Dan O’Neill, fishery manager at Mount Juliet is back again with more news from the Nore…
Water temperaturess are on the increase recently, as expected with the great weather and the river dropping. The seams and glides are taking shape now that the water has dropped.
We had a few anglers on the fishery the past few days, each trying there own favourite method. Wet fly claimed quite a few fish and was probably the most productive. Nymph fishing was slow for the most part and the dry dropper was slow to medium.
I managed a little bit of dry dropper at the top end of the fishery and had some great trout quite a few at 30cm and one great fish of 36cm. There were plenty of fish sipping on the flats as evening set in making for some great dry fly fishing. Huge hatches of flies swarmed the river channel making it look like a busy M50 zooming up and down. One stopping on my fishing rod for a quick break.
There are only 4 spaces left for the June classes that are taking place in the river , ring for details or to book a place.
New to the club this season in the month of June are beginner classes covering various methods. Learn to make your own tapered leaders, leader set ups for different techniques. After all the set ups are covered there will be 2 hours guided tuition on one of three beats on the Nore. Spaces are limited – contact me for more details.
For information on day tickets or memberships please call me on 0857652751 or email [email protected]
Mount Juliet Estate.
Mount Juliet House is set on a large estate, which offers private fishing on 2.5 miles of the middle to lower reaches of the River Nore. Mount Juliet Estate offers fishing of the highest quality, just a short stroll away from the Manor House. There is a fishing room on site in the Manor House for your convenience i.e. for storage and drying of fishing equipment. Mount Juliet Estate can also provide the necessary equipment on site if needed.