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Angling experts located on the banks of the famous River Moy, Foxford.

Wednesday 24/04/2019

A cool breezy morning in Foxford, looks like a good day for the Bubble and Fly. The river is at 0.44m at Ballylahan bridge. Fisheries downstream of Foxford are at a level where fish will start to hold and spinning should be well worth a try. Unsettled forecast for the next few days and we may see some fresh water before the weekend .

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Tuesday 23/04/2019

A relatively quiet bank holiday weekend on The Moy. Not a huge amount of angling effort and no big numbers of fish taken. Nearly all who were out reported seeing fish. Perhaps the East wind is having an effect,who knows. There are fish moving and water conditions in general are pretty good. East Mayo anglers is starting to get a little low, for spinning and worm at least. It is still in good order for Fly or Bubble and Fly. Well worth a try.

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Monday 22/04/2019

A bright morning with a fresh south east breeze. The river is at 0.51m at Ballylahan bridge and is suitable for all methods. Reports of a few fish been taken on fisheries down stream of Foxford over the past few days.

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Sunday 21/04/2019

Yesterday was a quieter day on East Mayo Anglers, this is most likely because as the water levels drop fish are starting to hold up further downstream. All anglers are reporting seeing fish with some saying they are seeing good numbers of large fish. The river is suitable for all methods, bubble and fly on Cloongee and east mayo should take a fish. Happy Easter 🙂

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Saturday 20/04/2019

Its a beautiful fishing morning, slightly duller than the last few. The river is in great condition. 0.58m at Ballylahan bridge. If there is any breeze later the bubble and Fly will work on East Mayo or Cloongee. For anyone fishing downstream of Foxford spinning is well worth a try.

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Friday 19/04/2019

Another beautiful bright,dry morning in Foxford. The River is at 0.65m at Ballylahan bridge and is suitable for all methods. In Foxford and further downstream it is reaching a level where fish will start to hold. Over the past few days the most fish have been taken on fisheries upstream of Foxford and most angling activity has been on Cloongee and East Mayo waters. Over the weekend we will see this change as more anglers try the fisheries downstream. Rinnanney, Armstarongs, Gannons and Knockmore fisheries are all likely to produce fish in the coming days.

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Wednesday 17/04/2019

Looking like the weather has improved, a dry fresh morning in Foxford. Reports of at least 4 salmon yesterday and the river is still coming into better condition. If things continue like this it will be a good weekend on the Moy. At present it is at 0.84m at Ballylahan bridge with slight colour in Foxford. All methods should work.

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Tuesday 16/04/2019

a slightly milder morning in Foxford and hopefully the weather is settling down a little. The River is now at 1.06m at Ballylahan bridge and should fall over the coming days. It looks like it will be a good weekend on the river. The weather is promised good and the water conditions will be ideal. For today spinning

The New east Mayo Anglers Guide, Copies available from Tiernan Brothers

or worm fishing up stream of Foxford will be the best methods. East Mayo Anglers have produced a very useful guide to their waters copies of which are available at our shop.

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