Ballyduff Bridge Fishery on Blackwater sees its first springer landed
February 23rd, 2017 | by Myles Kelly
Jason Corcoran struck silver earlier in the week at the Ballyduff Bridge Fishery on the Munster Blackwater…
On Tuesday (21 Feb) Jason caught and released a lovely fish of around 8lbs on a Clydecade (or some would say a BananaCascade) on our the fishery’s new beat Ballygarrett. Connie apologised for the quality of pictures as both were anxious to get the fish back with the minimum of fuss. They don’t look all that bad to me!
Ballyduff Bridge Salmon Fishery
Ballyduff Bridge fisheries control a number of beats of the Munster Blackwater. The Ballyduff Bridge beat is almost a mile long offering a huge variety of water and is particularly suited to fly fishing. Upstream near the village of Ballyhooley (a few miles outside the town of Fermoy, Cork) we have two beats. The Ballincurrig Beat is one of the most beautiful locations along the river and has an excellent piece of fly water flowing into a deep pool. Just downstream on the opposite bank we have a short but productive beat, called Magners. This beat fishes also well in high water.
Contact Connie Corcoran:
Ballyduff, Co. Waterford.
Tel: +353 (0)586 0146
Mobile: +353 (0)87 720 5690