Coarse Fishing

Coarse Fishing

  • Coarse Fishing Accessories
  • Coarse Fishing Bait
  • Coarse Fishing Barrows and Trolleys
  • Coarse Fishing Bungs
  • Coarse Fishing Bushes
  • Coarse Fishing Catapults
  • Coarse Fishing Clothing
  • Coarse Fishing Combination Rods
  • Coarse Fishing Connectors
  • Coarse Fishing Elastics
  • Coarse Fishing Feeder Rods
  • Coarse Fishing Fishing Chairs
  • Coarse Fishing Fishing Poles
  • Coarse Fishing Float Rods
  • Coarse Fishing Keepnets
  • Coarse Fishing Landing Net Handles
  • Coarse Fishing Landing Nets
  • Coarse Fishing Luggage
  • Coarse Fishing Net Sets
  • Coarse Fishing Nets and Fish Handling
  • Coarse Fishing Pole Accessories
  • Coarse Fishing Pole Care
  • Coarse Fishing Pole Elastication
  • Coarse Fishing Pole Pots
  • Coarse Fishing Pole Rollers
  • Coarse Fishing Pole Roosts
  • Coarse Fishing Reels
  • Coarse Fishing Rod Rests and Pods Direct
  • Coarse Fishing Rods
  • Coarse Fishing Scales
  • Coarse Fishing Seat Box Accessories Direct
  • Coarse Fishing Seat Boxes
  • Coarse Fishing Super Sets
  • Coarse Fishing Terminal
  • Coarse Fishing Umbrellas
  • Coarse Fishing Whips

Coarse Fishing in Ireland

The Central Fisheries Board recently established a Coarse Fish Policy Review Group, which will be chaired by Dr Joe Caffrey, senior research officer with the CFB. Dr Caffrey says one of the issues discussed in this review will be the killing of fish.

“There is no legislation governing the removal of coarse fish from our waters. We have never had a tradition of removing fish, but Eastern European countries do eat these fish. What we would like would be a total catch and release policy.”

This issue is starting to affect tourism, as some visiting anglers are very turned off by the coarse fish removal. “The English in particular are the biggest group of coarse anglers who come to Ireland, and anglers don’t like seeing fish being taken from the waters. Without question it is damaging our tourism industry.”