Dublin Sea Fishing

Dublin Sea Fishing


Dublin Sea Fishing


Dublin
Dublin
Ireland


{o} Fish Types: bass, flounder, eels, codling, pollack, whiting and flounder


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 Sea Fishing Locations

 


To north, Howth Harbour is popular venue: from piers, whiting, pollack, coalfish and codling; from rocks, mackerel, flatfish and others. Good boat fishing for large spurdog. Howth club holds annual festival. Estuary at Sutton is a good place to dig lugworm and clam. Ragworm can also be found. In Dublin Bay good points are: Dollymount Strand, (some large bass, flounder, eels, codling, good in autumn at evening); sea wall running south, (pollack, codling, whiting, bass and flounder); Liffey between Ringstead Basin and Pidgeon House Power Station (mullet and bass in large numbers); spinning below Poolbeg Lighthouse (bass, mackerel); Sandymount Strand, a large beach with gullies and pools, with bass, mullet, big flounder. This beach can be dangerous at flood tide.




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