Sat 19/08/2023

Wet, but I probably don’t need to tell you that. Parts of the country got more than us and i’m sure there’s bigger problems than rising water levels on the Moy. It is now at 0.83m at Ballylahan bridge and will rise for another few hours. This will not be the biggest flood of the season and looking at the forecast the rain will clear to showers by afternoon so it will not take long for it to come back into fishable condition. For today it would be best to head downstream, worm and spin will be the best methods. I will update here later this evening regarding levels and possibilities for the remainder of the weekend.

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