Frank Maunsell from the Owenmore Fishery reports:
16 June: The wind finally went southwest on Saturday after weeks of northerlies. One of the regular fishermen went on the White Lake for an hour and a half. He had over 10 juniors and lost a great trout because the line wrapped around the oar.
Today the wind changed to west southwest which is not good on the lake. There were two men on the White Lake. They fished it hard for a couple of hours but the wind got too strong and they had to come off it. We have southwesterly winds until Tuesday evening and then its forecast to go northwest again.
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There are approximately five miles of fly fishing along the main part of the Owenmore River in Kerry, with 33 named pools and an additional 180 acres of lake fishing in this Kerry beauty spot. The salmon, grilse and sea trout begin to run in April. The runs continue through spring and summer into early October.
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