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Thursday, June 20, 2024



20/6/2024. The Currane anglers had another hard day’s of manipulations in the Salmon and Sea Trout department this day, sadly, if it had been a hard day’s night, they might have caught a record, personally I prefer carbon fibre to vinyl, if you get my drift, so on that note we will go into the backdate department, the stage and video is yours Brian. Hi Vincent!! I was down last week to no avail fishing-wise as Lough Currane was like a millpond for most of my time there 11th through 13th! However, I went for a memorable spin with The Shy Man on the 11th! While we were trolling on that aforementioned millpond, we came across a White-Tailed Eagle pursuing a merganser and possibly her ducklings!! The attached video was filmed at about 10am as the eagle buzzed the merganser until our approach! As the parent merganser left, the eagle continued to try to flush the youngsters from the shoreline - to no avail!! We moved away altogether rather than interfere! The eagle stayed put, so there must have been potential prey there for it! Kind regards, Brian O'Rorke - we'll be back!!  

Wind SW light to fresh, followed by bright sunshine all day. Yesterday’s weather, amount of rainfall 0.9mm, amount of sunshine 13hrs.8mins, maximum air temperature 15.4c.     

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