A Frosty start to the day in Foxford, the first time this winter the roofs have been white. P.J visited a little stream earlier in the week and i’m happy to say he saw quite a few Salmon and a few trout making their way up over a weir. The following is a little bit […]
Good morning from a damp and cool Foxford, winter is setting in. Water levels are high and its difficult yet to say what sort of numbers of fish are running the smaller spawning streams. There’s still Salmon splashing about at the back of the town. In this weeks blog I have tried […]
Every day throughout the season and during the off season by people planning a trip to Foxford we get asked a lot of questions. Some of these questions are pretty straight forward and easy to answer, some are more complex and a little more difficult to answer and some would require a big […]
Well we have survived “Lorenzo” the first storm of the year or should I say Tropical storm. Thankfully it did not hit us to hard and damage in general seems light. There will be a good flood in the river in the next few days. I have decided that Friday will be a good […]
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 […]
A damp and dark morning in Foxford. The river was rising for most of the day yesterday, peaking at 1.59m it is now dropping and at 1.3m at Ballylahan bridge. I cant say how many fish were caught but there certainly was some very happy anglers in Foxford last night. Fresh air and Guiry’s Guinness […]
A dark morning with the occasional shower in Foxford. As has become the norm since July the river is creeping up again this morning. It is now at 1.29m at Ballylahan bridge. On the plus side the colour is not to bad. It is suitable for spinning and worm fishing. This is the last […]
A damp morning in Foxford but the heaviest of the rain seems to have passed. The river has risen again over night and is now at 1.3m at Ballylahan bridge. Looking at Foxford the water is not very dirty and should still fish. Spin and worm will bet the best methods.
A dry morning in Foxford however some rain is forecast for later in the day. The river has continued to creep up and is now at 0.9m at Ballylahan bridge. There’s a hint of colour in the water at Foxford. Spin and worm will be the best methods today.