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Pisces II: Sea Angling & Sightseeing on Carlingford Lough

25 Ballynahatten Road, Kilkeel, County Down, BT34 4LG
Pisces II: Sea Angling & Sightseeing on Carlingford Lough

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Daily trips departing from Greencastle and Carlingford on Pisces II, which is a modern, fully licensed vessel with capacity for twelve passengers.

Fully qualified keen fisherman skipper – featured recently on Sky TV “Hooked on Fishing”.

Contact: Peyton Cunningham

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