Friday 30/07/2021

A dark and cloudy morning in Foxford, looks like rain. Not sure how much we will get so don’t get to excited just yet. Every little helps though and there’s a noticeable drop in temperatures which will cool the water down as well. Over the past few days there has been a few more anglers venturing out and reports are reasonable. Bubble and fly and spinning have been the most productive methods. The river is now at 0.37m at Ballylahan bridge, lets see what today’s rain does.

3 thoughts on “Friday 30/07/2021”

  1. Martin Turner

    Hi there, my friend and I are for loigh conn tomorrow daytime but were looking to fish a few hours in the evening in a river for some brownies.
    We are staying in foxford and just wondering if its possible to get a pass to do so?
    Thanks, Marty

    1. Hi Marty, if you drop into the shop we will do our best to help. River trout angling is difficult in this area. If you are having success on Conn i would recommend you don’t leave it.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

Related Posts

Wednesday 28/09/2022

My apologies for disappearing yesterday, some nasty little gremlins in the system. A cloudy and slightly cooler morning in Foxford. The water has come up

Monday 26/09/2022

A dry windy morning in Foxford. A little bit too much wind for anyone thinking of a day on the Lough. We had a few

Sunday 25/09/2022

A cloudy morning in Foxford, it looks like we may have some more rain later in the day. Looking at the long range charts next

Saturday 24/09/2022

A dry but cloudy morning in Foxford. The last Saturday of the 2022 salmon season. Conditions are not ideal and it will be a tough

Friday 23/09/2022

A dry morning with some nice high cloud and a bit of breeze in Foxford. The river is up slightly, nothing major but I have