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April 3, 2019

Wed 03/04/2019

Hailstones! need I say more. The river has come up a little over night and is at 0.9m at Ballylahan bridge. It is likely to continue to rise for today as we had some heavy showers last night. The good news is the the weather forecast gives the weekend to be a lot milder with […]

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April 2, 2019

Tuesday 02/04/2019

Its a cold and showery morning in Foxford and some of those showers are Nasty!. The River is at 0.63m at Ballylahan bridge and following some rain yesterday evening it may creep up an inch or two later today but it will not be significant. Still worth an hour.

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April 1, 2019

Monday 01/04/2019

A dry cool morning in Foxford. The river is now at 0.63m at Ballylahan bridge and is coming to a nice level in Foxford. The fisheries down stream of Foxford should start to fish this week, Pontoon bridge will also be worth considering.

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March 31, 2019

Sunday 31/03/2019

A nice dry morning in Foxford. The river is at 0.65m at Ballylahan bridge and is in good condition. Not a huge amount of angling activity yesterday but we did hear of one Salmon in the early part of the day. Im sure if there were more anglers on the river there would be a […]

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March 30, 2019

Sat 30/03/2019

Water levels are still falling, 0.69m at Ballylahan bridge this morning. Overall the river is in good condition and there is a reasonable chance of hitting a fish. Its a little cooler this morning and it looks like we may get some showers, wrap up.

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March 29, 2019

Friday 29/03/2019

The river is in very good order upstream of the lake river, holding a steady level at around 0.7m. The river from the lake river downstream is still a little high with a large volume of water coming from the lakes. The first fish of the season from the Cloongee fishery was reported yesterday and […]

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March 25, 2019

Monday 25/03/2019

A beautiful morning in Foxford. The River is now at 0.9m at Ballylahan bridge. The flow from the Joinings and through Foxford is big as there is a lot of water coming from the loughs. Cloongee and East Mayo Anglers will be the most likely places for success.

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