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Levels very low on the Drowes last week

May 18th, 2017 | by

Monday 8th  to Sunday 14th May 2017

The dry, sunny weather continued this week and once again, the river ran at very low levels. Angler attendance was low and the fishery was quiet. William Rainey recorded 3 salmon caught on Sunday however with 2 of these returned again. The fish weighed 8, 5 & 6lb and were caught on prawn from the Old Sea Pool and The Meadow. There was a also a couple of other salmon caught on Sunday of which, we await details.

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