Banshee Tri-tip boat rod tames Irish Blue Sharks

Kevin Murphy of the Bellavista Hotel in Cobh and Jim Clohessy report on some excellent shark fishing at the moment…

It is not just the Dutch and German customers that are keen to tackle our blue sharks. Last weekend we had a party of Dublin based anglers that arrived to have some general fishing and also a day on the sharks, all done from our self-drive fleet. They were lucky with the conditions and although they did not travel to our normal area they still managed a respectable tally of decent sharks.

There is no doubt that we have had a superb year of shark fishing. Customers from all over Europe as well as all around the country have sampled the excellent Blue shark fishing off Cork this year, using some of the best sea fishing gear from UK suppliers.  The question remains though how long will the blues hang around for. We think we will be fishing for them well into November.

Stunning Blue Shark

Stunning Blue Shark

Normally the problem with fishing so late was the hassle of catching enough mackerel for rubby dubby. This is no problem for Bellavista customers – Kevin has a ready supply of frozen rubby dubby available. The frozen dubby takes the pain out of shark fishing and the results from using “Murphy’s Mush” are superb. Many customers are experiencing double figure numbers on their shark safari.

You can take advantage of the weather windows and get some shark fishing before the winter closes in – Contact: Kevin Murphy 086-6029168, www.bellavistahotel.ie

Blue Shark Des

An October Shark For Des

Report from http://fishinginireland.info/news/sea-reports