cheers guys well cris i am going to downhill beach and then over to portrush to fish the blue pool over there and also visit some relations over there
hi rob hows u m8 a the shannon is good fishing i use to do alot of fresh water fishing yrs ago and fished in ireland alot but good luck to you all on the fishing when u get there
it will be a bit early for the beaches here at that time of year ,better sticking to the rock marks around portrush and portstewart.blue pool and ramore head later can be fished during daylight as can the rocks at portstewert but the blue pool is better fished at night from low water up.you can get bait in portrush as there are two tackle shops there.DONT GO onto ramore head if there is a big swell as it can be very dangerous.cheers john
hi beachcaster thanks for the info were only coming for the day should get there about 9am and will be returning about 7pm but just 1 question i have been to the pier at port rush before but were is this blue pool any pic on it and is there a pier at port stewart
the blue pool ,go up the main street in portrush after you pass the amusements on the left about another 50 yards turn left there will be a church set back of the road on your left,go to the bottom of the street and turn left again 20 yards on the right is the blue pool .park there and there willl be a big house beside the sea the rocks at the back of it and to your left are all part of the blue pool.portstewart has a small harbour but its the rocks behind the nunery i am talking about fairly deep water close in.go through portstewart as if heading to coleraine ,you will come along the sea front to your right you will see the nunnery as you come to the end of the prom going up a small hill,you will be on a small roundabout turn right go out that road about 200 yards there is a lay by park there go down the steps and follow the path to the rocks behind the nunnery,it can be very snaggy in places but most of it is clean sand and deep water.