many beaches, this one changes between summer and winter, with different species arriving and departing. Fishing is always done between the groynes and mostly at night on incoming tides.

For more info visit ww.sea-angling-ireland.org

Also for more fishing info visit www.fishinginireland.info

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