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14 July 2011

Editor: Paul Bourke, Angling Information Officer
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Salmon Angling Update

Boyne salmon to 20lb but anglers need more rain

Despite a slight rise in water levels the Boyne is still in need of rain. Some salmon have moved into the system and occasional fish have been observed moving downstream on the estuary. Not many but sizable fish. An 18 pounder was landed at Laws fishery on Monday and the same angler got a nice 12 pounder at Oldbridge earlier on that day too. Circa 10 fish have been caught over the past week of which five have been reported to be well into double figures. Best fish was reported to be circa 20lbs.

Not many salmon are moving through the counter at Blackcastle at the moment, just 9 for the past 7 days compared with 22 salmon recorded through the counter during the last week of June.

Some sea trout are beginning to appear throughout the Boyne from Oldbridge to Navan. Sea-trout have been recorded as far upstream as Navan with a number of fish being taken in the Dunmoe area. Sea trout fishing has been reported as good at Slane and Oldbridge. There have been plenty of anglers fishing for sea trout at Mornington.

Sea trout continue to be taken on the Boyne estuary and along the Louth and Meath coastline. 
David Byrne
IFI – Blackrock
Creevy Lake Office

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Fishing conditions excellent for salmon and sea trout on the Fane

Photo: John Boyle from Crossmaglen had a lovely fish of 9.25 lbs from the Fane last Thursday

On the River Fane, Bernard Devenney of the Dundalk Salmon Anglers reports that fishing conditions are excellent at present for sea-trout angling on the Fane. Since the arrival of rain a week ago, sea-trout have been making their way upstream and good sport has been had by a number of club members. David Crawley and Brendan Rice both from Dundalk had some fine catches and sea-trout up to to 3.5 lb have been caught. At the annual sea-trout competition last Sunday 10th July seventeen sea-trout were weighed in. Samples of scales were taken from all fish and are being forwarded for analysis as part of the Inter Reg Celtic Sea-trout survey. The winning fish was caught by Kevin McNally, Dundalk and weighed 1.25 lbs. With the main run expected to begin with the high tides this coming weekend there should be good fishing during the next few weeks. There are some good salmon in the river at the moment. John Boyle from Crossmaglen had a lovely fish of 9.25 lbs on last Thursday.

Photo: Kevin McNally, Winner of the annual sea trout competition on the Fane

The water quality in the Fane is excellent and there is an exceptionally large stock of Salmon Parr (3") which augers well for future years.

Over 300 hours work was contributed by members on the river during the Spring and the river banks and approaches are in great condition.

The Dundalk Salmon Anglers Association welcomes new members &  visitors to their fisheries. Day Tickets cost €15 per day right through the season until 12th. October
Last year approx.300 Salmon were caught on the Fane with about 30% being  catch & release 

Day tickets to fish the Associations fisheries are available from:

David Byrne
IFI – Blackrock
Creevy Lake Office

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Sea trout running in the Castletown River

Matt Campbell reports that water levels on the Castletown river are up. Small sea trout have started to run the Castletown River in Dundalk in large numbers. A small number of sea trout weighing around 1.25lb have been caught over the last few days following last weeks flood.
David Byrne
IFI – Blackrock
Creevy Lake Office

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Excellent sea trout fishing on the Slaney

Sea trout
Photo: A 39cm sea trout from the Slaney

Good numbers of sea trout are still being caught on the Slaney with the middle to upper reaches of the river now holding the best stock of fish. The average catch per angler per evening seems to be between 3 and 5 fish with some good fish up to 2 pounds being landed. The best time seems to be between 10 – 11.30 pm when sport can be frantic. The main run of trout seems to have run now and fishing will probably slow down within a week to 10 days.

This will be my last reminder to all Sea Trout Anglers to to participate in the Project by taking scale samples and sending them to Dr. Willie Roche in Inland Fisheries Ireland that there is information on how to get involved in the annual news letter which can be seen by logging onto
David Dobbs
Slaney River Trust

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Great salmon fishing on the Suir in recent days

Photo: One of 10 salmon caught by anglers with Philip Maher on Wednesday

13/07/11: Anglers fishing with Philip Maher enjoyed great fishing in recent days on the Suir. 10 fish were caught and released by 4 anglers. Some video of fish being released is avalable on his website.
Philip Maher
Touraneena, Ballinamult, Clonmel, Co.Tipperary, Ireland
Tel: + 353 (0)58 47524 Mob: + 353 (0)87 8399345
Web: Email:

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Good salmon fishing on the Munster Blackwater

We caught a total of 61 salmon & grilse for June. This was the best total for the month since 2005.  The size of the fish was much bigger than normal.  Of these, only 15 were under 5 lb., averaging 3.4 lb.  29 were in the 5-10 lb. class, averaging 6.7 lb. and 17 were above 10 lb. - averaging 11.1 lb.  On June 25th, we had the biggest flood of the season. As this flood fined off, we had some of the best fishing we have had so far this year, with 21 fish to 10lb. caught for the last four days of the month with few rods fishing.

Ian & Glenda Powell
Blackwater Lodge & Salmon Fishery
Upper Ballyduff, Co. Waterford.
Tel: 00 353 58 60235     From UK: 0871 474 0135  (10p/min any time!)
Mobile: 00 353 87 235 21 20
E-mail: Website:

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Some very good salmon fishing on many river systems in the Cork Kerry area


4 salmon landed for the week.


1 salmon reported for the week.


1 salmon caught on Beat 2 of the Laune weighing 6 lb.


As of Monday 11thJuly water now down below 2 feet on the gauge at Johnston's having been well up for the last week. Despite the lovely water during the week the fishing was not good with only a few grilse reported, it should have been better.There were exceptions, Keith Dennehy had a fine fish of 16 lb. from Clifford’s on his own tying of the Garry Dog.   I had a lovely fish of 11 lb. also on the fly (Curry’s Gold Shrimp / Peter O’Reilly) from Beat 3 on Friday evening.There were a total of 6 fish reported for the week.      
Billy Downes, Secretary, Laune Salmon and Trout Anglers' Association.


On Monday the 4th of July and Tuesday the 5thof July, Paul Hanley, Cork, caught and released 9 fish weighing between 4 lb. and 8 lb. On Wednesday the 6thof July Bobby Flynn, Cork, caught and returned a fish weighing 4 lb.  On Friday the 8thof July, Anthony O’ Reilly, Cork, caught and released 2 fish weighing 4.5 lb. and 5.25 lb.


15 fish reported on the rest of the River Lee system averaging 6 lb.


22 salmon were caught on the Bandon River weighing between 5 lb. and 17lb.


7 salmon landed for the week.  Biggest weighing 11 lb. landed on a Flying C by a local angler


Approximately 38 salmon landed for the week, averaging 7 lb. each, mostly landed on the Flying C and worms, mainly by local anglers
Eileen Carroll
Inland Fisheries Ireland – Macroom

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Good sea trout fishing continues on Lough Currane

From Eureka Lodge, Caherdaniel, angling guide Vincent Appleby reports on the past week’s fishing trends on the LOUGH CURRANE system:

8/7/11 I start with catch of the day, and that goes to 10 year old Master Cody O’Neil who caught 2 Juniors on the troll with his Father, staying with the Sea Trout, the James Brother’s from Boston Massachusetts USA, fishing with their ghillie Mr. Tom O’Shea caught 2 Juniors and finished their day off with a fine Sea Trout in the 2 lb. class all caught on the troll, now we cut across to the south side of the Lake and to the hired out boat department of Mr Gareth O’Hare and Mr. Philip McBride caught 4 Sea Trout on the drift. Amount of rainfall 0.9mm, max air temperature 12.2°C.
9/7/11 Straight to the C&R department, Mr. John Baller of the UK and fishing out of caught 7lbs Salmon on the troll and finished his day off with a 2 lb. Sea Trout and 1 Junior, fishing with his ghillie Mr. Neil O’Shea and of staying with the mixed bag, Mr. Gerry O’Sullivan of Cork caught a Grilse in the 4 lb. class on the troll, and finished his day off with 3 Sea trout ranging from 2 lb. down to 1 ¾ lb., caught on the drift, now to the total Sea Trout department, Mr. Shane Fanning and Mr. Eamon Nelligan, caught 5 Juniors, which were all returned. Mr. Daniel Dinger Murphy of Cork, caught a nice basket of Sea Trout on the drift, fishing in a hired out boat from and in the hired out boat department of Mr. Dara Tracey, caught 2 Sea trout ranging from Junior class up to 2.5 lb. all caught on the fly, Wind NW light with reasonable cloud cover at times, max air temperature 16.8°C. Now for some late news, I talking to Rick a Dutch Angler, and he was telling me that he caught a Sea Trout of 3 lb. 2 weeks ago.
10/7/11 In the fly department, Mr. Dara Tracey, fishing out of www.lakelandshouse.comwas in excellent form again with a fine Grilse and followed by 3 Sea Trout in the junior class. Mr. Roger Wilcox of the UK caught a fine 2 lb. Sea Trout on the fly in Copal, and his fishing partner Allison, caught 3 Brown Trout on the fly and finished her day off with a 1.5 lb. Sea Trout caught on the troll, fishing with their Gillie Mr. Vincent Appleby and of www.salmonandseatrout.comMr. Pat Healy caught 2 Juniors on the troll also in Copal, Mr. Neil O’Shea of www.oshealoughcurrane.comreported to me that there were only losses in the Salmon department, but one angler said to Neil that he had caught one. Wind NW light to calm and overcast for most of the day.
11/7/11 As JFK would say, its not what the WFDG can do for you its what you can do for the WFDG.
WFDG will be holding its annual C&R competition on the 12 and 13 of August and if you would like to enter this competition and have a chance of winning 19 foot Fiberglas Boat. To book your
place contact Kevin O'Sullivan
Tel: 0876889775
All anglers failed miserably to catch my Noble Game fish, mind you to be fair the elements were not in favour of we Anglers, with little to no wind, and what wind was there was coming from NNW light to calm.
12/7/11Straight to the Salmon department, Mr. John Baller of the UK and fishing out of caught a 5lbs Grilse on the troll with his Gillie Mr. Neil O’Shea and and in the Sea trout department well my sentiments are the same as yesterday. Wind N then veered SW and veered back in to the WNW bright and sunny all day.    
13/7/11 Again the weather dictated The Salmon and Sea Trout results, and with bright sunshine and a slack Westerly wind, you can understand why my Noble Game Fish were in a lethargic mood but some anglers did see there rod bend, Mr. Pat Healy caught a fine 2lbs Sea Trout on the troll on the south side, Mr. Roger Wilcox and Alison Young of the UK fishing with their Gillie Mr. Vincent Appleby and of  caught a fine 1.5 lbs Brown Trout which I might add was put back to fight another day, and staying with the Sea Trout, there were only reports of the odd Junior being caught.

That is your ration for this week, from your Gillie/Guide and the Waterville fishery. No Spin No Fly’s just facts

That is all the news from your gillie and the Waterville fishery. No Spin No Fly’s just Facts.
Vincent Appleby
Angling Guide and Accommodation
Eureka Lodge, Caherdaniel
Email: Web:

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83 salmon caught at the Galway Fishery including 18lber

Photo: Simon Lenihan, a local angler, who took a cracking 18lbs fish on fly last Friday

Water levels remained perfect this week for flyfishing, with just one gate open on the weir. There were 83 salmon landed, with good runs of fish all week, many running straight through and on up into Corrib. I know a lot of salmon are showing up in the tributary rivers too, so salmon fishing in Galway has been very good everywhere this week.

The best salmon of the year so far was landed by Simon Lenihan, a local angler, who took a cracking 18lbs fish on fly last Friday. The fish took a Hairy Mary fly, and was landed in about 20 minutes after a great fight. Simon also landed 3 grilse on fly, not a bad return for his morning session.

Mark Kirwan from Clane, Co. Kildare landed his first salmon on a fly, a nice grilse of 4.5lbs, while Kenny Hill, visiting from Vancouver Island, took a 4.5lbs fish on shrimp – his first ever Atlantic salmon.

Peter Butler from the UK landed 2 grilse on sly and shrimp, while there were also doubles for Marc de Veletian (France), Gerry Dooley (Dublin, Ashley Matthews (Clifden) and Paul Gallagher (Donegal). Nigel Moynihan from Kildare landed 3 grilse to 6lbs on fly and shrimp, while Peter Bacon from Wexford took 2 grilse on fly, as did Frank O’Hara from Laois. Wolfram Hoppe from Germany landed 4 grilse on fly, while Erriff fishery manager Jim Stafford landed 3 grilse, also on fly, as did local angler John Anderson. Noel McManamon from Kildare took 2 grilse on shrimp.

The Galway Fishery is enjoying a great run of grilse at the moment, and with settled water levels it should continue to fish very well over the coming week.
Kevin Crowley
IFI-Galway .

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19 lb 7 oz salmon on fly at Delphi, biggest in 25 years

Photo: Urs Leibundgut landed another massive fish, this time a salmon of 19lbs 7oz

David McEvoy at Delphi Lodge has some great fishing to report, including two of the heaviest salmon for many years. Mark Corps, angling advisor with IFI, landed a magnificent 18lbs 10oz salmon last week, the heaviest salmon landed at Delphi since 1986. However, this mark didn’t last for long, as yesterday Urs Leibundgut landed another massive fish, this time a salmon of 19lbs 7oz! The killer fly was indeed rather unusual. It was a tungsten beaded nymph tied on a size 10 single with hair from his neighbour’s cat in Zurich. The fly is aptly called the “Neighbours Cat” - I’m reliably told by Urs that there is a patent on the fly and the cat!

This fish now replaces Nigel Saxby-Soffe’s fish of 19lbs 1oz on 26th August 1986 as the biggest of the modern era. As far as I’m aware the biggest before that was a 21lbs fish.

Elsewhere, German angling journalist Andrea Beerlage landed his first salmon on the fly, a beautiful 5lbs12.5ozs sea liced fish from the Whin Pool on a Cascade. Werner Fasching had a sea-liced fish of 4lbs 1oz on a Cascade.
Giovanni Mazzoleni also had one off the Turn Pool of 3lbs12oz on a Shrimp fly.
On the 9th John Casey from Clifden landed two fish, both sea-liced, the first in the Rock Pool of 3lbs 11oz on an Executioner, the second in the Grilse Pool of 7lbs 8oz on a Silver Doctor. Ted Maxted, who is well into his 80’s, had a 3lbs 8oz fish in Cooleens on a Yellow Shrimp.

To book fishing or accommodation at Delphi, contact Delphi Lodge at +353 (0)95 42222, or check for details.
D McEvoy
Delphi Fishery
Delphi Lodge, Leenane, Co. Galway.
Tel: +353 (0)95-42222 Fax +353-95-42296

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Good numbers of salmon and sea trout in Lough Inagh

Photo: Paul Cran fished with Ulrich Treusch and landed a grilse of 6lbs

Fishery manager Colin Folan reports from Lough Inagh:
The weather has proved difficult for anglers this week. Most of the days were calm with sunny spells, however 18 hours of rain last Tuesday brought levels up to a good level. A lot of fresh grilse and some very large salmon are entering the lough.  6 Grilse and 16 sea trout were landed for the week. Patrick Molloy (Dublin) had a 7.25lbs fresh grilse from the Derryclare Butts on a size 12 Blue Mirage. Paul Cran fished The Derryclare Butts and landed a grilse of 6lbs.  Although the sea trout fishing has not been great, the fish caught this week were belters. Tom O Brien had a 3-pounder from Lough Inagh, as did Paddy Walsh.  Kevin Crowley (IFI)  had a 3lbs brown trout and a 2lbs sea trout from Greenpoint on a dry sedge. Prospects look good for the coming week or so.

To book fishing or accommodation, call Lough Inagh Lodge Hotel at 095 34706 or check their website at  

Kevin Crowley
IFI-Galway .

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Ballynahinch grilse run underway but much more to come

Fishery manager Simon Ashe reports on fishing at Ballynahinch Castle:
The good summer fishing continues at Ballynahinch Castle with steady numbers of fish running the river on every high tide. Judging from fishing reports countrywide the grilse are as late as they have ever been in recent years. Our run has certainly started but has yet to peak. It would seem that they are definitely two weeks later than last year and certainly five weeks later than a decade ago. This recent trend tends to concentrate the grilse run at Ballynahinch into a six week period rather than a steady stream of fish arriving throughout the summer.
The weather today is beautifully sunny making fishing a bit more challenging, however, the water is at a perfect level.  With a week of fairly unsettled weather forecast, the prospects could not be better.

26 salmon have been landed so far this summer, and we have caught fish every day this past week. Regular anglers Nicky and Derek Strauss have been leading the charge with 3 fish from Sna Beg, Beat 1 and Beat 2. All of these fish were fresh and between 5 and 6.5lbs. The Killeen family have also been having a fabulous year at Ballynahinch. Conor Killeen has 3 fish in the book whilst his two sons, Leo and Tomás, landed their first ever salmon in the past week, both from Beat 1. Ann Corcoran, Stephen Cullinane, Colm Murphy and David Browne have also taken fresh grilse.
Most of the sea trout have moved up through the system at this stage and the best fishing for them is late in the evening around the hotel. Nick Ashe, whilst fishing for sea trout last Friday evening, landed a 3.75lbs brown trout from the mouth of the river above the footbridge. Such large fish are a rarity from this part of the catchment; however, we seem to be getting more of them this year. Scale readings will give us a better indication of the age of this fish and whether it ever spent any time at sea.
Fishing beats are busily getting booked up for the rest of the season.  There are fantastic fishing and accommodation special offers on the website (  For those who are interested in reserving fishing please contact fishery manager, Simon Ashe ( or the hotel reception on +353 95 31006.
Kevin Crowley
IFI-Galway .

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Salmon fishing improves on Erriff following floods

Fishery manager Jim Stafford reports from the River Erriff that water levels have dropped now after the big floods of last week. Fishing was very good during the higher water, and unsettled weather should bring about good conditions again this weekend.
Markus Muller caught a sea-liced grilse of 5lbs in the Pool on a Black Shrimp fly.  David Gaffney caught 3 grilse in the Coronation Pool on Shrimp Fly. Mr. J. Holden, Dublin  had 3 grilse taken on Cascades,  all from Beat 9.  Sea trout in good condition were also caught.
Michael Vincent, Athy caught a 9.5lbs fish at Altamont’s Dam on Beat 6 on a Black Shrimp. Thomas Dolan, all the way from the USA and fishing the Erriff for the first time, reported one of the best days salmon fishing in his life, hooking 4 salmon and 2 sea trout on Beat 6 and landing 2 salmon and sea trout which he sportingly released. Ian Keating from Partry, Ballinrobe caught and returned 2 fish, one of 8lbs taken in the Cottage Pool, and a 10lbs hen fish in King’s Pool on Beat 4. Both were taken on Cascades. Ian also had a fresh grilse in the Coronation Pool on a Cascade.
The Fishery hosted the Erriff & District Anglers for an outing on Sunday last, and local angler Peter Coyne landed 2 grilse off Beat 9. Brian Graham also landed his first ever salmon, again off Beat 9.
With rain forecast this weekend and great runs of fish at the moment, fishing prospects here are very good for the coming week.
To book fishing or accommodation, contact Jim at Aasleagh Lodge on 095 42252, or email
Kevin Crowley
IFI-Galway .

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Excellent sea trout fishing at Kylemore ends with hot calm weather

Nigel Rush reported that Kylemore Abbey experienced excellent sea trout fishing last week, as well as some salmon once the rain arrived on the 7th. Brian Davy, Andrew Kavanagh and PJ Lydon all landed grilse before the flood became unfishable. Over the following days large numbers of sea trout entered the fishery, and the lakes started to fish very well. Saturday was a bumper day, with one boat recording 18 sea trout to over 3lbs. Another boat had 12 for the day to over 2lbs, and the fishery recorded 44 sea trout to 5 rods in total. The hot calm weather since then has impacted on the fishing, but young Henry Strawson landed his first Kylemore salmon, and only his second ever, landing a nice grilse of 5lbs on the 12th.
The unsettled weather forecast should improve fishing here as well, and prospects here are good, especially for sea trout fishing.
To book fishing, contact Nigel at 095 41178 (office) or 095 41161 (home), or email
Kevin Crowley
IFI-Galway .

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3,140 salmon for the season so far from the River Moy

Photo: Ted Walsh, Jack Charlton and Ray Bailey also had 3 grilse between them, all on fly

Yet, another successful week for anglers on the Moy system, with 617 salmon reported bringing the yearly total, so far, to 3,140.

The Ridge Pool accounted for 47 salmon, including 3 grilse for fly angler Garry Perks, England. Ted Walsh, Jack Charlton and Ray Bailey also had 3 grilse between them, all on fly. Freddy Beggs, NI, had 2 fish on the Cathedral Beat, while Edward Kelly had two nice grilse from the Spring Wells and the Ash Tree Beats.

Ballina Salmon Anglers hosted a children’s fishing competition as part of Ballina Salmon Festival with 44 youngsters taking part. The competition was won by Jordan Stevens with a 4 lb. grilse. Jordan received a rod and reel as first prize, sponsored by Ridge Pool Tackle Shop.

On Coolcronan, John Baron, England had a 5 pounder on the worm, while on Armstrong’s Michael Lawlor, Laois, landed two grilse (6 & 7 lb.) also to the worm. The Foxford Fishery accounted for 46 salmon for the week, with Richard Wallace, England, catching 3 salmon, best at 9 lb. On Rinanney, Reg Bishop, England and Herbert Zettell, Germany had fish of 12.5 lb. and 11 lb. respectively.

Cloongee totalled 50 salmon and it was here where Martin Kiely, Limerick landed 3 salmon on worm, best at 9 lb. Also on Cloongee, Graham Child, UK, had 8 salmon on worm and spinner, ranging between 5 lb. and 8 lb. Fishing East Mayo, Hans-Ulrich Bender, Germany had 3 grilse on the fly, best at 5 lb. Garry Claydon, UK also fishing the East Mayo Association water had a fine 10 pounder on worm, while Brendan Wilson, NI had one of 5 lb. on fly.
Bryan Ward
IFI-Ballina .

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139 salmon caught at Ballisodare

With additional fresh water in the system, salmon angling improved on the Ballisodare Fishery. A total of 139 salmon was caught (58 released) averaging between 5 and 6 lb.
Bryan Ward
IFI-Ballina .

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Fine salmon reported from Owenmore River

For most of the week water levels on the Owenmore were fairly low. However, a medium flood towards the end of the week improved angling conditions considerably. On the Bangor Angling Club water, eight salmon were caught for the week; best a cracking 12.5 lb. fish for Frank Dooley. John Reynolds was also successful landing an eleven pounder. Most successful flies included Flamethrowers, Cascades and Magenta Shrimp patterns. 
Bryan Ward
IFI-Ballina .

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Very good salmon fishing on Carrowmore

Photo: Ida Strømstad from Norway fished Carrowmore Lake and caught this 9lb salmon

Carrowmore Lake fished very well for the week with a total of 38 salmon caught, 13 of which were released. The bulk of the fish were grilse in the 4 to 6 lbs. range. Amongst the successful anglers were, Mary Harkin and Declan Daly, both Dublin and Larry McAlinden, Northern Ireland all landed fresh run grilse.

On Saturday, 9th July visiting angling journalist, Ida Strømstad from Norway fished Carrowmore Lake together with Mark Corps and Markus Müller, Inland Fisheries Ireland. It was Ida’s first time fishing in Ireland and also her first experience of “Lough Style” fishing. After a slow start with just a couple of sea trout Ida hooked into something more substantial and after a 10 minute battle, she boated her first ever Irish salmon. The spring fish had been in the lake a while and was estimated at around 9 lb. Ida took the fish on  a size 12 Clan Chief Muddler fished on a floating line near the mouth of the Glencullin River. Later in the day the party landed another springer making this a memorable day for Ida who stated that she can’t wait to come back to the Bangor area to explore more first class game fishing. Both salmon were carefully released to the water.

For fishing on Carrowmore Lake contact Bangor Angling Club www.bangorerrisangling.comor phone Seamus Henry, Fishery Manager on +353 (0)97 83487.
Bryan Ward
IFI-Ballina .

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IFI Fly Casting Day a great success at Ballina Salmon Festival

Photo: Ida Strømstad, Norway won the Ladies Single Handed competition

Inland Fisheries Ireland hosted its annual Fly Casting Day on the banks of the River Moy on Sunday, 10 July. Over recent years this event has become an important feature of the Ballina Salmon Festival.  The Fly Casting Day held at “The Point”, at Quay Road, was a tremendous success and attracted a significant number of visitors from around the country and overseas despite the very unsettled weather and periods of torrential rain during the day.

As well as free casting tuition for all, the event featured demonstrations by three times World Spey Casting Champion, Scott McKenzie and a number of casting competitions. These included juvenile spinning accuracy, single hand distance and spey casting distance competitions. The most prestigious event was the Irish Open Spey Casting Championship which was won by Gerard Coyle from Pullathomas.  Gerard picked up a prize for €400 and a crystal glass trophy both of which were sponsored by Inland Fisheries Ireland. Another outstanding result was achieved by Ida Strømstad, Norway, who won the single hand ladies distance competition with a cast of 28.75 meters. Prizes for the competitions were generously sponsored by Mount Falcon Country House Hotel, Ballina Angling Centre, the Ridge Pool Tackle Shop, Tiernan Brothers Foxford and Inland Fisheries Ireland.

Gerard Coyle
Photo: The Irish Open Spey Casting Championship was won by Gerard Coyle

Another popular attraction was the fly tying marquee, with many availing of free fly tying demonstrations given by expert fly tiers Betty Hayes, Michael Hayes, Frank Reilly and Declan Tuffy. Children were also well catered for with a toddlers’ fishing pool and bouncy castle.

All who attended voiced their praise for venue and the organisation of the event.  The venue was generously made available by Ballina Town Council and a great deal of work was done by many local casting instructors in organising the day as well as staff from Inland Fisheries Ireland who pulled out all the stops to make the event a great success. 

The results of the various casting competitions were as follows:

Juvenile Spinning Accuracy Competition

Juvenile Single Hand Competition

Ladies Single Hand Competition

Amateur Single Hand

Professional Single Hand

Irish Open Spey Casting Competition

Scott McKenzie
Photo: 3 times World Spey Casting champion Scott McKenzie

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Good Grilse fishing reported from the River Drowes.

10/07/11: There were good water levels in the Drowes this week. The river was at a nice level on Monday reading 0.52 metres on the gauge at the Four Masters Bridge. The river then rose slowly over the week and by Sunday the gauge was reading 0.58 metres. There were good numbers of grilse caught over the week although the main run does still not yet seem to have started.
On Monday, Michael Kruse recorded a 3½ lb. grilse caught on a fly from the Black Hole. On Tuesday, Davy Elliott accounted for a 2½ lb. grilse caught on a fly from Briney’s. Mark Walesky logged a 3lb. grilse caught on worm from Corry and Gary Bennett had a good day catching 4 grilse and releasing 3 of these again. The fish were caught on shrimp from around the Washstones and weighed 5, 5, 6 & 7 lb. On Wednesday, Paul Clarke recorded a 2 grilse caught on the fly from the Mill Pool weighing 4 & 7 lb. On Thursday, John Gill accounted for two grilse caught on a spinner. The fish weighed 3 & 7 lb. and were caught from the Red Roof and Money Hole. George McAteer logged a 5 lb. grilse caught on shrimp from the Island Pool. Darryl Kennedy registered a 3 lb. grilse caught on shrimp from the Money Hole. Gary Morrow recorded a 3 lb. grilse caught on prawn from the Mill Pool. Antonio Barreiro accounted for a 4 lb. grilse caught on worm from the Black Hole and Norman Kerr logged a 2 grilse caught on shrimp from the Trout Pool weighing 4 & 5lb. On Saturday, Paul Doherty registered a 6 lb. grilse caught on worm from the Black Hole. On Sunday, Andrew McDonald recorded a 6lb. grilse caught on a spinner from the Island Pool and Dessie Moynes accounted for a 3 lb. grilse caught on worm from the Blackwater.With good water levels, prospects look good for the coming week and rain is forecast from Friday onwards.
Lindsey Clarke

For info/bookings etc on the Drowes Fishery & Lough Melvin see the website: or Tel: +353 (0)71 9841055 (8 am to 12 noon).

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Lough Melvin salmon a bit quiet

10/07/11: The angling on Lough Melvin was variable last week. The salmon angling was fairly quiet with only a small number of grilse recorded though in truth, there were few boats out fishing for the same. On Monday, Willy Coulter recorded a 5½lb. grilse caught trolling and the following day, Gerry Higgins accounted for a 3½lb. grilse also caught trolling. On a brighter note however, the trout fishing picked up. There were good reports of wet fly fishing for Sonaghan over the deep water marks with some good catches recorded.
Lindsey Clarke

For info/bookings etc on Lough Melvin see or Tel: 071 9841055.

Lough Melvin, Rossinver Fishery: For info/bookings etc, contact Ruth Mettler. Tel: 071 9841451.

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Improving grilse fishing at the Owenea Fishery

10/07/11: The river ran at low levels for the greater part of the week and the showers that were forecast did not really arrive. The river began to rise on Wednesday evening and there was a decent flood on Thursday night which saw the gauge reading 0.27 metres on Friday morning. The river then dropped very quickly however and by the end of the day the reading had dropped to just above 0.20 metres. The weekend gave low water conditions once again. The gauge average for the week was low reading 0.15 metres. The fishery was quiet with only 7 visiting rods in attendance over the week. There were some 5 salmon caught for the week. Four of these were caught by local anglers on Wednesday and Friday. On Thursday evening, Brian Smith recorded a 4½ lb.  grilse caught on the fly from beat 8 and angling partner Peter Grahame accounted for a couple of sea trout of just under a pound.
The forecast for the coming week is for mainly dry weather up to the weekend! Hopefully the end of the week will bring rain showers.
Lindsey Clarke

For info/bookings etc on the Owenea Fishery –
Tel: 074 9551141. (9am to 1pm April to May & 7am to 1pm June to Sept).

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Valuable prizes for sea trout anglers in 2011

Sea trout anglers on the east and south coast of Ireland, the west coasts of Scotland, England and Wales and on the Isle of Man have an excellent chance to win one of the many valuable prizes on offer in a free prize draw by collecting scale samples from any sea trout they catch in 2011. The Celtic Sea Trout Project (CSTP) is incentivising anglers to take samples of scales from any sea trout they catch over the season in specific “priority” rivers. 
The priority rivers are:

IRELAND: Shimna, Castletown, Dee/Glyde, Boyne, Dargle, Slaney, Colligan, Bandon Argideen, Currane

SCOTLAND & ISLE OF MAN:  Luce, Nith, Annan, Esk (Border), Neb, Sulby

ENGLAND: Esk (Border), Ehen, Lune, Ribble

WALES: Dee, Conwy, Clwyd, Dwyfor, Glaslyn, Dyfi, Teifi, Tywi, Tawe

The prizes are:

There are major unanswered questions in the understanding of sea trout, namely:

The CSTP intends to provide this missing knowledge and to translate it into fishery and conservation benefits for countries bordering the Irish Sea.
The scales are important samples for this major research project which commenced in late 2009.  Interpretation of scales from river and marine caught sea trout will contribute much to understanding some of these questions as they will provide very important primary information for analysis of river-specific life histories and growth rates. The scales will also be used for novel studies including genetic analysis (so called genetic finger-printing) to characterise individual river stocks, and for micro-chemical analysis to identify the freshwater origins of sea trout and, specifically, to determine their marine feeding areas within the Irish Sea, based on specific chemical signatures deposited within the scales.

Scale collection is difficult because, apart from fish traps, of which there are only three across the whole CSTP area, the sampling of adults in rivers has to be done by angling.  This is an extremely important element of the project and anglers are encouraged to participate fully so that sea trout can be better understood which will help to conserve this fascinating migratory trout. Scales from sea trout of all sizes, from the smallest to the largest, over the full extent of the angling season are requested and can be taken easily using the basic scale sampling kit which is provided free of charge (see for more details).

The project is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund through the Ireland-Wales Programme (INTERREG 4A). The main project partners are Inland Fisheries Ireland, Bangor University, University College Cork and Environment Agency Wales.

The winners will be chosen based on the scale samples submitted to us before 31st March 2012. The prize draw will take place on the 1st of April 2012. Winners will be contacted directly.

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Trout Angling Update

East coast trout fishing report.

River Boyne

Water levels in the River Boyne are low and clear at the moment and the brown trout fishing is still being described as the best in years. Fish to over 5lbs have been taken on the Boyne at Navan. Colm Lynch has a nice trout of 1.5lb during the week at Navan and. Luke Walpole also had some nice trout to dry-fly during the week. The grey flag and devaux sedges doing the business at dark.
At Trim Marc O'Regan reports that water levels are low and the water is clear. water temperatures are warm. There are plenty of fish moving and being caught. One angler fishing with Marc had 3 fish over two pound during the last week. Olives and sedge's are a big part of the trouts diet at the moment.

If you fancy an evenings guided trout fishing on the River Boyne at Trim why not give Marc a call at 087 9153002

Colm Lynch of East Coast angling (Navan and Drogheda) in association with DAIWA sports are sponsoring a club competition on Lough Lene on Sunday next 17th July. fishing is taking place fro 7pm until 11.15pm.

River Fane

On the Fane Matt Campbell reports that water levels are up at the moment. Junior angler Graham Kerns who has just learned to fly-fish caught a fine 1.75lb wild brown trout on the Fane during the last week. Graham was taking part in a training session with International anglers Shane Callan.
Matt also advises that the Castletown Angling Clubs fly-fishing classes continue at the Toberona Angling Centre in Dundalk on Thursday next from 7pm to 9pm. All are welcome. If you would like to take part please contact Matt at 087 6757550

Curragh Springs

Photo: Jack Carroll O' Connor with one of his 10 trout at Curragh Springs

In his latest report Shaun Hegarty reports that the cool winds are keeping the fish down at Curragh Springs with most being taken between three and five feet. Fish are chasing, so a fairly fast retrieve is recommended. Small lures and nymphs are still the most successful flies. Towards evening, dry flies tend to work better, when these constant winds we have been having for the past eight weeks die down a little and give way to a soft ripple on the surface. With very heavy rain towards the back end of last week the water was pretty dirty, but it cleared quickly and by Sunday morning was back to excellent clarity. Midday fishing is a little quiet at the moment so it is recommended to come early morning or evening.
An unscheduled competition took part here on one of the evenings at the fishery in the form of a challenge from 9 yr old Jack Carroll O' Connor [pictured] from Kildare to Paul O' Toole ITAFFA international qualifier. The challenge was accepted.
The hopes of Kildare rested firmly on Jacks shoulders with Paul representing Dublin. Fishing was tense, the air could be cut with a knife. Thankfully the referree Mr. Alan Bennett from Abu Dhabi with no affiliation to either county dealt with all disputes in a fair manner and after extra time the whistle was blown at 11pm and a draw was declared with 10 fish each. The replay date has not been fixed yet, but will take place in the very near future.

If you fancy a day out at Curragh Springs Fishery, Shaun Hegarty can be contacted at 087-2462028.  visit:

David Byrne
IFI – Blackrock
Creevy Lake Office

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Trout fishing picking up on Lough Sheelin

Photo: John Cosgrove with a 5lb 4oz trout caught in May

Sheelin is gradually picking up again and trout started to ‘take’ the sedge particularly on Friday night July 8th. Fish are still predominantly feeding on the abundance of perch fry (aptly described by one angler as an ‘explosion’) which are swamping the lake.  Anglers are reporting larger shoals of perch fry than in previous years. There are huge hatches of fly across the lake particularly murrough but the fish for now are mainly only interested in perch fry for their menu.

During the week the lake was quiet with not many anglers venturing out but Friday, Saturday and Sunday were good with a number boats on the lake and good catches being recorded particularly for Friday evening. The areas fishing best are Chambers, Orangefield and along that western shore of the lake and also Goreport and Corru bay. The dry sedge and murrough appear to be the most popular fly being used.

A catch & release policy is actively encouraged on this lake at all times

45 trout were recorded for the week, the best catch was by Brendan Corr, Belfast with 2 fish at 5 and 3½ lb, both fish were caught on the murrough around the Goreport area of the lake.

Other catches were:

Brenda Montgomery
IFI - Limerick
Lough Sheelin Office

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Lough Owel trout on sedges late in the evening

Patrick Harten fishing out from the small pump house on Lough Owel landed three fine trout over 2lbs each this evening, all here returned.  There was a very good rise late in the evening with fish feeding on sedges.

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6lb trout on fly from Clare River

Photo: 6.6lb specimen brown trout caught on stoats tail double on Clare River by Enda Scahill

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Good sedge fishing on Lough Arrow

Lough Arrow saw very good sedge fishing during the week with the best of the fishing very late in the evenings. Amongst the successful anglers were David Gray with 5 brown trout up to 3.5 lb., Garry Martin with 2 fish of 2 lb. and 3 lb. and Dave Cadman also with 2 fish; best at 6 lb. Best flies included Green Peters and Murroughs. 
Bryan Ward
IFI-Ballina .

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Trout fishing picks up on Lough Melvin

10/07/11: The angling on Lough Melvin was variable last week. On a brighter note however, the trout fishing picked up. There were good reports of wet fly fishing for Sonaghan over the deep water marks with some good catches recorded.
Lindsey Clarke

For info/bookings etc on Lough Melvin see or Tel: 071 9841055.

Lough Melvin, Rossinver Fishery: For info/bookings etc, contact Ruth Mettler. Tel: 071 9841451.

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Coarse Angling Update

East coast coarse fishing report

Photo:  Chris displays a beautiful Perch taken on a jig

Well known North East Coarse Angler Peadar O'Brien reports that Rahan's Lake in Carrickmacross has been fishing well for bream recently and that a new crop of 2 to 3.5lb bream have been keeping anglers well engaged recently. Anglers have put together some very nice bags at this venue on float and pole.

The Brothers lake in Carrickmacross is back on song after a recent lull. This popular venue has produced some excellent fishing over the past week including carp to 12lbs. Anglers from Dublin have had good numbers of tench to 4lbs and the lake is literally solid with roach. Occasional bream are also being taken at the moment.

Capragh Lake has also been fishing well to pole and float and some nice mixed bags in excess of 30lbs have been recorded over the last week. Catches have consisted mainly of  skimmers, roach and tench. 

Lough NaGlack has produces some very nice perch in recent days and some decent tench have been taken late in the evenings. Ronan O'Brien reported that some nice bream to 2kg have been taken recently on Ballyho lake.

The Irish Angling Development Alliance (IADA) open held a match recently on Sillan. The event had lower weights that previous events because of a change in wind direction. 25 anglers fished and only ounces separated the top three anglers. Winner was Dereck Buckley from Bellachy with 16lbs 11ozs, second place went to Cathal Hughes from Galway with 16lb 5ozs, third place went to Rory O'Neill from Newry with 16lb 2ozs and fourth place went to Dick Caplice from Carrickmacross with 13lb 12ozs. 

Another Successful Event at Lough Muckno

South Armagh and District Coarse Angling Club in association with Lough Muckno Coarse Angling Club held an open competition this Sunday 3rd July on Lough Muckno in Castleblaney, Co. Monaghan. 22 anglers took part in the event which was fished on the Concra Wood stretch. Fishing was difficult. The event was won by Rory O'Neill from Newry with 18lbs 10ozs, Second place went to Noel McNulty from Dundalk and 3rd place went to Michael Walsh from Newry. The event was a great success with anglers travelling from Galway, Newry, Cavan, Lurgan, Belfast, Dublin and Dundalk to atke part in the event. Local anglers were well represented by Lough Muckno Coarse Angling Club Members from Carrickmacross and Castleblaney.

Two Major Coarse Angling Competitions for Lough Muckno

Details of the Irish Angling Development Alliance (IADA) Irish Senior Open and Garda All Ireland Open and Confined match have just been announced for Lough Muckno. These two events will take place on 16th and 17th July and will present anglers with the last opportunity to participate in the old Lough Muckno that we all knew and got so much pleasure from in advance of the major angling access and development project that is schedule to commence shortly. A nostalgic end to a great era of fishing in Ireland.
In the interest of preventing the spread of invasive species through the development of best bio-security practice the organisers require that all nets, footwear, stink-bags or luggage containing nets must be dipped.

IADA Senior Irish Open

Irish Angling Development Alliance (IADA) in conjunction with Lough Muckno Coarse Angling Club extend a warm invitation to all anglers at home and abroad to enter their annual Irish open match at Lough Muckno on Sunday 17th July 2011. Registration take place at 8.30am and the draw will be held at 9am. The entry fee of 30euro covers pools and pegging. Fishing will take place from 11.00am until 16.00. Registration, draw and prize-giving will take place at the Old Coach Inn, York street, Castleblaney, Co. Monaghan. For further details please contact the following

Richard on 00353 872405317
Peter on  00353 879014186
Cathal on 00353 87647361
Geoff on 0798084018

E Mail: or

Garda All Ireland Open and Confined Match

The Garda Coarse Angling Club in conjunction with Irish Angling Development Alliance (IADA) extend a warm invitation to all anglers at home and abroad to enter their annual All Ireland Match at Lough Muckno on Saturday 16th July 2011. Registration take place at 8.30am and the draw will be held at 9am. The entry fee of 30euro covers pools and pegging. Fishing will take place from 11.00am until 16.00. Registration, draw and prize-giving will take place at the Old Coach Inn, York street, Castleblaney, Co. Monaghan. 
For further details please contact the following

Donnacha Maguire GCAC on 0879089986
Richard Caplice GCAC      on  087240531

E Mail: or
David Byrne
IFI – Blackrock
Creevy Lake Office

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Big bags of bream on Lough Derg.                

The Shannon around Portumna has seen few fishermen over the last couple of weeks. The fishing however is excellent. Two English anglers had over 250lb of bream and Hybrids over 2 days fishing the shores of Lough Derg close to Portumna Bay. Winds and rain forced them to fish the more sheltered area of the Salmon Run where they repeated their success with Bream and Hybrids on a heavily baited swim. Where are all the anglers? They don't know what heir missing!!
Mike Murray
Derryhiney, Portumna
Tel +353 909759596

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Tubertini Team Ireland Head to Fish‘O’Mania


Sunday the 17th of July will see the first ever Fish‘O’Mania Home Internationals sponsored by and televised by Sky Sports and Tubertini Team Ireland will be there to represent Ireland’s Coarse Anglers.

Team Ireland manager Mark Theedom will lead out his highly experienced team at the famous Cudmore Fishery, Stoke-on-Trent, England with2008 World Championship Silver Medallist Willy Wheeler and one time All Ireland Champion, Willy will be joined by the highly experienced pair of Jack Tisdall and Vincent Walsh both Jack and Vincent have represented Ireland on World, European and club levels over a combined 30 occasions, Vincent will be on this year’s team to compete for at the World Angling Games in Italy.
In addition to Willy, Jack and Vincent international ‘new comer’ David Burleigh will complete the team, David is a rising star in Coarse Angling in Ireland and the talented young angler is also on this year’s World Championship squad after making it through the National Qualifiers.

Tubertini Team Ireland will be featuring in a live hour international rules match organised by Matchroom Sports against the other home nations of Wales, Scotland and England which will be shown on Sky Sports 2, and this will be the first time in several years where all four nations will compete in such an event.

The National Coarse Fishing Federation of Ireland would like to wish the team all the best and we are encouraging everyone to tune in to Sky Sports 2 this weekend to keep an eye on our lads.

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Pike Angling Update

East coast pike report

Photo: Chris shows off his well conditioned 22lb fish taken on a small lure

Angling guide Peadar O'Brien reports that pike fishing in the Cavan/Monaghan area has improved with the recent change in pressure. Four anglers from Switzerland visited the Mongahan area over the last week. Following two tough days fishing the lads finally hit a good day and landed 10 pike the best of which weighed 26lb. On another day Peadar fished with Donal Creamer and Chris and they managed to boat some very nice pike including a number of 20's. The best fish weighed just over 22lbs. Donal's best fish weighed 20lb and Chris had the heaviest fish at just over 22lbs.

Photo: Donal Creamer with a pike

Peadar advises that the pike are not really interested in the bigger baits at the moment and success has been achieved by scaling right down to very small lures and spinner baits. Assorted bladed baits such as flying c's have also been working of late. Lots of fish are also being lost as the pike are not taking hard. many of the fish are just lip hooked and are throwing or shaking the lures quite easily.

If you fancy a days pike fishing with Peadar, he can be contacted at or 087 9265867

Ronan O'Brien reports that a nice 13kg pike was taken recently on Lough Muckno by anglers boat fishing at this top pike venue.
David Byrne
IFI – Blackrock
Creevy Lake Office

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First pike a good one on Lough Ree

Photo: Orla McCarthy with her first pike which she caught on Lough Ree

Orla McCarthy had great luck on her first day out fishing. Trolling on Lough Ree with Noel O'Connor Orla caught her first ever pike.  The pike (13lb) was caught off Coosan Point on a Bass Harasser.

Earlier in the month Arek Jozefowicz landed a 22lb pike which weighed 10kg.

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Sea Angling Update

Sea fishing on the East Coast

A newly formed sea angling club in Drogheda held a competition on Sunday last 10th July on Baltray beach. 13 anglers participated in the competition and flatfish and flounder were the main catch. Some of the participants were complete novices but all of the lads enjoyed  a great day out. Anyone interested in joining the club can do so by contacting Peter Cunningham at East Coast Angling in Drogheda.

In the North East there has been some reasonable bass fishing on the Louth/Meath coastline. Several bass have been taken on the beaches around the north east. Glenn Rooney reports that he has had some nice sea bass fishing with a French client in the North Louth area. Sam Rennicks from Navan had a lovely 11lb 10oz specimen bass caught on Mornington beach recently on a rapture-pro shallow diving lure, after a quick photo and weigh the fish was returned. Live rag which produced several other fish is available at the Eastcoast Angling  stores at Navan and Drogheda.

Colm at East Coast Angling can be contacted at  mobile: 087 2044996

Photo: Sam Rennicks from Navan with a specimen Bass from the North East

Reporting from North Wexford, Joe Byrne from Courtown Angling Centre reports that fishing has been excellent in the Courtown area. Tope catches have slowed over the last week but there has been good ground fishing on the charter boats the 'Brazen Hussey' and the 'Puffin'. Tope numbers were down recently due to weather and fish movements the best tope landed weighed nearly 30lbs. All tope have been taken on mackerel flappers.

On the shore at north Courtown beach ray to 10lbs have been recorded. Still not many bass have been recorded from the north Wexford beaches. Joe reports that there are lots of smooth-hounds and pups on all the north Wexford beaches at the moment and rag and crab are producing great results. On the pier at Courtown anglers are catching dogfish, smooth-hounds and plenty of flatfish.
If you fancy a great day charter boat fishing on the 'Brazen Hussey' or the 'Puffin' off Courtown for ray, tope, smooth hound, bullhuss or general ground fishing please contact Joe Byrne at 087 6613145
Local angling information can be obtained by visiting the well stocked tackle shop and angling centre in Courtown. Please visit
David Byrne
IFI – Blackrock
Creevy Lake Office

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Great tope fishing in Shannon estuary despite lull


Getting into my busy season now so this lovely weather is a god send. After 2 weeks of day charters I now have a group of 6 Dutch men in for a week. This means we will have more time to try things out and hopefully get some interesting fishing.

Over the last week the general fishing is still quite. At this stage the lack of Mackerel is very noticeable and is true all along this coast. We are getting plenty of them out from the shore but by now you would expect to get to the Loop, drop lines and full a box. This is most certainly not the case and it has got to the stage where I spend very little time trying for them until a mile or 2 off. There you can pick up plenty for the days bait on the drift and now and again come across a big shoal. Having said that every now and again they do turn up in the normal places. Lets hope they come in soon in numbers, as much for the shore fisherman as anybody.


On the drift a mile or 2 off we have been getting a lot of species, with quite a few small codling at times, also haddock, whiting, ling and Pollack but numbers are small. The fishing further off is still not in full swing, although we have had some good spurts of Pollack and there seem to be a few Spur Dogs about, most around the 8lb mark.

One fishing that is way above average is the Tope fishing. We have done a couple of sessions now and fish seem very plentiful. Just yesterday for a couple of hours we had 22 in the boat. We also lost about another 10 /15 due mostly to multiple hook ups and resulting tangles. I think twice during the session 4 fisherman had a fish on at the same time!!!

So lets hope the tope hang about for a bit and if this week goes to plan I will also be trying my first Shark trip of the season. So until my next report, enjoy the weather and get fishing!!
Luke Aston
Clare Dragoon, LOCHIN 366, 650HP.
Carrigaholt Co. Clare  
Telephone: +353 65 9058209 or +353 87 6367544
Email:  Web:

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