Saturday 22/05/2021

Saturday 22/05/2021

A nice morning in Foxford and the river is coming back into better condition. It peaked at 1.6m yesterday and is now at 1m at Ballylahan bridge. It is still slightly coloured but suitable for worm and spin. We had reports of some fish taken yesterday and quite a few fish moving. The fish taken were a mix of late Springers and early Grillse. Today should be a good day on the Moy and judging by the calls we received yesterday there will be a good number of anglers out. The shop is open all day today and we are closing at midday tomorrow and Monday (taking some time to go fishing ūüôā )

3 thoughts on “Saturday 22/05/2021”

  1. Wiedenbauer Burkhard

    Leider k√∂nnen wir heuer auf Grund der Covid19 Regeln nicht zum Fischen an den River Moy kommen. Wir w√ľnschen Euch aber eine gute Saison, Gesundheit und ein gro√ües Petri Heil.
    Eure Freunde aus √Ėsterreich – Profi, Martin und Burkhard

  2. Burkhard Wiedenbauer

    Leider k√∂nnen wir auf Grund der Covid19 Regeln in diesem Jahr nicht nach Irland an den River Moy zum fischen auf Lachse kommen. Wir w√ľnschen euch aber eine gute Saison, Gesundheit und viel Petri Heil.

    Eure Freunde aus √Ėsterreich Profi, Martin und Burkhard

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