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Salmon and Sea Trout Angling Licence for 2021 now available

Salmon before being released back into water

Salmon and Sea Trout Angling Licence for 2021 now available   Anglers are advised to purchase licences early to acquire them before Christmas Inland Fisheries Ireland has reopened its Salmon and Sea Trout Angling licence sales for the 2021 season.  E-licences can now be purchased online at www.store.fishinginireland.info and will be delivered along with a logbook straight to your phone or computer....

A last few fish on Currane at the season’s close

Currane in the deadly hour!

Vincent Appleby reports from Lough Currane… 7/10/20 All quiet on all fronts. Wind South Southwest light, followed by rain all afternoon and still raining this evening, humidity 91%. Yesterday’s weather, maximum air temperature 14.3 centigrade. 8/10/20 All quiet in the fly department, wind Northwest light, humidity 69% with reasonable cloud cover at times. Just for the record it made a flood last...

Blustery winds and looming lockdown see a quiet few days on Currane

Lough Currane 02 October 2020

Vincent Appleby reports from Lough Currane… 2/10/20 Lough Currane was all quiet in the drifting department and that is not surprising with a strong North-Northeast wind blowing and followed by heavy showers. Yesterday’s Weather, maximum air temperature 12 centigrade. 3/10/20 On today’s action all quiet on the Southwest front. Wind Northwest light with reasonable cloud cover at times, humidity 74%. Yesterday’s weather,...

14lb salmon caught and released on last day of season on Currane

14lb currane salmon

Vincent Appleby reports from Lough Currane… 24/9/20 The Currane anglers were stranded on the shoreline as the yellow wind warning took control as the Northwest gales hammered the lake and veered North with no respite, but not all was lost as the heavens opened last night and early this morning, which made good fishing for the River Inny. Today’s weather as...

Currane produces sea trout in south westerlies but shift to east slows it down again

Vincent Appleby reports from Lough Currane… 10/9/20 I stand corrected and guilty as charged for failing miserably in my duties for not checking my texts properly yesterday, so my apologies, so let us put the record straight. Well for starters, the Currane fly anglers caught a few nice Sea Trout on the drift. In the Salmon department there was a fine...

Good sea trout fishing on Kylemore last week

Eric Logan with his 8lb 4oz sea trout

Janet McDonnell from Kylemore House Fishery was in touch with a report of a very large trout caught by Eric Logan last week. The report was compiled by Dave Richards, one of the DADS involved.   DADS on Tour On Tuesday 10th of September six anglers from the Dublin Amateur Dapping Society (DADS) set out from the jetty at Kylemore House. Armed...

Good fishing at Owenmore Fishery last week, to improve again next week with rain

Owenmore upper lakes

Frank Maunsell from the Owenmore Fishery reports: 14 September: At the start of last week we had very good water in the river and while we had a few resident fish we also had two grand fish. We had a salmon 10 lbs caught and a seatrout 5 lbs both with lice. The water levels have dropped now and with no rain forecast...

Currane dirty, a few juniors caught and salmon on the Butlers Pool

Vincent Appleby reports from Lough Currane… 27/8/20 In the words of local Gillie Mr. Tom O’Shea of www.flyfishingatloughcurrane.com and I quote, Westerly wind blowing down the Lake, Lough Currane is still dirty after the previous day’s rain, well that sums up today’s manipulations, humidity 88%. Yesterday’s weather, maximum air temperature 17.8 centigrade. 28/8/20 Not many boats out this day and for good...

Salmon and sea trout on Currane between storms, fishing on the rivers between floods

A good flood on the Inny

Vincent Appleby reports from Lough Currane… 20/8/20 Storm Ellen certainly left its mark in last night’s rain department with Valentia recording 34.4 mm of rainfall and that does not include today’s rainfall. As you can imagine the Waterville anglers had a great choice of Rivers, starting with the C&R River Inny, Commeragh River and of course not forgetting the World-Famous Butler...

Rocky shores and sandy beaches fishing well in Donegal

Waiting for a bite

Stefan Martin reports on the Killybegs Mariners SAC recent shore angling trips... 13 August: A nice relaxing day on a Donegal beach is a medicine that everyone needs now and then. Throw in some lovely fish and its a great day out. Turbot, weevers, flounders and trout for the mariners crew today. Note a large number of weever now on...