Declan Gibbons reports from Lough Corrib…
Angling the week gone by proved more fruitful and rewarding to anglers than the week previous with sedges and fry patterns proving the best and some action on daphnia.
Starting off in the Cong area, father and son duo Conor and Kyle O’ Mahony from Partry on Sunday last had a day’s fishing on Corrib, they both caught a fish each in the Inchagoill area with Kyle landing his PB on the fly with a fish a 1.5 lbs.
Young Partry angler, Kyle O’Mahony, with his PB on fly 1.5 lbs. at Inchagoill
Ted Wherry of Mayfly Lodge Ballynalty and Friend Kevin Sheridan for four afternoons had good fishing landing fish on all four outings with Ted landing the best of the fish at 6 lbs. on a dry sedge.
Ted Wherry with a stunnign 6 pounder on dry sedge
In the Cornamona area, Richard Molloy of Ballard Shore Boat Hire & Self Catering (+353 (0)87 2879339) reports of a group of five anglers for the week enjoying good fishing in the Dooras area landing numerous fish mainly on dry Daddies, best fish 3 lbs. and all fish sportingly released.
In the Greenfields area, Waterford father & son Duo John & Sean Ronayne on Tuesday and Wednesday last had 11 fish for two days with the best fish 3 lbs. all sportingly released. 
Young Waterford angler, Sean Ronayne, successful on Corrib

Watch their release video…

In the Oughterard area, Basil Shields of Ardnasillagh Lodge (+353 (0)91 552550) reports of Dublin anglers Eddie Rowe and  Mark Rogan landing 11 fish for two days with the best fish being 1.75 lbs. on daphnia.
Dublin angler Eddie Rowe staying at Ardnasillagh Lodge with Corrib Trout
On Thursday last, Cork angler Eddie O’Callaghan had two fish best fish just a little over two pounds.
On the Lower Corrib on Friday last, Galway angler Harold O Toole had five fish on dry sedges with the best fish being two and a half pounds.