Vincent Appleby reports from Lough Currane…
10/9/2021 The Currane Anglers were all quiet on the Western front this day. Wind NW light with reasonable cloud cover.
11/9/2021 I think Currane anglers were concentrating more on the All Ireland Final than manipulating flies and lures this day as they watched the Red hands of Tyrone made sure the so called curse of Mayo continues as they went down by 2-14 to Mayo’s 0-15 if this was a Currane fishing result there would be a good few Currane Anglers smiling. Wind NW light with reasonable cloud cover.
12/9/2021 All quiet in all departments so on that note we will head for an article on escapes well worth clicking. Wind ENE light and variable and overcast.
13/9/2021 The Currane anglers were all quiet on all fronts. Wind ESE light to fresh and variable, followed by light and heavy rain throughout the day.
14/9/2021 Straight to today’s facts, firstly there was a good flood last night, so one doesn’t need be a rocket engineer to know the C&R Inny anglers were manipulating their skills this day and here is some of today’s C&R Inny action, there were four Salmon caught on the fly and one on the spin.
Now we head for Lough Currane, there were 5 boats out and there was a mixture of Juniors and Brown Trout caught on the drift. Wind light to calm NNW with reasonable cloud cover in the morning as you can see by the picture but come early afternoon their was a fair bit of bright sunshine.
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The rivers and lakes of Waterville drain a large catchment and are regarded by many as the foremost Salmon and Sea-Trout fishery in the country. The lake system is well developed with access to boats and guides being readily available to the tourist angler. The Sea-Trout caught here are renowned for their size and quantity. For more details see