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Low water levels prevail on the Moy

The Moy at Foxford

Kevin O’Boyle reports from the River Moy…

River Moy Angling Report week ending 11/09/2022

Low water levels prevail, even after some rain and a small flood which didn’t even reach the lower sections of the Moy, which was a disappointment for anglers.

Water levels recorded at Ballylahan Bridge (waterlevel.ie) on the Monday morning were 0.567m and rose over a few days to 0.569m and dropped back to 0.281m by Sunday night. Still 43 salmon and 4 sea trout were reported, with 15 of these salmon released and the 4 sea trout were also released.

The Moy Fishery recorded 4 sea trout for the week, all released.

Mount Falcon Fishery had 4 salmon for the week and 1 released.

Armstrong Fishery recorded 1 salmon caught on the bubble and fly.

The Foxford Fishery reported 12 grilse, all caught on bubble and fly.

Foxford Salmon Anglers reported 3 salmon from their Rinnaney stretch.

Foxford Rocks Fishery reported 1 salmon for the week.

 East Mayo Anglers recorded 20 salmon for the week, 14 released.