Fishery manager David McEvoy reports that fishing at Delphi has been tough over the last couple of weeks, with 12 salmon landed. Maxi Schiedt landed a fine 8.5lbs fish off Finlough on a Bruiser Bumble, while Peter Eaton followed up in the afternoon with his first Delphi salmon, a 6lbs 11.5oz fish taken from the stream on Fin on a Currie Shrimp. Leander Schilling from Germany had his first ever, a 2lbs fish off Fin on a Willie Gunn, and David Rainford landed his 20th Delphi salmon, a 6lbs fish off the Turn pool on a Delphi Collie.

The husband and wife duo of Martin and Barbara Cellier were on the catch sheet again, with a salmon each on Friday afternoon off Finlough. Martin’s was taken on a Red Assed Muddler tied by Berbara and weighed in at 4lbs 14.5oz. Barbara’s fish was taken on a Tosh and weighed in at 4lbs 13.5oz. Needless to say they were happy campers.

Ian Carroll from Cork landed a 4lbs fish from the Turn Pool on a Monkey Dog and lost another. Mike Shortt landed a fish at the Mouth of the Glenumnera of 3lbs 4oz on a Sunray Shadow. Martyn Gregory also had a fish off the Turn Pool on a Willie Gunn Waddington weighing in at 4lbs1oz, and David himself landed a fine fish from the Middle River on a Cascade, weighing in at 11lbs 5oz.

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