A beautiful morning in Foxford. The river is coming into nice condition 0.72m at Ballylahan bridge. It will be suitable for all methods. Looking good for the coming weekend.
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A beautiful bright dry morning in Foxford. The river is now at 0.79m at Ballylahan bridge and has cleaned out well. Suitable for all methods but spinning will continue to be the best method today. For anyone wishing to try a fly, East mayo anglers stretch will be ideal in the next few days.
It’s a bright morning in Foxford with a definite Autumnal feeling. The river continues to run at a high level, 0.9m at Ballylahan Bridge but is clear and should fish to all methods, maybe running a little fast for a prawn. A few fish were reported yesterday with the spinner being the most productive method. Looking good for the weekend.
A cloudy morning in Foxford, yesterdays persistent drizzle has cleared and the week ahead looks pretty good weather wise. The River is up a little this morning, it is now at 1.07m at Ballylahan bridge. Slightly coloured it is suitable for worm and spin fishing. Water levels should fall this week and hopefully we will get some better conditions as the week goes on.
A nice dry morning in Foxford. The river is coming back into better condition, 0.93m at Ballylahan bridge. Reasonable reports of fish been caught and moving in the past few days. If the weather stays dry and levels fall we should see a good finish to the season. For today Fly will work on the upper parts of East Mayo Anglers while spin and worm will be the best methods everywhere else.
A dry morning in Foxford. The forecast for the next few days is fairly good with no major rainfall. The river is dropping and is now at 1.17m at Ballylahan bridge. A big flow through Foxford and slightly coloured. It is suitable for spin and worm. The coming days should see conditions, effort and results improve.
A wet start to the day in Foxford and it looks like its been raining for a while. Not what we need today!. The river is at 1.3m at Ballylahan bridge and is slightly coloured. It will be ok for spin and worm providing it doesn’t start to rise again. Hopefully it will dry up soon and levels get a chance to fall.
A wet afternoon yesterday and into last night has put a lot of water into the river. It is now at 1.8m at Ballylahan bridge and still rising. It is coloured in Foxford. It is likely that the river will continue to rise for the next few hours at least. Today will be difficult on the Moy. Hopefully as the weekend approaches and the weather improves conditions will change for the better.
A dry morning so far in Foxford. The forecast is for wind and rain later in the day. Not sure how much rain we will get but we do not really need any. The river was rising for most of the day yesterday and peaked at 1.5m at Ballylahan bridge. It is dropping again this morning and is now at 1.1m at Ballylahan. It is pretty coloured in Foxford but suitable for spin and worm.