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Wednesday, July 7, 2010


Mr. Dominic Mc Gillicuddy, has informed me that his clients, Mr. Tom Duggan and Mr. Tom Nugent, also caught a Grilse, in the mouth of the Commeragh.
Lough Currane was on the wild side, so I will start on the Butler Pool, Mr. Steven Duffy, caught a 6lbs Grilse on the fly with his Gillie Mr. Michael O’Sullivan, staying with the famous Butler Pool and of Mr. Tom Corcoran caught a fine Grilse. Now we head upstream to Lough Currane, there was a strong Southerly wind and at times veered SE, but this didn’t deter anglers heading out, to catch my noble game fish, Mr. Brian Sheil, caught a fine 1.5lbs Sea Trout and 1 Brown Trout, and his Father, Leslie caught a couple of Juniors, all were caught on the troll on the south side of the lake, with their Gillie Mr. Vincent Appleby, now we head to the north side to the Commeragh, Mr Tom Duggan and his Grandson Mr. Tom Nugent, caught 4 Sea Trout, 3 in the 2lbs class and one Junior, all caught on the fly, with their Gillie Mr. Dominic Mc Gillicuddy, now for a mixture of fly and troll, Mr. Anthony Buckley, caught 5 Sea Trout, 4 on the troll and 1 on the fly, with his gillie Mr. Tom O’Shea, staying in the trolling department, Mr. Don Thomson and Mr. Dom Franklin, fishing with their gillie Mr. Neil O’Shea, caught two juniors on the troll, and Last but not least Mr. James Henchey of the UK caught one Sea trout on the troll, with his gillie Mr. Bob Priestly. And on the weather front it was overcast with light rain all morning and got quite heavy at lunch time. Wind as all ready stated

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