Lucky Conn anglers enjoy exceptionally mayfly season!

Declan Cooke reports Lough Conn has not seen much trout angling traffic over the last few weeks due to the COVID-19 lockdown. However, those local...

High winds hamper Mayfly fishing on Conn & Cullin

Kevin O'Boyle reports from Loughs Conn & Cullin... Again, fishing was very difficult and slow on the lakes. Winds were a consistent feature of the...

Trout fishing on Conn still a little patchy

Delan Cooke from our Ballina office reports that trout fishing on Conn still a little patchy. Rod effort is probably down on previous years...

Angling prospects improve on Loughs Conn and Cullin

Recent reports from the loughs suggest there is as yet no sign of any mayfly hatch, although good hatches of Duckfly, and increasingly Olives...

Slow fishing on windy and wet Conn and Cullin

Poor weather, high winds and heavy rain hampered all efforts for a good angling week. While some fresh water was badly needed to freshen...

First of the season’s mayfly hatches well underway on Loughs Conn & Cullin

Declan Cooke reports There hasn’t been a huge amount of angling activity on either Lough Conn or Cullin until last weekend. Those that have ventured...

Better conditions result in greater catches on Lough Conn

Milder weather of late has led to an increase in fly activity on the lake, coupled with an increase in angling effort leading to...
Lough Conn Brownie

Good trout fishing on Conn and Cullen despite coo, bright weather

Declan cooke, IFI Ballina, tells us there were good reports of trout on L. Conn & Cullin last week, despite bright, cool weather which...

Better conditions and better fishing on Loughs Conn and Cullin

Angling has improved somewhat on the Loughs with Mayfly hatching in reasonable numbers, as well as hatches of Olives continuing. The warm settled weather...

Trout fishing in Lough Conn is very good in the cold conditions and anglers...

Lough Conn & Lough Cullin Declan Cooke reports It has been a week of squalls and cold northerly and north-westerly winds but anglers were braving the...