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Wednesday, January 29, 2014


It was a day for the Students of the First Year AONAD Class 1D
 at Coláiste na Sceilge, Caherciveen, because they were up at the Waterville Hatchery, and as you can see by the photos they learnt a lot about their fishery, guided by Mr. Rod Robinson of the W.F.D.G. and after their trip to the hatchery I believe the students had to write a 10 page essay on their trip to the hatchery all I can say is, their grammar would be better than mine, so I will stick to the camera. so well done to all who helped to release my Noble Salmon Fry. The students were from the First Year AONAD Class 1D at Coláiste na Sceilge, Caherciveen. They were accompanied by Miss
Condon. (The aonad is the gaelic speaking/learning unit at the school) Now we head down stream to Lough Currane and straight to the Kelt department Local Gillie Mr. Michael Dwyer, caught 6 Salmon Kelts, 5 spent Sea Trout, and topped that with a fine 2 lbs Brown Trout, and Mike was telling that he had 4 more good strikes and that was his ration for day. Wind NNE light to fresh with heavy showers for most of the day.

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