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Saturday, September 14, 2013


Pleases Release me                                                                      
 My Noble Sea trout Anglers had little to talk about this morning, because Lough Currane was like a milk pond, but come 1.30 pm there was a gentle breeze from the NW and it wasn't long before there was some action, so lets get to the rod benders, the King of the Lough Currane C&R Sea trout fly department, Mr. Sean Smith of the UK fishing with his Gillie Mr. Neil O’Shea of was in cracking form with two cracking fish, the first Sea Trout weighed in at 5 lbs and the action didn't stop there, it wasn't long before Sean was into another cracker of a Sea Trout in the 8 lbs class and as always Sean conquered my Noble Sea Trout but alas only with the fly rod, not the priest. Staying with the North side and the Bungalow, Mr, Rod Robinson of Waterville. caught a few Sea Trout on the drift and yesterday 12/9/13 Mr. Anthony O’Sullivan caught 4 Sea Trout on the drift. Staying in the Sea trout department, a guest angler from the USA fishing with his Gillie Mr. Dominic McGillicuddy of caught 2 Juniors on the fly. Now to the hired out boat department of Mr. John Cahill and Mr. Phil McCarthy, caught 3 Sea Trout all in the Junior class and Mr. Phil Cronin caught 2 Sea Trout all caught on the fly.Weather, wind as all ready stated, there was light misty rain this morning but come 11am the cloud broke and there was a fair bit of sunshine.                                                                      

And let me go
photos taken by Mr. Neil O'Shea

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