Ghillie/Guide Vincent Appleby reports that anglers have been beaten off the lake by the strong winds that are dominating the weather in the south west…

05/02 Again the weather brought Lough Currane to a standstill with a strong WNW blowing down the Lake, followed by heavy showers.

04/02 Come midday Lough Currane was a raging inferno and what boats did venture out, soon headed for the shoreline and the high stool. Wind SE  fresh to strong and overcast with heavy rain and a mixture of hailstones. Amount of rainfall yesterday 25.2 mm.

03/02 All quiet on the SW front. Wind Variable S light with rain and hail showers. Amount of rainfall yesterday 10.7 mm.

02/02 My Noble Anglers failed miserably in their duties, and for good reason they were resting on their laurels, watching the 6 Nations rugby with a pint of the black stuff in their hand, they would be far better off with a fly rod in their hand, and the sound of my Noble Salmon taking him or her to the backing. Wind SW fresh and overcast with rain at times.

A good wave on Lough Currane or is it the Atlantic battering the Waterville shores?

01/02 TheWaterville Fishery was at a stand still with an orange alert, and I can tell you it was wild, so wild in fact even mad dogs and Englishmen stayed at home. Wind storm force  SW and overcast with heavy rain at times. Amount of rainfall yesterday

That is your ration for the week on Lough Currane, from your Gillie and the Waterville Fishery, no spin no fly’s just facts.
Vincent Appleby

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Vincent Appleby

Eureka Lodge, Caherdaniel West, Co. Kerry.

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