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A handful of salmon on the Feale

June 27th, 2013 | by

Paddy Halpin of Inland Fisheries Ireland’s Limerick office reports that there waws good fishing water for the week at times with some flood water in the Feale. On Monday 17th  and again on Sunday 16th it was up by 1ft. A lot of anglers were out  on Tuesday but only 3 fish were reported for the week.

Brian Hurley from Newcasltlewest had a good fresh fish of 10lbs while spinning

Brian Hurley from Newcasltlewest had a good fresh fish of 10lbs while spinning

Lucky anglers in the Abbeyfeale waters during the week were John Stack who had a fine fish of 12lbs caught on the fly and Jack Murphy who had a fish of 7lbs and in the Killocrim/Finuge waters. Young Brian Hurley from Newcasltlewest had a good fresh fish of 10lbs while spinning along the wall on Tuesda. Water levels after the small fresh on Sunday are dropping again and is more suitable for fly at the moment.

North Kerry Anglers Association

As of 10.05am, today 27 June, there is low fishing water  on the Feale. The river is running clear  and stands at 360mm on the gauge. It is overcast now, about 17 C in a  light breeze.

Anthony McAuliffe
North Kerry Anglers Association
Web:
www.northkerryanglers.com Email: info@northkerryanglers.com

 

 

 


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