Club Information

COVID – 19

Coronavirus notice – Level 5 Measures. Updated 27/01/21

Inland Fisheries Ireland statement on COVID-19

The Government has extended the Covid-19 Level 5 restrictions until 05 March 2021. Travel restrictions mean anglers must stay within 5km of their home. Non-essential business is not permitted.

Navigation

Due to shifting sand banks you are advised to navigate with great caution from The Quay to Bartra Island. Always check your tides before departing. Seek local knowledge for latest information.

Water Safety

Respect the WaterLIFE-JACKETS WILL NOT SAVE YOUR BOAT
BUT THEY WILL KEEP YOU AFLOAT!

Check your life-jackets now before going on the water.

Always ensure children are wearing the correct size life-jackets or buoyancy aids.

Code of Practice for the safe operation of recreational craft

Download Code of Practice for the safe operation of recreational craftThis booklet contains essential safety information on the operation of recreational craft.

Get Adobe Reader Download the Recreational Craft Code in PDF format

Safety Boats

The Club has 2 Safety Boats available for use by Members Only.

  • Users must be at least 12 years old
  • All users should familiarise themselves with use of the engine
  • Safety Boats are not to be used for owing
  • Return Safety Boats promptly to the jetty

Planned Events

Various events are organised throughout the season.  All members will be notified by posting on the website, email and text message.

Bartra Island

Please observe the club’s anti-litter and clean coast policy in relation to the use of the Moy and Bartra Island.

Please only leave your footprints behind when departing the island.

Moy Fisheries Draft Netting Wild Atlantic Salmon.

This Practice continued until the early 1990s.

Wild Atlantic Way

The Quay at Ballina has been designated one of the Wild Atlantic Way Discovery Points.