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Thursday 24/09/2020

A cooler morning in Foxford and it looks like we will get some more rain. Rain in the past couple of days has been pretty harmless and the river has only risen by a few inches. It is now at 0.53m at Ballylahan bridge and suitable for all methods. Lots of fish throughout the system but very few anglers on the river, in fact it has been deserted this week so far. Catch reports will rise as we approach the weekend and more anglers arrive for the final weekend.

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Wednesday 23/09/2020

A dull morning in Foxford, looks like we will get some rain. We had a little bit yesterday and the river is up by a few inches, nothing noticeable. 0.45m at Ballylahan bridge this morning. Very few anglers on the river yesterday but we did hear of a few fish taken in the lower parts of the river.

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Tuesday 22/09/2020

A dark morning in Foxford. There’s a nice little breeze and some good cloud cover, it will be a good day for the bubble and fly. The river is now at 0.44m at Ballylahan bridge and suitable for all methods. Reports of a few fish taken on Prawn yesterday along with a few on bubble and fly. It looks like the season will go out on a high note.

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Monday 21/09/2020

A duller morning in Foxford with nice high cloud cover,  a good morning for fishing. Water conditions are nice, 0.46m at Ballylahan bridge. Bubble and fly on Cloongee or east mayo anglers or prawn downstream of Foxford will be the best methods today. Some rain forecast for mid week but it is to early to predict what effect this will have on the last weekend of the season.

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Sunday 20/09/2020

Another nice morning in Foxford, a little bit of fog along the river buy that will soon clear. Looks like we are in for another bright day. Water conditions are good, 0.49m at Ballylahan bridge and clear. Yesterday was a tough day on the river, most anglers seeing lots of fish but very few were caught. Today is looking like been another tough one. The best part of the day will be the first few hours once the fog lifts and the last few hours of the day. Best methods will be fly and Prawn.

Note: we will be closing the shop at 2pm today.

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Saturday 19/09/2020

A nice morning in Foxford, looks like we are heading into another good day. The river is looking good, 0.54m at Ballylahan bridge. It is clear and suitable for all methods. A few more anglers around yesterday but no big reports of catches, all anglers are seeing lots of fish. Fly on the upper parts and prawn lower down will be the best methods today.

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Friday 18/09/2020

A nice morning in Foxford. A bit of fog over the river but that will soon burn of. It is now at 0.6m at Ballylahan bridge and is suitable for all methods, falling nicely in Foxford as well. It looks good for the end of the season, plenty of fish about and water conditions are improving all the time. For today prawn will be the best method.

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Thursday 17/09/2020

Another hazy morning in Foxford. Yesterday was very humid and today could be similar. The river is looking good, 0.64m at Ballylahan bridge and suitable for all methods. If we get a breeze the bubble and fly should be worth a try on some of the fisheries upstream of Foxford. No major rain forecast, it is looking good for the weekend.

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Wednesday 16/09/2020

A still hazy morning in Foxford. The river is now at 0.64m at Ballylahan bridge and is suitable for all methods. A few showers promised later but nothing major, So far it looks promising for the days ahead.  Anyone heading down river would be well advised to bring some prawns.

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Tuesday 15/09/2020

A nice morning in Foxford, should be a nice day to be on the river bank. Not so many anglers out yesterday but we did hear of a few fish taken. The river is coming into nice condition now, 0.65m at Ballylahan bridge and suitable for all methods. The prawn will be worth trying on some of the fisheries downstream of Foxford while Fly and bubble and fly will work on East Mayo and Cloongee fisheries.

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