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Sunday, September 2, 2018

2/9/18

Junior caught by Paul Lawton 
2/9/18 There was great action on Lough Currane today so we start in Sea Trout department. UK fly Anglers, Stoop and Darcy party caught two Juniors on the drift, while fly-fishing with their Gillie Mr. Neil O’Shea and at www.oshealoughcurrane.com staying in the Sea Trout department, renowned Cork fly angler Mr. Paul Lawton caught 10 Juniors on the drift and Paul reported that his best Sea Trout of the day was 2 ½ lbs. Now we head for the Killarney Salmon and Trout Club and their annual visit to Lough Currane and they made a little bit of history by having their first ever Brown Trout competition on Currane and what a cracker of a day they had. So lets go to the facts of the day. 9 Killarney fly anglers headed out of from www.lakelandshouse.com This morning  to the Brown Trout grounds of Currane and it wasn’t long before hell broke out as their reels sang and as lunch was approaching to say the Brown trout were boiling would be an understatement because one angler complaine
d that he had to continue casting and catching and missed his lunch but as he said I wasn’t  browned off with a smile. By the end of their day, the Killarney Salmon and Trout anglers caught 50 Brown Trout between them and added a few nice Sea Trout but sadly Sea Trout didn’t count. Their Brown Trout of the day weighed in at 1 ¾ lbs. Wind SE strong then veered NW come afternoon light and overcast with heavy rain at times and there was a nice flood coming down the Finglas this afternoon. Yesterday weather, maximum air temperature 20. 3 c.

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