The Irish Federation of Pike Angling Clubs

INCIDENT REPORTING

This page has been set up to alert anglers to the relevant phone numbers and current legislation for the purpose of reporting incidences of illegal fish removal and suspected pollution incidents.

Irish Pike and Coarse Fishing Bye-Laws

              


Contact Details For the Central and Regional Fisheries Boards

  • The Central Fisheries Board
    Balnagowan,
    Mobhi Boreen,
    Glasnevin,
    Dublin 9
    Tel: 01 884 2600 Fax: 01 836 0060
    e-mail - info@cfb.ie
  • The Shannon Regional Fisheries Board
    Ashbourne Business Park
    Dock Road Limerick
    Tel: 061 300 238 Fax: 061 300 308
    e-mail - info@shannon-fishery-board.ie
    OR
    Tudenham Lodge,
    Mullingar,
    Co. Westmeath
    Email: matt@shannon-fishery-board.ie
    Tel: 044 48769 Fax: 044 44644
  • The Eastern Regional Fisheries Board
    15a Main Street
    Blackrock
    Co. Dublin
    Tel: 01 278 7022 Fax: 01 278 7025
    e-mail - info@erfb.ie
    OR
    Coarse fishing development centre
    Carrickmacross
    Tel: 042 9661178
  • The Western Regional Fisheries Board
    The Weir Lodge
    Earl's Island
    Galway
    Co. Galway
    Tel: 091 563118 Fax: 091 566335
    e-mail - info@wrfb.ie
  • The Southern Regional Fisheries Board
    Anglesea Street
    Clonmel
    Co. Tipperary
    Tel: 052 80055 Fax: 052 23971
    e-mail - enquiries@srfb.ie
  • The North Western Regional Fisheries Board Ardnaree House
    Abbey Street
    Ballina
    Co. Mayo
    Tel: 096 22788 Fax: 096 70543
    e-mail - info@nwrfb.com
  • The South Western Regional Fisheries Board
    1 Nevilles Terrace
    Masseytown
    Macroom
    Co. Cork
    Tel: 026 41221 Fax: 026 41223
    e-mail - swrfb@swrfb.ie
  • The Northern Regional Fisheries Board
    Station Road
    Ballyshannon
    Co. Donegal
    Tel: 072 51435 Fax: 072 51816
    e-mail - info@nrfb.ie
    OR
    Development and Pollution
    Corlesmore
    Co. Cavan
    Tel: 049 4337174

 

 

NOTE:

The map to the right shows the approximate boundarys of each of the Regional Fisheries Boards.

It is important that any illegal or suspected illegal fish killing or removal incidences and also any pollution incidences are reported to the relevant Regional Fisheries Board immediately. It would also be of great help if details were forwarded to IFPAC at ifpac@hotmail.com along with details of the board representative to whom the incident was reported. This would allow IFPAC to follow up in the interests of recording convictions, if any.

 

 

 

 

 

 







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