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    The Ridge Pools first salmon of the season, caught by Garrett Ruigrok, on a Bann Special

    Unfortunately, the Ridge Pool Webcam is offline for technical reasons.
    We are endeavouring to get it back online as soon as possible. Apologies for any convenience.

     

     

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    Latest News from the Moy

    • Challenging season on the Moy comes to a close October 6, 2023Challenging season on the Moy comes to a close
      Steve Schreck reports from the River Moy… Angling Report week ending 01/10/23 As the days are getting shorter and the salmon fishing season has now come to an end, let us reflect on and reminisce about the bygone season for a moment. It can’t be denied that 2023 was a bit of a peculiar year. As always, anglers being ...

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    • Slight upswing in catch numbers on the Moy September 29, 2023Slight upswing in catch numbers on the Moy
      Steve Schreck reports from the River Moy… Angling Report week ending 24/09/23 Last week saw a bit of an upswing in catch numbers in the Moy catchment again, even though conditions were a bit of a mixed bag with low water followed by a big flood. Water levels at Ballylahan read 0.36m on Monday, rose to 1.78m ...
    • “Ireland on the Fly” discuss the 2023 salmon season on the Moy together with guide & casting instructor Garreth Ruigrok September 28, 2023"Ireland on the Fly" discuss the 2023 salmon season on the Moy together with guide & casting instructor Garreth Ruigrok
      Before we say goodbye to the 2023 salmon season this week – and many anglers will like to say good riddance we’re sure – Tom and Daire wanted to find out how Ireland’s most iconic salmon river, the Moy, has fared, and what good news, if any, can be gleaned from that part of the ...
    • Low water levels and low angling pressure on the Moy September 21, 2023Low water levels and low angling pressure on the Moy
        Steve Schreck reports from the River Moy… Angling Report week ending 17/09/23 Despite low water levels and low angling pressure the Moy catchment recorded a slight improvement in catch numbers. Water levels at Ballylahan Bridge hovered around 0.35m all week long. In total, 104 salmon have been reported caught for the week.  Ballina Salmon Anglers reported 7 salmon ...
    • Moy Catchment Angling Report – W/E 10/09/23 September 15, 2023Moy Catchment Angling Report - W/E 10/09/23
      Steve Schreck reports from the Moy: The water in the Moy catchment settled to low water levels last week, with readings at Ballylahan bridge showing 0.54 on Monday and 0.36 on Sunday. Not too many anglers ventured out to tempt their luck. In total, 66 salmon have been reported caught for the week. The Moy Fishery recorded ...
    • Slight upswing in catch numbers on the Moy but fishing still slow September 6, 2023Slight upswing in catch numbers on the Moy but fishing still slow
      Steve Schreck reports from the River Moy… Angling Report week ending 03/09/23 Good weather and favourable water levels at Ballylahan Bridge between 0.6m and 0.9m the past week were responsible for a bit of an upswing in catch numbers on the Moy catchment. In total 100 salmon have been reported caught for the week ending 03/09/2023. Ballina Salmon ...

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    Anglers should note that the angling conditions displayed refer to the Ridge Pool only and are not representative of the Moy upstream of Ballina or any other systems in the North Mayo area