Dry flies are best for the Rainbow Trout at the Cashel Trout Fishery despite the poor weather conditions.
July 6th, 2012 | by Paul Bourke
Cashel Trout Fishery report by Marlene McLaughlin
Although the weather has been dreadful as past few weeks, anglers are still trying their best to make a few catches using dry flies.
Robert Allen, George Lyttle and Billy Rainey (Portadown & Banbridge) used dries and hare’s ears to make their catches. A total of six trout were caught between them averaging 2.5lb. Maurice Whiteman (Ardmore, Derry) released a total of nine trout which took all dry patterns. Lawrence Newland and James McLaughlin (Foreglen) banked three trout which took orange fritz of various sizes. Shane Gallagher (Derry) released three trout which took buzzers while Paul Martin (Templepatrick) bagged two which took a wee black fly.
Well done to all!
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