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Wintery showers but not salmon were the order of the day on Lough Currane

February 26th, 2015 | by

 Ghillie/Guide Vincent Appleby reports on the salmon and sea trout fishing in the past week on the Lough Currane system:

19/02/15 Just 2 Boats manipulating upon the Waters of Lough Currane, and you can say without any fear of contradiction they failed miserably in their duties in producing my Noble Salmon and the least said the soonest mended. Wind West with April Showers in February.

20/02/15 The wild Atlantic Salmon were as lethargic as the Anglers who were manipulating on Lough Currane in all departments. Wind NW fresh with wintry showers.

Who needs the Mexican wave

Who needs the Mexican wave

21/02/15 Again wintry showers were the order of the day, not my Noble Salmon. There was a strong North wind in this morning and lightened in the afternoon session.

22/02/15 Lough Currane was on the wild side with a strong NW blowing and very few boats out and going by the metrological service of www.met.ie  there is worse to come with an orange alert in place, so if there is no report up tommorow you will know my net is down.

23/02/15 It was batten down the hatches me harties this day, as the anglers looked on at a raging Lough Currane with a strong NW wind with violent gusts and it wasn’t long before they headed to the Bar and talking of the one that got away. Wind as already stated with a mixture of rain, hale and snow.

he ho and up she rises

he ho and up she rises

24/02/15 May have not been batten down the hatches me harties, but there was still a strong NW wind blowing with heavy showers and no Anglers were seen manipulating their Flies or Lures or pontificating their next move and I am sure if you had gone by my Noble Anglers they would of given  you the finger hopefully the index not the middle finger.

Takes flight

Takes flight

25/02/15 There were four boats out this day and they all came home the same way they went out with an empty boat, as they looked up to the heavens the raindrops kept falling as the Wild Atlantic Salmon laid below in the flow of the great Currane. Wind West moderate and overcast light misty rain.

My thats a good Pint

My thats a good Pint

That is your ration from the opening days on Lough Currane, from your Gillie and the Waterville Fishery, no spin no fly’s just facts.
Vincent Appleby

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Vincent Appleby Eureka Lodge, Caherdaniel West, Co. Kerry.
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