I could see them bringing the boat home in sections .Yes we all like to fish, but this is far greater and more important than any fishing, ,THERE ARE PEOPLE DYING..When this is all over we will all be back on the Corrib again ,The trout will be bigger..And from what I hear anglers wanting to put boats in at Greenfields were turned away..
In distance. Not in the non-essential activity they insist on practicing, in spite of the rules.I think there's a big difference between anglers travelling with their boats to fish the lakes and those who actually live adjacent to the lakes, well within the 2km limit.
Fishing is allowed under the guidelines in Ireland from what I’ve read, as long as it’s within 2km of your home. Can’t see it being anymore dangerous than cycling on the country roads. The way tractors and lorries fly around corners I’d feel safer up to my waist in water than I would cycling.In distance. Not in the non-essential activity they insist on practicing, in spite of the rules.
It's hard keeping up these days, everyone running around in different directions, screaming yes but, no but, yes but, looks like the whole world turned into a lunatic asylum. If we're a herd in need of herd immunity we better act as one and not as a bunch of lemmings. Or headless chickens, for that matter.I see you suddenly realised that the thread is about Ireland and not the UK. Well spotted.