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Challenging Conditions as Weather and Water Make Fishing Tough for Nick and Dave from South Africa

August 31st, 2015 | by

Lots of rain put the River Boyne well up last week but when you have travelled all the way from South Africa there is no turning back, is there? So it was for Nick Marvin and Dave Gibbon who were visiting Ireland last week and were booked in for a day of salmon fishing on the River Boyne with local angling guide Peter Cunningham. Unfortunately, they arrived just as the water levels had risen and got very coloured due to the recent torrential rain.

Undeterred by the less than favourable conditions, Nick and Marvin visited the lower Boyne with Peter to have a go for one of the rivers legendary salmon. Despite the best efforts of all concerned the salmon failed to oblige on the day and no fish were taken during the lads flying visit. Despite the lack of a fish both Nick and Dave were delighted with their day on the Boyne and were very taken with the river and the location. Fishing is sure to improve again when water levels have dropped and cleared a bit.

Peter Cunningham is one of the North East’s top angling guides. If you fancy a days guided fishing for salmon, sea trout, wild brown trout, pike or bass, then why not give him a call or drop into him for a chat in the Drogheda Angling Centre, Boyne Shopping Centre, Drogheda.

Peter can be contacted by Tel: 00 353 86 4682516  or by emailpetercunningham3@gmail.com

Putting All the Best Flies in All the Best Places.

Putting All the Best Flies in All the Best Places.

Water Levels Well Up on the River Boyne

Water Levels Well Up on the River Boyne

Tough Conditions on the Lower Boyne Last Week

Tough Conditions on the Lower Boyne Last Week


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