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Golden browns from the Nore on fly and nymph

June 14th, 2018 | by

Dan O’Neill at the Mount Juliet Estate reports on the trout fishing on the Nore…

Monday 4th  June: Weather warm, water temperature 14.5C. Water quite murky still and reading .52.1 angler tried nymphing in the back eddys for trout and had 2 normal sized trout.

trout

Tuesday 5th  June: Another warm. Start slight showers around. No one on fishery today, water still at .52 and water temp now 14.8C.

Wednesday 6th  June: A nice start, slightly overcast,  water at .49,water temp 15.0.C. 2 trout anglers managed 6 nice browns over the stretch between the White Bridge and George’s Wall. 2 salmon anglers had 2 salmon,1 at 10 pound and the other at 12.2,both from the same pool.

trout

About to release #CPRsavesfish

Thursday 7th  June: Nice day again, water at .47, water temp at 15.0C. 1 trout angler went out early and had 7 nice trout both on dry fly and nymph.

Friday 8th  June: Water today at .45. Rising temperature to 15.4C. 2 people out at 2pm and had 11 trout between them,all on nymph. Another group of 3 people out at 7pm and managed 5 trout between them.

Another nice Nore trout…

trout

…and back she goes. #CPRsavesfish

Saturday 9th  June: Two anglers tried there luck at 10am and had some nice trout to a pound in the deeper areas of the river. Water reading of .44 and water temperature of 15.5C.

Sunday 10th June: Some anglers out today to try trout fishing. They had some nice trout between them, though nothing over the one pound mark. Water reading of .43 and water temp of 15.6C.

lamprey

Baby lamprey

Monday 11th June: Better trout fishing today for some American anglers. A nice fish of 1.5 pounds caught below pebble beach. 2 salmon showed there presence in one of the lower pools also. Some baby lampreys also moving about and burying themselves in silty areas. Water is at .40 and temp is at 15.8C.

Dan O’Neill
Mount Juliet Estate.

Go fishing…

Mount Juliet House is set on a large estate, which offers private fishing on 2.5 miles of the middle to lower reaches of the River Nore. Mount Juliet Estate offers fishing of the highest quality, just a short stroll away from the Manor House. There is a fishing room on site in the Manor House for your convenience i.e. for storage and drying of fishing equipment. Mount Juliet Estate can also provide the necessary equipment on site if needed.

https://www.mountjuliet.ie/fishing-on-the-estate.html

 


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