Fishery manager Colin Folan reported that low water levels last week were on the low side, but this has not stopped the large run of grilse into Inagh.  There is rain forecast for the coming days so hopefully we should have some good fishing later in the week.  14 salmon were recorded this week for 40 rod-days.  The best fish was landed by regular Andy Walsh (Galway), the fish weighed 8lbs and took a Fr. Ronan.  Enrico Fantasia (Spain) fishing Inagh for only his second time landed 2 salmon of 4lbs and 5lbs (released) on a Telephone Fly and his boat partner Claude Gay (France) also had a grilse of 4lbs on a Claret Bumble.  Dr. John Casey (Galway) fished the Derryclare Butts for an afternoon and had 2 grilse of 5lbs and 6lbs (released) – the fish took a Cascade and a Sunray.  Chad Luce (USA), landed his first Atlantic salmon at the Derryclare Butts on a Cascade, the fish weighed 6lbs.  Thomas O Brien (Mayo) and Noel Greaney (Galway) also had grilse this week.  The sea trout catch is still poor with only 10 fish to 3lbs landed this week, however they are being seen on the fish counter downstream at Ballynahinch entering in good numbers.  Finally the Recess Anglers held their annual Tom Joyce Memorial Cup on Saturday June 29.  16 anglers fished Lough Inagh and Willie Kelly (Galway) won the competition for the second time since its inauguration 3 years ago.  Willie landed the only salmon of the day, weighing 6lbs and it took a Cascade.  For more info and bookings, contact Lough Inagh Lodge on 095 34706 or check .