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Wednesday, October 4, 2017

4/10/17

4/10/17 Lough Currane was on the wild side with a strong SW wind blowing down the Lake as anglers pondered on their next move and I can tell you it didn’t take them long to come to the  conclusion that the Bar was the order of the day. Wind as already stated. Yesterdays weather, maximum air temperature 14.3c.

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  1. THREE juniors caught in the last 3 days since the beginning of the extension of the season, and THIS is actually something that warrants mention for a lake with an area of over 2,500 acres??? SERIOUSLY... With no more disturbances from boats trolling lures, this is the outcome? This really sums it up that Currane is a lake that is screaming out for help. Will somebody, anybody, who is in a state of sound mind & body please call out for help for a lake that cannot speak for itself. It was not all that long ago that a short drift in Coffey's Bay would give you 3 juniors before it was time to move the boat a few yards & get another 3. The whole community of Waterville needs to make the complete collapse of the seatrout their priority if they ever hope to expect any anglers to visit Waterville in 2018. Give the fish every chance to recover, speak out against the issues that are threatening the future of the fish & the whole catchment. Connemara suffered the same fate many years ago & came very close to losing their seatrout forever - but they had the balls to do something about it. Waterville now needs to do the same.

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