Having represented Ireland in both fresh-water and salt-water World Championships, Terry now spends every opportunity targeting specimen fish throughout Ireland and off-shore. He has obtained over two hundred and fifty ratified specimen fish certificates and holds three Irish Records.
With over forty years of angling experience, Terry is qualified as a game angling instructor, and game and sea angling coach. He is also a consultant in Ireland for Pure Fishing, the world’s leading tackle company, and regularly field tests new equipment each year. Terry also works closely with Inland Fisheries Ireland regarding fish studies, surveys and shark and ray tagging.
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