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Difficult fishing on the Moy Estuary but calmer days produce good numbers of sea trout

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The Moy Estuary

Judd Ruane of Fishing Ireland reports that June has been a difficult month on the Moy Estuary with northerly winds causing many bookings to be cancelled or postponed.

However, he reports that there is still a good head of fish in the lower estuary and results have been good on calmer days.

Grahem Hodgson, UK, with a fine sea trout from the Moy Estuary

For week ending 16th June, 10 rods caught 52 sea trout over 3 days on Pegasus. A couple of local boats did well on Wednesday on the Moy Bar with fish up to 3.5 lbs.

Go Fishing

Pegasus II

Quicksilver 640 Yamaha 120hp
Skipper: Judd Ruane
Licence: 1555
Base: Ballina Operational area: Ballina
Quay and Moy Estuary.

Notes: The angling boat Pegasus is equipped with the
latest technology, fishing tackle and safety equipment. Licenced for a
maximum of 4 rods skipper Judd Ruane specialises in catching sea trout
on the beautiful Moy Estuary. Daily charter departs Ballina Quay and booking
is essential. A salmon licence is required.

Address: Creggs Road, Ballina, Co. Mayo.
Telephone: + 353 (0)87673 6969 and +353 (0) 96 22183
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.fishingireland.ie