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Topic Review (Newest First)
01-11-2001 08:13 AM
Mylo
Irish Salmon Catch Statisics for 2000

Apologies for posting this twice in the Forum, but I thought it was a cross interest topic...

For all those who enjoy salmon angling or have an interest in how they are getting on, the Central Fisheries Board has published the Irish salmon catch statistics for 2000 on its website in the following location:

<a href="http://www.cfb.ie/press.htm" target="_blank"><!--auto-->http://www.cfb.ie/press.htm</a><!--auto-->

and with full tables

<a href="http://www.cfb.ie/sal2000.htm" target="_blank"><!--auto-->http://www.cfb.ie/sal2000.htm</a><!--auto-->

Comprehensive data on numbers of fish and weight by rod, drift, draft and snap net included.

Myles Kelly

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