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Thursday, February 28, 2013

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Michael  O'Sullivan

All the head lines go to Mr. Michael O’Sullivan of Waterville boats and @ watervilleboats@gmail.com and for good reason while Michael was manipulating in the trolling department, his trolling rod went off like a rocket with a 20 lbs Salmon on the end of the line, and Michael was in for one hell of battle with my Noble Salmon and I can tell you it took Michael 1 hour to conquer the old Gentlemen, and I can tell you once the Paparazzi got their photos, Michael headed straight to the Lobster Bar and the rest is history. Wind NE light to calm and overcast.            
Mr. Michael O'Sullivan
The King Of the Troll

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

26/2/13


There were only two manipulating, and I can say without any fear of contradiction the failed miserably in their duties, wind E calm and variable.          

Monday, February 25, 2013

25/2/13


 All quiet on the SW front, weather conditions the same as yesterday.        

Sunday, February 24, 2013

24/2/13


Lough Currane was on the quiet side, even though there was some good activity in the Kelt department. Wind ESE Light to calm.        

Saturday, February 23, 2013

23/2/13

The same results as yesterday in all departments, need I say more.      

Friday, February 22, 2013

22/2/13


As I am sure you all know it’s a month today since my Father sadly past away, and as my father used to say, life must go on, many a true word spoken in gesture, so lets get down today’s facts or I should say the lack of them, and in the words of young Mr. Terence Wharton, wind east and freezing and no good.    

Thursday, February 21, 2013


All fishing stations were at a standstill due to a strong ESE wind blowing across the lake, and if there were any anglers manipulating they want their heads seen to.  

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

20/2/13


20/2/13 Lough Currane was on the wild side, with a strong ESE wind blowing and what boats that did venture out, failed as usual, so all I can say is no comment.

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

19/2/13


You can say with out any fear of contradiction my Noble Anglers failed miserably in their duties. Wind SSE fresh with reasonable cloud cover.    

Monday, February 18, 2013


Alas the same results as yesterday in all departments, need I say more.      

Sunday, February 17, 2013

17/2/13


Lough Currane was at a standstill, and for good reason there was a strong SE wind blowing. Wind as already stated, and overcast    

Saturday, February 16, 2013

16/2/12


There were no boats fishing the North side and for good reason there was as strong SSE wind blowing and what boats were out on the South Side failed Miserably in their duties. Wind as already stated and overcast all day.    

Friday, February 15, 2013


Mr.Mike Dwyer
Lough Currane came alive with the sound of the Shimano reel, singing its national anthem today on the south side of the lake, when renowned local Gillie Mr. Mike O’ Dwyer, caught a fine 7.5 lbs Salmon on the troll, and the crack didn’t end there, because Mike, headed straight for the Waterville Inn, to claim the Paddy Carey Memorial Cup from the Landlord, Mr. Damian Duff and his good wife Sally, for bringing in the first Salmon into the Waterville Inn, and I can tell you the pints were flowing like a spate river.  
Mike Receiving the Paddy Carey Cup from the Landlord of the Waterville Inn
Mr. Damian Duff  

Thursday, February 14, 2013

14/2/13


There were 3 boats manipulating their Lures, and begging my Noble Salmon to sing the Hardy national anthem, but alas my Noble Angler couldn't hit the right note or the right line, need I say more. Wind NW light with the odd shower.        

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

13/2/13


No reports of any real rod benders, so you can say all anglers failed miserably in their duties, wind SW and overcast with light rain all afternoon.        

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

12/2/13


Here is your the weather report, wind SE light and overcast with light and at times heavy rain, on the Game fishing front my Noble Anglers failed in all departments      

Monday, February 11, 2013

11/2/13


Lough Currane was fishing hard with a hard North cold wind blowing, there were a few boats manipulating but sadly only the spent Salmon i.e. Kelt department was producing.  

10/2/13


Again my Noble anglers failed miserably in their duties and the least said the soonest mended.  

Saturday, February 9, 2013

9/2/12


There were a few boats out manipulating, and they all failed miserably in their duties. Light rain all afternoon,

Friday, February 8, 2013

8/2/13


All quiet on the SW front after yesterdays catch, and just for the record there were 3 boats manipulating and alas they failed miserably in all departments.

Thursday, February 7, 2013

7/2/13 Breaking news first Salmon

May it be the first of many

Great news, the Lough Currane Duck was broken today when local Gillie Mr. Bob Priestley caught a 8 lbs Salmon on the troll on the North side of the lake, so congratulations to Bob, so let battle commence with my Noble Salmon.

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

6/2/13


just one or two boats out manipulating there Lures and in the words of young Terence Wharton, and I quote, not the right fella’s yet, just four Kelts, wind N light with bright sunshine.    

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

5/2/13 Back on line


                        Eric G Appleby
                    13/6/1928 to 22/1/2013            
Mr. Eric G Appleby, was a scientific instrument maker, and he and his Brother Ernest Appleby, had their own company, APPLEBY & IRELAND, and worked on the Barostat for the Martin Baker ejector seat, at present they have helped to save 7400 lives and counting, well dad you may be gone but you and your Brother will not be forgotten.
On behalf of the Appleby family, I would like thank every one in this wonderful Village of Caherdaniel, Waterville and the town of Cahersiveen, and all the people of SW Kerry and the whole of Ireland and the UK, for their great support after our Fathers passing into the Lords hands, and just one more special note, again I would like to thank, Caherdaniel PP Father Fergal Ryan, Waterville, PP Father John Kerin, Mr. and Mrs Jack Fitzgerald of Waterville, Mr. and Mrs. David O’Connor of Derrynane Hotel’ Caherdaniel, Mr. and Mrs Donal Hunt’ of Caherdaniel, Mr. and Mrs, Jimmy Galvin and Family’ of Caherdaniel, Mrs, Angela O’Sullivan’ of Caherdaniel, Miss Patricia Murphy’ of Caherdaniel, Mr. Steven O’Shea’ of Caherdaniel, South Kerry Florists’ Cahersiveen, Freddie’s Bar’ Caherdaniel, and the Blind Piper Bar’ Caherdaniel, Mr. Jack McCarthy Ballinskelligs and last but not least all the Anglers of the Waterville Fishery and the Inland fisheries.

Sorry for the long delay and as my Father, would say, Vincent you have failed miserably in your reporting duties, need I say more.
Well its great to be back on the no spin no fly’s just facts department, as you  all know there has been no cups given out on my Noble Salmon, so here is a short résumé of the past two weeks, we have had floods and at least four days lost to rough weather, and today is no exception with strong NW blowing with gusts up to 110 km/hr.