Monday 18 November 2013

Take them when you can

There has been a significantly likelihood of catching bass on the more southern coasts as of late. This likelihood is as ‘equal’, even if a little more timing is involved, as any time previous up to when the season began last April.

There is stability in the system somewhat and this may increase over the next ten days (wed is tough) as Ireland will sit in some high pressure. At least we can be a little optimistic if this happens but keep your weather eye on things all the way through this week. By paying a little attention to the daily indications and then the subsequent impact this may have on the the period from the 29th, you never know – don’t put away the gear just yet!

They are out there, not many, but some, and they are likely to stay for a while if it pans out!

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