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Saturday, July 17, 2010


On the evening shift Mr. Stephen Galvin, caught four juniors and two fine brown Trout in the 1.5 class.

There was another small flood this morning, but this didn’t deter my noble anglers from procuring my Noble game fish. First to the trolling department, Mr. John Baller of the UK, fishing with his Gillie Mr. Neil O’Shea, caught two Grilse, John’s fish weighed in at 4lbs and 6lbs, and John finished the day off with 2 juniors, also in good for was Mr. Michael Roden, fishing with his Gillie Mr. junior Scully, Michael, caught a fine Grilse and finished the day off with 1 sea Trout. Now to the total fly only department, local Angler Mr. Tony O’Sullivan caught 2 2lbs Sea Trout in Coffees Bay, sadly Tony couldn’t make it a hat trick, but that fishing, staying with fly only, Mr. Bill Rushby fishing with his gillie Mr. Dominic Mc Gillicuddy caught 5 sea trout in the Junior class. In the hired out boat department an angler, caught 2 Sea Trout. Just for the record the Waterville Angling Centre, reported to me that Higher Lakes are fishing well, so if you want a taste of the Upper Lakes you want to book now, Contact Mr. Kevin Braine of the Waterville Angling Centre, on 0876766986. Wind NNW light to fresh with reasonable cloud cover.

Waterville Fisheries development Group.
Annual catch & Release Sea Trout Competition
On Lough Currane
6th and 7th of August
1st prize 19ft boat, partly sponsored by John Meagher
To register for the competition contact
Fisheries Manger
Mr. Trevor Stafford
@ or
Mobile 0879100906

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