Slaney River Trust reports on April 6th, 2014:

Before the rain came on Wednesday the fishing on the Slaney was starting to pick up in particular with fish being met upstream as shown by Kevin Keagan’s lovely 9 lber off the Tullow Club water (photo courtesy of Thomas Nolan Photography). Lower down stream Mossy Browne at Tombrick finally got off the mark with a sea liced 10 lber  and Antony Doran had 2 fish on Clohamon on Tuesday the largest being 96cm (close to 20lbs!). The rain which came on Wednesday put a stop to the party with just a couple of fish met on Sunday. If the water starts to drop next week we should see the lower beats and Enniscorthy start to come into play.

Mossy Browne at Tombrick
Mossy Browne at Tombrick


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Anglers interested in obtaining fishing can enquire from the following:

  • Clohamon Fishery
    Contact David Dobbs tel 0879673111
  • Enniscorthy Anglers
    Salmon €25 per day, Trout €10 for 2 consectuctive days.
    Contact Danny’s Angling and Outdoors, St Senans Rd, Enniscorthy.  Tel: 087 9005991.
  • Solsboro Fishing Association
    Contact Bernard Cash (daytime only) Tel 087 9225536 .
  • Tullow Salmon and Trout Anglers Association
    Contact John Duffy, Old Chapel Lane, Tullow Co Carlow tel 059 9152740.
  • Moyadie, Monfin, Glass Door and upper Ballycarney beats
    Contact David French of Fanning French and Associates on 087 9221833.

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