Logo: Irish Angling Update, fishing reports ireland

Latest Reports

More angling Reports

In the press

Weekly update

Anglers Differing Fortunes on Lough Muckno Today

November 28th, 2014 | by

With the more settled weather recently water levels have dropped in many of the lakes in the Monaghan area. One such lake is Lough Muckno and this is good news ahead of the IADA winter league match scheduled for this Sunday 30th November on Black and Yellow island. Although there is still some water on the causeway onto White Island, it was accessible today. Regular visitor to Lough Muckno, Ewan Weed from Northern Ireland, fished on White island today and had some nice fish including roach and hybrids on feeder. Although there were lots of bites fishing could still only be described as tough. Maggot produced most of the fish.

Ewan Weed in Action on Lough Muckno Today

Ewan Weed in Action on Lough Muckno Today

Ewan Weed Displays A Nice Hybrid taken on White Island Today

A Happy Ewan Weed Displays One of His Smaller Hybrids taken on White Island Today

Another angler was trying his luck on the Gas lake but was not having much success early in the session on float fished maggot. Fish were topping but were difficult to tempt. Winds were very light and temperatures were around 10 degrees.

Another Anglers Tries His Luck at the Gas Lake

Another Angler Tries His Luck at the Gas Lake

At South Lodge fishing was very good although fish were small. It was a bite a chuck fishing maggot at 30 turns. The place was solid with small fish. Things are looking good for the weekend match and we look forward to hearing how things go. According to Ewan around 40 anglers are expected to take part.

Latest information on Sundays event is available on the IADA Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Irish-Angling-Development-Alliance/125831067501011

Some Pristine Fish Taken at South Lodge Today

Some Pristine Muckno Fish Taken at South Lodge Today

This post is in: Castleblayney, Coarse angling reports, Lough Muckno