Ray tagging in Tralee Bay

| June 12, 2014

Undulate RayThe first ever tag a ray in Tralee Bay took place this weekend from Fenit, Ireland. The Westend bar and restaurant was the headquarters for the weekend. Anglers met up in the Westend bar early Saturday morning to register for the weekend and talk tactics.

The main reason for the weekend was to find out more about the amazing fish that travel to Tralee Bay every year to breed and have their young. We were also taking samples from the Undulate ray for Eric Stepan who works for the Association PourI’Etude et la Conservation des Selaciens in France. Eric is convinced that the Undulate ray in Tralee Bay are a unique breed of ray and one of the rarest ray species in the World.

For details of deach days catch and some amazing photos please visit the website.

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