Hairy experience on River Inny
February 9th, 2017 | by Myles Kelly
Mick Flanagan had a pretty hairy experience on the Inny last week…
It’s a lovely trip down the River Inny to Lough Iron, but last week water levels were low and I only got a few miles down river with some anglers from Dublin. The fishing was tough and we only managed to boat two small pike, and one perch. We banked the boat along the river for lunch, and the lads got a bit of a surprise when they saw some very hairy looking cows. The lads were very witty and said that they must be Westmeath hairy mammoths.
Many of our local clubs are holding their Annual general meeting in the coming weeks, and we will keep you posted on these dates. On Wednesday Febuary 15th Glore Anglers hold their A.G.M. in Tullaghan Angling Center at 7.45.Lough bane are holding their A.G.M. on Friday 17th Febuary in Moylagh Community Hall and it’s an 8pm start. Derravaragh angler will have their A.G.M. on Friday 24th February and its an 8pm start in the Community Center in Multyfarnham.We will remind you of these dates in the coming weeks, and news on competition dates for the coming 2017 season.
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