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Angling for Salmon on Ireland's Cork Blackwater

 
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Joined: 16 Oct 2007
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Location: County Waterford in Southern Ireland

PostPosted: Tue Oct 16, 2007 8:19 am    Post subject:  Angling for Salmon on Ireland's Cork Blackwater Reply with quote



Blackwater Lodge is Ireland's premier salmon fishing lodge with 15 miles private and exclusive salmon fishing on the Cork Blackwater. It controls a high record fishery with approx. 1,000 salmon caught per season. All methods are allowed, but daily beat rota caters especially for fly fishers.
The Lodge’s website is unique in that it has a daily updated river report page.
Website Fishing report page (direct): http://www.ireland-salmon-fishing.net/FishingReport/fishingreport.htm
(Please note that this page requires registration for a password to view)
The Lodge controls 16 beats (approximately 15 miles of fishing) on the best reaches of the river between Lismore to Mallow. This covers some 40 river miles, starting only 3 miles above the tidal limit.
The Lodge offers both hotel and cottage accommodation. It has a lovely restaurant and a bar with a panoramic view over the Blackwater river.

It has its own tackle shop, smokery & provides guides & tuition in all forms of salmon fishing.

Salmon Fly casting tuition is our speciality, from beginner right up to the most advanced spey casting with Glenda Powell (APGAI-IRL Salmon) – one of the highest qualified female instructors in the world.
See Glenda’s Tuition page: http://www.ireland-salmon-fishing.net/Tuition/Tuition.htm


The Lodge is situated only one hour from Cork, 2 hours from Shannon & Rosslare and 4 hours from Dublin.

For any further information, don’t hesitate to contact:
Ian Powell (Proprietor
Blackwater Lodge Hotel & Salmon Fishery
Upper Ballyduff
Co. Waterford
Email: info@ireland-salmon-fishing.net
Web: http://www.ireland-salmon-fishing.net
Tel: 00 353 58 60235 From UK: 0871 474 0135 (10p/min any time!)
Fax: 00 353 58 60162 From UK: 0871 474 0136 (10p/min any time!)
Mobile: 00 353 87 235 21 20

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Ian is proprietor of Ireland's premier salmon fishing lodge with his wife Glenda (APGAI-IRL Salmon & Trout) – Europe’s highest qualified female fly-casting instructor & Emerald World Masters Ladies Salmon Distance champion.
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