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Sunday, November 26, 2017

26/11/17

Breaking news the
WLRT Supporters Draw. This morning. Winner Hughie Reid.

Saturday, October 28, 2017

Saturday, October 21, 2017

21/10/17

Weather update and in the words of http://thecrescentwaterville.ie/ Be safe this is worse than Ophelia for us here in Waterville & Kerry. There is no argument to that.

Friday, October 20, 2017

20/10/17

20/10/17 Storm Brian to hit Kerry early tomorrow morning with gusts up to 130 km plus with 25mm+ of rainfall, just for the record there was 31.4 mm of rainfall yesterday and a grand total on 96.6mm so far this month, so one can say My Noble Salmon and Sea Trout have all water they need as they head for the mighty breeding grounds of the Waterville Fishery

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

17/10/17

17/10/17 Calm after the Storm and thankfully South Kerry got away with it with little to no damage but as as you can see by the videos it was wild. 

Sunday, October 15, 2017

15/10/17

15/10/17 Breaking News Hurricane Ophelia will hit Kerry and it looks like Derrynane is right in line as is all SW Kerry so look out and watch this space or even better look at www.meteoearth.com  and see it for yourself as it moves and Thanks to Vincent Hyland of Wild Derrynane.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

12/10/17

12/10/17 Well its that’s time of year again as the Curtin comes down on the 2017 Salmon and Sea Trout season and by all accounts my Noble anglers failed to register a strike on this last day and I can say without any fear of contradiction they failed miserably in their duties in all departments, so on that note, rock on 2018 Salmon and Sea Trout Season and keep the Waterville Fishery and Irish Flag flying high. I would also like to say a big thank you to all the team at the Inland fisheries Ireland and of www.fisheriesireland.ie for all their help this past season as they always do. On a personal note I would like to thank all the readers and anglers for sending photos and your own notes in. Last but not least a Big Thanks to Mr. Paul Burke, who writes for the Trout and Salmon magazine. I will finish by saying I look forward to reporting to you all in 2018 and may your lines be tight.