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    Quote Originally Posted by phatagrova View Post
    No way don't waste your trip there's little or no rivers open, go to Scotland if you must fish as early in the season

    All rivers in Ireland are open by February 1st.


    For the Blackwater, Fort William has some good water just above the tide and you can stay at their cottages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan Crocodile View Post
    Also the catch records dont reflect the price they wanted .
    So much for money not being an object.
    Respect My Authorita!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by keirstream View Post
    So much for money not being an object.
    Naw naw I said I wasnt to bothered about the cost but always nice to get value for money .
    They didnt do single rods either had to take it as 4 .
    The price was much like a week on Ponoi and not alot of fish ..........
    A bit too early by overall sounds of it .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan Crocodile View Post
    Naw naw I said I wasnt to bothered about the cost but always nice to get value for money .
    They didnt do single rods either had to take it as 4 .
    The price was much like a week on Ponoi and not alot of fish ..........
    A bit too early by overall sounds of it .
    Like a lot of places they live on memories of former glories.
    Bet they are still fleecing retired Lords, Ladies, Generals, Judges and American golfers.
    Bit of a convalescent home.
    Give it a couple of years at the rate you are going and you'll be begging to get in.
    Respect My Authorita!!

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    As far as I know the river Blackwater in lismore is open? It's a very productive river for fish all through the season? Visit fort William fishing Waterford.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by keirstream View Post
    Like a lot of places they live on memories of former glories.
    Bet they are still fleecing retired Lords, Ladies, Generals, Judges and American golfers.
    Bit of a convalescent home.
    Give it a couple of years at the rate you are going and you'll be begging to get in.
    Your age fur the home the noo

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