The RTE Sport website has compiled a list of the top 10 fish catches in Ireland and Northern Ireland for the 2016 season.
The fish that make up the top ten is comprised of bluefin tuna, salmon, and the white-sided king mackerel.
The fish stocks are so far showing signs of recovery and the fish are a key source of income for the fishing industry in the region.
The first catch of the season was made on Sunday night when an 80-year-old woman caught the fish at her home in Louth.
The catch was made from a pair of black king mackes.
This was the second catch in less than a month and it comes as the fisheries minister announced the recovery of the region’s king mackelle in recent weeks.
The catch of king mackese is the first of the summer, but is not yet a record.
King mackels are a favourite for the fisherman in the south-east of Ireland, where the fish is prized for its ability to grow quickly and produce great quality forage.
It is also the only Atlantic fish that is able to grow in the warmer waters of the south.
It is believed that the catch of King mackeles is the fastest on record and that the catches are often made when there is a lack of fish in the catch, or when there are no other fish to catch.
The fishing industry is still reeling from the death of the king mackie.
The mackelles were one of the largest fish to have been caught in Ireland since the early 19th century, with more than 1,000 caught and a total catch of 2,800.
The King Mackele has a large mouth and a wide body, and is also known as a “mule”.
It has a long, strong, and narrow body with large scales and a strong hook.
It can be caught from a depth of 10m to 25m, and its maximum weight is 200kg.
The king mackey is the largest Atlantic fish and the most valuable in the world.