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Saturday 08/06/2019

 

The River is coming into condition, it is now at 1.0m at Ballylahan bridge. Very good order for spinning with a slight hint of colour. Bright coloured flying c will be the order of the day. I would not expect large numbers of fish to be taken this weekend, we are at the end of the Spring run and the start of the Grilse run. None the less while conditions are good it is well worth getting out.

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Friday 07/06/2019

The River is now falling again and is at 1.78m at Ballylahan bridge. Still high and with colour but at least its going in the right direction. It should be suitable for worm fishing this morning and spinning by afternoon.

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Thursday 06/06/2019

 

The River peaked at 1.6m at Ballylahan bridge yesterday but is now rising again. It is now at 1.7m and is likely to rise for most of the day. Difficult conditions on the Moy today.

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Wednesday 05/06/2019

 

06.40 Following heavy rain yesterday and overnight the river is now rising. It is at 1.25m at Ballylahan bridge and is likely to continue to rise for most of today. It may be fishable for the next few hours downstream if Foxford but in general will be difficult for Fishing today. Will up date later.

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Tuesday 04/06/2019

A little bit of sunshine breaking through the clouds in Foxford this morning. Yesterday turned out to be a good day with some great fish up to 14lbs taken.  The river is in beautiful condition 0.85m at Ballylahan bridge and suitable for all methods. Spinning will bet the most productive method today.

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Monday 03/06/2019

 

The river rose a little yesterday evening and is now at at 0.9m at Ballylahan bridge. The water is slightly coloured but in perfect condition for spinning and worm fishing. Good numbers of fish taken over the weekend and still a good chance.

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Sunday 02/06/2019

 

Looking like a windy day ahead which of course will bring rain!. Water conditions are good this morning 0.81m at Ballylahan bridge, ideal for spinning. Reports from the weekend so far are reasonable. As expected a mix of late Springers and early Grilse. Most fish yesterday were taken on worm.

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Saturday 01/06/2019

 

The river started to fall yesterday morning but following more rainfall it was rising again by late afternoon. This morning it is falling and at 1.2m at Ballylahan bridge. This water should move fish and fishing for the weekend will be good. It will most likely be the end of the spring run and the start of the Grilse run so a mixture of fish will be taken. Worm and spin will be the best methods today.

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Friday 31/05/2019

 

The river is well up this morning 1.35m at Ballylahan bridge. The water is pretty coloured, suitable for worm fishing. Not sure how much rain fell over night but it may start to rise again later today. It will certainly hold a good level for the weekend. This flood should move some fish from the estuary and fishing over the next few days will be good (subject to  rainfall and water conditions)

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Thursday 30/05/2019

A damp morning in Foxford. The land appears to have soaked up most of yesterdays rain. The river has risen slightly overnight and is now at 0.45m at Ballylahan bridge. The forecast is for more rain today and if we get this we should see a significant rise by tomorrow. For today with fresh water in the system worm and spin will be the best methods. I would expect a few fish to be moving and all fisheries should produce.

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