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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

31/1/12

Just got back from Cork, and my Noble Salmon was as quiet as my Mobile phone, Need I say more.

Monday, January 30, 2012

30/1/12

Again all quiet on the SW front, or you could say my noble fishermen failed miserably in their duties in all departments. Wind SSE light with light rain for most of the afternoon.
Special Note I am going to Cork Tomorrow, might be back late so if there is no update you will know why,sorry for this but with any luck that wont be the case.  

Sunday, January 29, 2012

29/1/12

All Quiet on the SW front in all departments except for the Odd Kelt and a few spent Trout being caught. Wind wise little too none and reasonably mild.

Saturday, January 28, 2012

28/1/12

Lough Currane was on the quiet side, with just one or two boats out, Local Gillie Mr. Bob Priestly caught a Kelt on the troll fishing on the north side and a Cork Angler fishing on the south side caught two spent Sea Trout on the troll and both Sea Trout were in the 4 too 5lbs class. In the past day, I have been Criticized for the lack of reporting on the web, all I can say too that renowned Gillie Mr. Dominic McGillicuddy, you can blame my Noble anglers because if they don’t produce I can’t report. Wind well I will leave that until tomorrow

Friday, January 27, 2012

27/1/12

There was just bit of action by local Gillie Mr. Bob priestly, and Bob was telling me that he caught on Kelt, and the odd spent Trout. Wind NW light with showers throughout the day.

Thursday, January 26, 2012

26/1/12

All quiet on the SW Front, Wind WNW fresh and very cold  and overcast with hail showers throughout the day, with plenty snow on the hills early this morning.

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

25/1/12

Lough Currane was like the wild west with a storm force SSW wind blowing across the lake, so all boat stations were at a standstill for most of the day.

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

24/1/12

No reports of any real rod benders and with only one or two boats out that’s not surprising.

Monday, January 23, 2012

23/1/12

Just one or two boats out and all quiet on the SW front, except for the odd kelt being caught.

Sunday, January 22, 2012

22/1/12

All quiet on the SW front except for odd Kelt and spent trout being caught.          

Saturday, January 21, 2012

21/1/12

There were a few boats out, but the only bit of action they reported was in the Kelt and spent Trout department. Wind WNW fresh and overcast and cold.

Friday, January 20, 2012

20/1/12

just two boats out all they reported were a few Spent Tout and one or two Kelts caught. Wind west light to fresh and overcast in the afternoon.        

Thursday, January 19, 2012

19/1/12

There were 4 boats manipulating on Lough Currane today, be it fly or troll all failed miserably in their duties, on the Kelt front just the the odd one or two caught.        

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

18/1/12

All quiet on the SW front today except for a few Kelts caught on the troll.      

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

17/1/12

 Great to be back and Tight lines for the 2012 Season.
Now down to today’s facts, Lough Currane Got off  to a fine start with a fine 8lbs Salmon caught on the troll by Mr. Dermot Devereux fishing with his Gillie Mr. Neil O’Shea and of www.oshealoughcurrane.com and not satisfied with that they put their rods out again and contacted another, but sadly my Noble Gentlemen came off, and this evening Mr. Dermot Devereux and his Gillie headed for the Waterville Inn To receive The Paddy Carey Memorial Cup and a fine Gold watch, and in the words of Shakespeare today’s catch was what you would call poetic justice, Nice one Paddy your Nephew Neil, did well.  Wind S fresh and overcast with rain for most of the day.        

Thursday, January 12, 2012

2012 Salmon and Sea Trout Season

IMPORTANT NOTICE!
The Waterville Fisheries Development Group invites you to its AGM at 7.30 PM on Monday 16th January 2012 at the Waterville Inn, Waterville, Co Kerry. All members are welcome! If any member wishes to raise a topic for discussion under AOB please contact Kevin O’Sullivan, Secretary to the Management Committee with details. Kevin can be contacted c/o The Tackle Shop, Waterville, Co Kerry or via email: secretary@loughcurrane.com
CELEBRATE THE START OF THE FISHING SEASON @THE WATERVILLE INN JAN 17TH 2012!!
INTRODUCING THE PADDY CAREY MEMORIAL CUP
WHICH WILL BE PRESENTED FOR THE FIRST SALMON CAUGHT ON LOUGH CURRANE. IN ADDITION TO THIS AN ENGRAVED GENTLEMANS WATCH WILL BE AWARDED TO THE FIRST SALMON CAUGHT BY A VISITING ANGLER.
THE ERNST M.H. APPLEBY MEMORIAL CUP
WHICH WILL BE PRESENTED FOR THE LARGEST SEA-TROUT CAUGHT ON THE FLY ON LOUGH CURRANE.
 COMPLIMENTARY HOT WHISKEY/PORT ON ARRIVAL FOLLOWED BY A HEARTY BEEF&GUINNESS STEW FOR ALL FISHERMEN FROM 4PM.
*LIVE MUSIC AND CRAIC*
For additional Information Contact DAMIAN on 0868812204  or  GRANT on 0866089856