Water conditions are just about perfect on the Boyne at the moment after the latest flood. Water levels are dropping and although slightly on the high side for some fisheries the water is fairly clear. The year so far has favoured the fisheries above Slane with fish running through to Navan and beyond. Since the start of September a number of fish have been caught including fish ranging in size from 5lbs to 15lbs. Fly, prawn and spinning have all produced fish and the catches have included a mix of resident and fresh run fish. It is hoped that the conditions will improve for anglers on the fisheries downstream from Slane to Oldbridge in the coming days but there is still a chance of a fish on the spinner in these areas. Information on salmon fishing on the Boyne can be found at https://fishinginireland.info/salmon/east/boyne.htm