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Tuesday, February 19, 2019


19/2/19 No anglers to be seen this day as the wild winds from the SW take control of Lough Currane and to top it all the rain lashed down and it wasn’t long before there was a big flood coming down the Commeragh. On a personal note, even though conditions have been Kat in the past few days I can tell you once the Lake settles down after today’s big flood, fly anglers should make sure their fly lines are in order or if you are old-fashioned, well greased so that you can take that first Salmon on the fly. Yesterdays weather amount of rainfall 2.7 mm. Maximum air temperature 10.3 c.   

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