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Fishing Improves as the River Boyne Produces Huge Wild Brown Trout For Fly Angler

June 25th, 2015 | by

A number of reports have indicated that wild brown trout fishing on the River Boyne has improved in many areas. Following the drop in water levels, the water has cleared and there have been some good fly hatches as well. Many fish from half a pound to 1.5lb have been taken on fly and anglers are now awaiting the best of the sedge, olive and bwo fishing in the coming weeks. As always the Boyne always throws up a few notable fish during the season and one such fish was caught in the last couple of weeks. A superb specimen sized wild brown trout was caught by local angler Kristof Krzysiek while sedge fishing on the River Boyne. Varying estimates have been put forward as to the weight of the fish but suffice it to say that for many anglers this would be classed as the fish of a lifetime. Well done Kristof.

For the up to date situation on wild brown trout fishing in the Navan area why not drop into Colm in Tacklestop in Balmoral Business Park, Navan, Co. Meath or contact him at 046 9072493 or 085 8866888. Colm can also be contacted by email at tacklestopnavan@gmail.com

For the up to date situation on wild brown trout fishing on the lower Boyne area why not give Peter Cunningham a call or drop into him for a chat in the Drogheda Angling Centre, Boyne Shopping Centre, Drogheda. Peter can be contacted by Tel: 086 4682516  or by emaildrogheda.anglingcentre@gmail.com

 

A Fantastic Specimen Wild Brown Trout from the River Boyne

A Fantastic Specimen Wild Brown Trout from the River Boyne


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