3/9/20 Well some Currane anglers had a bit of action today, in the salmon department, there was at least one grilse caught on the troll and it was great to see a few nice sea trout caught on the drift. Wind west-southwest fresh with good cloud cover, humidity 77%. Yesterday’s weather, amount of rainfall 8.0mm. Maximum air temperature 17.7°C.
4/9/20 Going by my phone it is all quiet on the southwest front but going by the phones lately it would not surprise me I that I get the texts tomorrow or even next week? Wind west-southwest light and veered Northwest, with reasonable cloud cover, humidity 76%. Yesterday’s weather, maximum air temperature 17.0°C.
5/9/20 The Currane anglers were all quiet on all fronts. Wind northwest fresh with reasonable cloud cover, humidity 78%. Yesterday’s weather, maximum air temperature 16.8°C.
6/9/20 The drifting Currane fly anglers were in reasonable form with a mixture of juniors and brown trout caught. The salmon department all quiet on the western front. Wind northwest light with good cloud cover, humidity 91%. Yesterday’s weather, maximum air temperature 16.6°C.
7/9/20 All quiet on the southwest front in all departments. Wind west fresh and overcast all day, humidity 94%. Yesterday’s weather, maximum air temperature 16.6°C.
8/9/20 I start with the sad news that the Currane anglers and the good people of Waterville have lost a great taxi driver Mr. Anthony McGillicuddy R.I.P., who I might add, took many a Currane angler to their favourite restaurant after their day’s fishing and brought them back to their B&B or hotels and homes after their night out, I can say without any fear of contradiction he will surely missed. So, on behalf of the Currane anglers and the good people of Waterville and Kerry and the good people afar, our sincere sympathies to his good wife Cora and all the family and friends. Well Anthony you may be gone but you certainly will not be forgotten as you make your way on the heavenly highway to heaven. RIP