Fly Fishing in Ireland: A Celebration in Words and Photographs by John Bailey
From the deep, dark western lakes to the gravel-bed rivers of the south-east, Fly Fishing in Ireland covers the full range of angling possibilities. Organised on a seasonal basis, it covers the mayfly hatch on Lough Mask in the spring, sea trout at Lough Currane in summer, the autumn salmon run on the Blackwater, fly fishing for pike in the winter and many other topics. Magnificently illustrated with the author's own outstanding photographs, the book also provides technical tips for fishing in the various locations mentioned.
This book is a warm invitation to sample the delights of what is probably today's leading European country for truly wild fishing. The book is an enticing mixture of anecdote, history, experience and in-depth information on all aspects of fly fishing in Ireland. Stunning full-page and double-page spreads bring the landscape to life and provide the background for a text that is entertaining and informative.