Kevin O’Boyle reports from the River Moy…
MOY CATCHMENT ANGLING REPORT
Week ending 25/07/21
A brilliant week of sunshine with temperatures reaching over 25˚ Celsius throughout the week. Calm weather and blue skies all week resulted in lower angling effort and significantly reduced catches. Water temperatures were well over 20˚ Celsius all week too and water levels at Ballylahan Bridge reduced from 0.272 m at the start of the week to 0.192 m on Sunday. Ninety-nine salmon were reported caught within the Moy catchment for the week.
Thirteen grilse were caught on the Moy Fishery waters, 8 of which were caught on the Ridge Pool and 5 on the Cathedral Beat. All fish were caught on the fly and four salmon were released.
Ballina Salmon Anglers reported 10 salmon for the week.
Mount Falcon Fishery produced 5 salmon.
Knockmore Anglers had 4 salmon while Attymass waters reported 1 salmon.
Byrne’s Fishery reported 3 salmon.
Armstrong’s Fishery reported 4 for the week.
Gannon’s Fishery produced 2 salmon for the week.
Granville Nesbitt reported 23 grilse from the Foxford Fishery.
Foxford Salmon Anglers reported 16 grilse from their waters.
Reports from the Foxford town waters reveal that at least 1 grilse was caught for the week.
Cloongee Fishery produced 4 grilse on bubble and fly and all fish were released.
Reports from East Mayo Anglers reveal that 9 grilse were caught for the week with 4 of them released.