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Anglers on Carrowmore doing well despite windy weather

Carrowmore Lake settling after the storm

Over the past two weeks angling was interrupted on Carrowmore by high winds for quite some time. However, once the lake had settled anglers were able to venture out again and were rewarded with some nice catches.

Carrowmore Lake settling after the storms

Among the successful anglers were John Cosgrove, Eamon Power and Sean Keenan who all had grilse in the 4 lbs. to 8 lbs. range. The usual Carrowmore patterns (Dabblers, Green Peter, Bumbles, Clan Chief etc.) did the trick while sea trout fishing has also been very good with some excellent catches of fish up to 2.5 lbs. There were numerous other fish caught and released during the past two weeks and angling for the coming days is expected to be equally as good.

Go fishing…

Carrowmore lake is located 2km North of Bangor Erris and has an approximate area of 1000 hectares of fishing water which ranges in depth from 1 to 6 metres. The lake is frequented by very healthy stocks of Spring Salmon, Grilse, Sea Trout and also has a substantial number of resident Brown Trout.

Fishing in this lake is confined to boat fishing only and with the permission of the fishery manager. Boats for hire are clinker built design fibre glass and average 19ft in length.

Please note that Carrowmore Lake is a Brown Tag Fishery!

For fishing on Carrowmore Lake contact Seamus Henry on +353 (0)97 83487 or visit www.bangorerrisangling.com