|Author:||Robert Edward Moss|
|Title:||A Guide to Shore Angling on the Dingle Peninsula|
|Format:||azw doc lrf txt|
|ePUB size:||1546 kb|
|FB2 size:||1544 kb|
|DJVU size:||1598 kb|
|Category:||Hunting and Fishing|
|Publisher:||Bob Moss (March 16, 2001)|
The book covers from Tralee to Inch in an anticlockwise journey. Watch yourself here, as the first paragraph allows you to gently set foot on the Dingle Peninsula in comfort, and accompany Bob on an angling tour that’ll make you want to grab your gear, get over there now ? on the ferry/whatever and face the consequences when you get back ? to reality . An essential piece of kit for anyone intending to fish the Dingle Peninsula. Copies of Guide To Shore Angling On The Dingle Peninsula can be obtained direct from
Bob Moss lives in Ballydavid and is an avid surf and shore angler with numerous specimen fish awards to his name. He has been fishing the length and breadth of the Dingle Peninsula for well over 30 years. I purchased Bob's first book, "A Guide to Shore Angling on the Dingle Peninsula", about 3 years ago and its payed for itself numerous times over
Home All Categories A Guide to Shore Angling on the Dingle Peninsula. ISBN13: 9780954046637. A Guide to Shore Angling on the Dingle Peninsula.
The spectacular Dingle Peninsula in southwest Ireland extends westward into the Atlantic from Tralee to Slea H. ISBN10 : 1848892330, ISBN13 : 9781848892330. Page Number : 128. Read Online Download Full. The Book Of Coniston. William Gershom Collingwood. BoD – Books on Demand. Reproduction of the original: The Book of Coniston by William Gershom Collingwood. ISBN10 : 9783734040153, ISBN13 : 3734040159. Page Number : 224.
The Dingle Peninsula’s stunning beaches are ideal for surfing, strolling and swimming. There are many stretches of smooth sand and rocky shore to choose from – some ideal for swimming and surfing, others better for strolling, picnics and exploring the dunes. Here are some of the most beautiful and family friendly. 8. Inch is one of the most popular beaches on the peninsula. A long sand spit stretching into the sea between Dingle Harbour and Castlemaine Harbour, it’s popular with surfers and swimmers alike. One of Ireland’s Blue Flag beaches (compliant with European standards for bathing water), it also has lifeguards in the summer months, making it a choice spot for.
The Dingle Peninsula juts out from the mainland, north of Kerry and to the west of Tralee, stretches out into the North Atlantic ocean. The peninsula’s namesake, Dingle, is a small coastal town situated halfway along the peninsula. I could write a couple of thousand words explaining why you should visit Dingle and what you should expect but I think I would rather show you