Vincent Appleby reports from Lough Currane…
18/3/3 Two boats manipulating this day, no fresh salmon ccaught. Just for the record the odd Kelt was caught. Wind North light and bright.
19/3/21 There were two boats manipulating this day and just for the record they were the same anglers as yesterday and the only bit of action was in the Kelt department. Wind NNE light and variable, bright and sunny all day.
20/3/21 There were 3 boats out today, their order of merit, two Brown tag Boats and one Salmon Angler forced to the Trout department because he has caught his quota in the Spring Salmon department for 2021 roll on May and just for the record Mr. Eric Jouen of Waterville Boats and at firstname.lastname@example.org did catch a few Trout on the drift. Wind Light Variable SW veered NNW with reasonable cloud cover.
21/3/21 Great to see a Brown tag Anglers Versus the Currane Barless Anglers out this day and I can say without any fear of contradiction it was a no score result. Just for the record their order of merit is as follows, One Barbless Boat, 3 hand me down Tag Boats, 3 Brown tag outright winners. Wind SE then Veered SSW light and overcast.
22/3/21 The Currane anglers be they a privileged Brown Tag merchant or a Barbless Merchant, I can say they were all Salmonless Merchants this day. Just for the record there were 4 boats out this day. Wind South light and overcast.
23/3/21 The Currane anglers were all quiet on all fronts on the day shift, on the evening shift there was one boat out for an hour or so, but sadly his lines stayed slack. Wind light to fresh SSW then veered NW and overcast followed by the odd shower.
24/3/21 Just one Brown tag Boat out manipulating on the Currane waters this day and caught 1 Kelt for his efforts. Wind SSW followed by the odd shower come evening the wind veered NW.
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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