Dingle Peninsula – Deep Sea Fishing
This week I’m going to start in Dingle. Many people might think of fishing as a very boring pass time. However, fishing at sea is a different ‘kettle of fish’, if you’ll excuse the pun. So how about 2 hours of deep sea fishing in Dingle Bay, all rods and bait provided, out in the ocean surrounded by sea birds, watch gannets diving for fish, there’s a chance of seeing dolphins, including Fungi, and maybe the odd seal and splendid cliff scenery – and of course the almost certainty of catching mackerel, ling or pollack for your dinner. And all for just €25, €15 for children.
One of the really nice things about this trip is that at the end of it the skipper will fillet your catch for you. Then, if you drop it into John Benny’s or the Marina Inn and book a table for later that evening, they will serve your fish to you with chips and veg for just €10. That is amazing value!
As you know, Dingle attracts the very best of Ireland’s traditional musicians and both John Benny’s and the Marina Inn are renowned for great music sessions. What better way to end a great day!
For more information contact: Michael and Mary O’Neill at dinglebaycharters.com or call in to them at their shop at the marina.
Tel: 066 915 1344 / 087 672 6100