Skip to content. Map showing bream, roach, perch, tench and rudd fisheries in Northern Ireland. DAERA coarse rod licence holders can fish the following DAERA coarse waters for freshwater fish species except salmon, brown trout and rainbow trout by rod and line or hand line:. Fish these waters with a coarse rod licence. Share this page. We will not reply to your feedback.
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I say safety, but in reality, no specimens are a certainty! June heralds the arrival of the Tench season in the North, lagging behind the warmer climate of Southern Ireland and border lakes. Personally speaking, as this is my favourite fresh water species, there is no better fish to target at this time of year.
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Record 8lb 15oz taken on Tench have a rotund body shape, with large pelvic fins, a small dorsal fin and thick, muscular tail. The under-belly is light in colour and can be a variety of colours from deep yellow and orange to pale cream. The flanks are deep olive green, or sometimes green-bronze. The eyes are small and bright orange-red in colour. The scales are extremely small and the skin is smooth to touch. The pelvic fins in adult males are thick and spoon-shaped. There are two small barbules either side of the mouth. Tench were once limited to warmer areas south of the border but are now widespread throughout Ireland.