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    I see Connie took an estimated 14/15lber off Cable Island this afternoon.

    A prettier fish off the Blackwater I've not seen, and that's heavy for a Springer I think. The rare big fish in the high teens are usually in the Autumn.

    Well done to the River Man.

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    Just spotted another fish taken from Connie’s cable island beat, that’s three in last five days, I’ve not fished it yet , beat below yours Jack, is it?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Toasted heretic View Post
    Just spotted another fish taken from Connie’s cable island beat, that’s three in last five days, I’ve not fished it yet , beat below yours Jack, is it?


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    Yep PJ ... and the "yours" bit applies in the very loosest terms, as in I buy a ticket every year in case any of you lot think I have a Blackwater beat. That'll be, as Uncle Ethan used to say, the day

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    That should stop them queuing at the ferry Jack!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JACK POWER View Post
    Yep PJ ... and the "yours" bit applies in the very loosest terms, as in I buy a ticket every year in case any of you lot think I have a Blackwater beat. That'll be, as Uncle Ethan used to say, the day
    Sorry about that Jack.


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    Not a bother PJ, the way the fishing is going fellas will be able to buy beats for handy money but you'd have to wonder why they might.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JACK POWER View Post
    Yep PJ ... and the "yours" bit applies in the very loosest terms, as in I buy a ticket every year in case any of you lot think I have a Blackwater beat. That'll be, as Uncle Ethan used to say, the day
    which beat is that jack - are you a member of a syndicate ?

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    Hi all..

    Going to be in Kinsale first week in April.. Might nip out for a pint of milk with my waders on.. if so, where's the best spot for a Springer.. info on permits etc would be great. Ta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarán View Post
    Hi all..

    Going to be in Kinsale first week in April.. Might nip out for a pint of milk with my waders on.. if so, where's the best spot for a Springer.. info on permits etc would be great. Ta.
    Hi Ciarán,
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