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Wednesday, June 3, 2020

3\6\20


3/6/20 As we all know the Waterville Fishery is extremely low in the water department and today’s North-Northeast wind certainly did not help the Currane angler’s enthusiasm, which is quite understandable but Thankfully this reporter is currently one boot ahead, just. That sums up today’s notes. Wind as already stated, bright and sunny all day but as you can imagine today was much cooler thanks to the North East wind. Yesterday’s weather 20.2 centigrade.   

Tuesday, June 2, 2020

2/6/20


2/6/20 The Currane Anglers had Currane withdrawal symptoms today as the temperature rose to a height of no spin no flies and that is no Bull, that sums up today’s angling news. Wind NW light to fresh and very warm and little to no cloud. Yesterday’s weather, maximum air temperature 21.9 centigrade.

Monday, June 1, 2020

1/6/20



1/6/20 The Currane Angler’s blood pressure is nearly as low as Lough Currane and as you can see by this photo taken 3 miles away, give or take from the Bull rock and that sums up today’s lack of action, or you could say the heat is on the Currane Anglers, so on that note we finish today’s notes on this evening sunset on the Currane waters. Wind West light and bright sunshine and very warm. Yesterday’s weather, maximum air temperature 24.1 centigrade.     

Sunday, May 31, 2020

31/5/20


31/5/20 Well its at the end of May plus the June bank Holliday all in one, not one fish recorded this day and what would you expect with a low Lake, clear skies, and air temperatures in the high twenties. I know Currane Anglers are true Professionals but give us a break. Wind Southeast light. Yesterday’s weather, maximum air temperature, 21.9 centigrade.   

Saturday, May 30, 2020

30/5/20

30/5/20 All quiet on all fronts. Wind Southeast light to fresh. Sunny all day. Yesterday’s weather, maximum air temperature 22.1 centigrade.   

Friday, May 29, 2020

29/5/20


29/5/20 A better fishing day weather wise but sadly the Lough Currane Wild Atlantic Salmon kept their Mouths shut and stayed deep as the Currane Waters get lower and lower. Wind Southeast light to fresh with the odd strong gust, Yesterday’s weather, maximum air temperature 23.0 centigrade.       

Thursday, May 28, 2020

28/5/20


28/5/20 The Currane Anglers were at a standstill thanks to a strong Southeast wind followed by bright sunshine all day. Yesterday’s weather 17.3 centigrade, so on that note we will head for memories past on Lough Currane and my apologies to UK and Currane Angler, Mr. Gary W Humphrey for not putting it up sooner.       
Frank, Gary, Brod

The above Photo brings back many happy memories of Fishing Lough Currane with my Father & Brod O’Sullivan of Stela Maris Waterville.
This particular trip was very fruitful the Year 2000 June I believe, we had fantastic fishing with Brod who at the time said it was like the old Days, 11 Salmon & 17 Sea Trout caught all around Lough Currane, all Trolling, lost as many again. The weather at the time was very rough with intermittent showers which prevented the Drift Netters from venturing out to Sea.  This we believe allowed a fantastic run of Grilse to enter Lough Currane and we were lucky enough to be there for this Bonanza.
Regards Gary