FISHING | Eamonn becomes the first man to land four fly-fishing titles in one year

Eamonn Conway pictured with his haul of national and provincial trophies

Dundalk man Eamonn Conway has become the first fly fisher in the country to secure four main titles in one year.

Over the last 12 months Eamonn has been victorious in competitions held by the two main organisations in Ireland for fly fishing.

He secured provincial and national titles in the TAFI (Trout Angling Federation of Ireland) and ITFFA (Irish Trout Fly Fishing Association) Championships.

As well as taking home the trophies, Eamonn has also secured a place on the Ireland team for the upcoming IFFA championship tournament in Wales and will also represent his country at the World Championships in 2018.

Eamonn is a member of the Dundalk and District Brown Trout Anglers Association who are always open to new members who want to take up the sport.

You can get more information on the club at their website

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