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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