Fishing & Travel

Ireland

Being a fly-fishing guide in Auvergne, I embarked on a family trip, from 19 to 29 August, to the north-west of the Republic of Ireland, on the Northern Ireland border.

This discovery trip was mainly spent in the county of Donegal and around the bay bearing the same name, as well as in the counties of Fermanagh and Tyrone (Strabane). The destination is home to a large variety of fish waiting to be caught, including the most popular: salmon, pike, brown trout and also pollock along the coast… It was with a vision of an “Irish Grand Slam” on the fly in mind that I arrived in Belleek, after collecting the keys to our cottage in a pub where I got to experience the fabulous Irish welcome first-hand: sharing

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