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Day ticket for 2 anglers plus Boat, Engine & Fuel

100.00

1. Life jackets must be worn.

2. If you are not competent in boat handling- take a ghillie.

3. Check weather and forecast before commencing fishing- weather conditions can change quickly on the lough.

4. Make sure you have a well charged mobile phone with you. In event of breakdown contact- Phil – 0044 7968155703, or

PJ Gilbride – 0862 399537

5. In event of emergency phone 999 or 112 (coastguard) – state nature of emergency and your location.

6. Any non-member taking out a boat must sign our boat hire sheet.

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A day ticket with boat, engine & fuel also includes a permit for a guest rod as well, enabling two anglers to share the cost. A great value ticket for two!

Lough Melvin is a large lough and becomes dangerous in high winds; it has reefs and rocky shoals which are hazardous even on a calm day. When intending to use a boat anglers should notify someone about where they are fishing and what time they are due to return. It is essential to be familiar with boat handling on large loughs and be capable of rowing the boat in case of engine failure.

Anglers should wear suitable protective waterproof clothing fishing from a boat. Suitable and appropriate footwear should be worn at all times. When fly fishing, the angler should wear a protective set of sunglasses or safety glasses for eye protection and a hat.

Check the weather forecast for gale force winds or thunder & lightening. Do not forget your rod usually contains a lot of carbon fibre which acts as a lightening conductor.

When using a syndicate boat and engine please ensure to check the fuel level to ensure that you have sufficient fuel before setting out. If necessary, ask the water keeper to refill the tank. Under NO circumstances should you add your own fuel, nor try to refill yourself using the syndicate fuel supplies.

General Rules & Regulations

Safety Regulations

1. Life jackets must be worn.

2. If you are not competent in boat handling- take a ghillie.

3. Check weather and forecast before commencing fishing- weather conditions can change quickly on the lough.

4. Make sure you have a well charged mobile phone with you. In event of breakdown contact- Phil – 0044 7968155703 or  PJ Gilbride +0862 399537

5. In event of emergency phone 999 or 112 (coastguard) – state nature of emergency and your location.

6. Any non-member taking out a boat must sign our boat hire sheet.

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