Monday 30/09/2019

Monday 30/09/2019

 

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A dry, cool autumn morning in Foxford. The last day of the 2019 Salmon season.The river is at 0.9m at Ballylahan and suitable for worm and spin. Its been a strange season with a lot of difficult conditions. Overall fishing was not bad and even though most anglers did not get as much time on the water as they would in a normal year they were satisfied. A very good spring run and a poor grillse run, no one knows how many fish have escaped to spawn. The proof of this will be seen on the spawning grounds around Christmas time. As usual we will take a few walks and check this out. For the remainder of the year I will not be posting Daily updates but instead will post some information, hints & tips and other advice and suggestions on a weekly basis.

Both P.J and I want to thank you all for your support through out the season. Some new customers but many who return year after year to the shop. Without this support we could not continue and we do appreciate it.

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