Water conditions remain perfect in Galway, with one sluice gate open, and although the run of fresh fish has slowed down, there are still large numbers of fish resident in the river now, and fishing has continued to provide good sport. There were 25 fish landed for the week, mainly to the fly, with most fish averaging 4-6lbs. Father and son Dexter and Andrew Lynas from Northern Ireland enjoyed their day, landing a grilse each on the fly. Michael Milner took 2 grilse to 5lbs on fly, while Neil Spellacy landed a grilse on fly. Martin Kiely took 2 fish on fly, and Robert Falconer landed a nice 5.5lbs grilse on fly. Long-time visitor Sean McManmon landed 2 grilse on fly, including a fine 7lbs fish, but the best fish of the week fell to a shrimp fished by Paddy McAleavy, who landed a cracking 15lbs fish over the weekend.