Fishing Report for Lough na Leibe Week ending Sunday 16-09-12
September 21st, 2012 | by Nancy Hearne
Ballymote & District Angling Club report:
With reasonable fishing conditions this week a few club members took to the water in search of trout. Despite fish being spotted actively feeding at or near the surface they proved a little difficult to tempt. Club members who were lucky enough to to land fish over the course of the week were Bernard McDermott, Peter Walsh and Colm Walsh. As always if you have a catch to report please e-mail it to the club email address available from the link on the club website. Successful fly patterns were Dry Fly: Wet Fly /Nymphs: Lures: Deer hair mouse.
The 6th round of the Lough na Leibe Sunday fly fishing competition takes place on Sunday 23rd September 11:30am to 3:30pm. Draw for starting pegs at 11:00am. Competition starts 11:30am sharp.
Please note to be eligible to fish in this competition you must be a fully paid up member of Ballymote and District Angling Club and have fished in at least 1 previous round of the competition in 2012.
Lough na Leibe angling rules
Bag limit of 2 Trout per angler per day.
Flyfishing, Worm fishing with float only (no legering) and Spinning are only permitted methods of fishing.
No Maggots, Shrimps or any other baits to be used.
Absolutely no ground baiting allowed.
Only one rod permitted on the bank at any time, for Worm, Spinning or Fly fishing
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Ballymote & District Angling Club.
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