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The discovery of the shark nursery was made last July by the Marine Institute’s remotely-operated vehicle Holland 1 deployed from the ILV Granuaile. Photograph: Marine Institute/Geological Survey of Ireland

A team of marine scientists have discovered a very rare shark nursery 200 miles west of Ireland while investigating Ireland’s deep-ocean territory. Th(...)

Annamoe Trout Fishery, Co Wicklow: New owners will be able to enjoy fly-fishing all year round

In one of the most unusual property sales in recent years, a Wicklow trout fishery along with a land holding, cottage and cafe are to be offered for s(...)

Irish seabass: new EU rules  catch-and-release only for 2018

Following successful negotiations by the Minister for Marine, Mr Michael Creed, at the recent fisheries council meeting in Brussels, the European Unio(...)

Erne Integrated, Enniskillen, winning team at NI Schools’ Coarse Competition, with Cllr Sharon McAleer

A raft of changes to the rod licensing system in Wales will come into force in March of 2017. Natural Resources Wales (NRW) listened to a wide range o(...)

Rory O’Flaherty (right), chairman Lough Lein Anglers presenting the Charity Cup to Noel Duane, winner of fly-fishing competition in Killarney

Stationed on the bridge overlooking the canal stretch alongside Ross Castle on Lough Lein in Killarney, Timothy O’Sullivan, “Timo” to his friends, be(...)

Sea angler Colm Plunkett, rescued from the sea thanks to his lifejacket, with his daughter Orlaith.

The RNLI is urging shore anglers to wear lifejackets which could buy them vital time should they end up in the water unexpectedly. In the past four ye(...)

Howth SAC president Terry Doyle (centre) presenting the master angler cups to Tom McAdam (left, boat winner) and Jason Perry (right, shore winner) at the annual awards presentation in Howth Angling Centre

Ice delayed the start of the final winter league competition last weekend at Annamoe Trout Fishery in Co Wicklow. As competitors arrived they were tre(...)