Monday 30 August 2010

Conditions tough for fly and lure

Conditions during last week remained very tough and unsettled on the Wexford coast. Winds veered westerly to North easterly and Northerly with a mid week blow from the south west. Some fish were to be had but again the fishery didnt perform at its normal late August potential.

This is what you often have to accept as a bass angler - regardless of many things, the significant impact the weather plays on the fishery and your abiity to fish 'through' and adapt to that impact is vital. Fine tuning your fishing and your expectations when its tough doesnt mean its impossible to catch fish - its just more difficult.
Out of that difficulty comes a greater reward.

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