Trout fishing on the River Nore has been good over recent weeks and top angler and fishing guide Noel Molloy was out and about in the Thomastown area of the river. The water levels in the river have been up and down but in general conditions have suited trout fishing.
Fly hatches were often sparse but some blue winged olives continued to hatch and there was plenty of sedge about. Noel had a few nymph fishing sessions and although big fish were scarce there was plenty of action with smaller fish from 15cm to 20/25cm and an odd larger fish as well. The scenery on the Nore is superb and well worth a visit.
If you fancy a trip out on the Nore in 2020 why not get in contact with Noel at http://noresideflyfishing.com/
Additional information on trout fishing on the River Nore can be found at https://fishinginireland.info/trout/south/nore.htm