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Sunday 30/09/2018

I have a feeling it will be a slow start today. I took a stroll around the town last night and it was “party mode” :). Today is the final day of what was an interesting season. A great spring run with good fishing, a summer we will never forget with record low water conditions, a good back end and generally a nice finish to the season. Fish runs were good but as we always say its about what makes it to spawn, I feel confident. From a business point of view it was the most difficult year for many for the tackle trade in general and a lot of shops did not make it. We are fortunate that we have a good customer base and You are good to us. We appreciate the support and say Thank You for that. We look forward to seeing you again in 2019. keep an eye on the website throughout the winter we hope to work on and improve it.

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Saturday 29/09/2018

The second last day of the season and conditions are good. The river is in nice order for all methods. Prawn and spinning will be the best methods downstream while anyone wishing to try the fly should give East Mayo Anglers stretch a try.

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Friday 28/09/2018

A dry cool morning in Foxford. Water levels are good and the water is in nice condition for all methods. During the past week Fly spin and prawn have been the most productive methods. This is likely to be the case for the weekend. It will be a busy weekend and anyone looking for accommodation in Foxford would be well advised to book it very soon.

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Thursday 27/09/2018

A fresh breezy morning in Foxford, good conditions for bubble and fly. The river is at 0.61 at Ballylahan bridge. On the fisheries downstream of Foxford prawn will work well. It all looks pretty good for the last weekend of the season.

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Wednesday 26/09/2018

Heavy shower in the early part of the night might see the river creep up a little later today. At the moment it is at 0.56m at Ballylahan bridge. Fishing in the past few days has been good with most fish been taken on Fly, Spin and prawn.

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Sunday 23/09/2018

A cool dry morning in Foxford. The river is at 0.78m at Ballylahan bridge and is suitable for all methods. Fishing was good yesterday and fish were taken on East mayo, Cloongee and around Foxford. Spinning was the most productive method. Fly will work today on the East Mayo Anglers fishery. Its looking like the season will end well.

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Sat 22/09/2018

Yesterday turned out to be a pretty good day on the river. A good number of fish caught, primarily on spinners. Levels have held overnight and the water is now at 0.94m at Ballylahan bridge. It is suitable for all methods.

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Friday 21/09/2018

The water is falling at the moment 1.05m at Ballylahan bridge. It is slightly coloured but in good condition for spin or worm fishing. Today’s forecast doesn’t give a lot of rain for this area so the river should be in good condition for the weekend.

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