April 6th 2017

Fishing has been slow on the main Chanel of the Moy since the first fish was landed on 17th March, approx 6 fish have been reported since, 2 from the Ballina waters, 2 from East Mayo Anglers and 2 from the Foxford waters. However, there have been much better reports from the Pontoon bridge area and also from the Ballyvary river (A tributary of Lough Cullin). The River is in very good order and it should be good for the weekend with little or no rain forecast. Pic Below is Vincent Poirier with his fish from the East Mayo Waters today.

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