Sunday 06/09/2020

An overcast grey morning in Foxford, its due to brighten up later. Yesterday was quiet on the river. i spoke to a few anglers who fished Rinnanney, they saw very little and caught nothing. I don’t believe all the fish have disappeared , just keeping the heads down for some reason. There was a few reports of fish from just upstream of Ballina and some of them were fresh fish taken on spinners. I would say that if the water levels downstream of the Loughs got a chance to fall fishing will improve. There’s a big flow through Foxford at the moment and its not helping. 0.8m at Ballylahan bridge this morning so the upper parts of the river will fish and spinning will be the best method.

Note: We will be closing the shop at 2pm today

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related Posts

Tuesday 28/09/2021

A cool and showery morning in Foxford. The river is now at 0.67m at Ballylahan bridge. It is in good condition for worm and spin

Monday 27/09/2021

A showery morning in Foxford. We had some heavy showers in the early part of yesterday which are now having an effect on the river.

Sunday 26/09/2021

A windy morning in Foxford, forecast to settle later in the day. This is the first lively day we have had in a while and

Saturday 25/09/2021

A dry start to the day in Foxford. An unsettled forecast for the days ahead and it looks like we will have a good drop

Friday 24/09/2021

A dry morning with a light west breeze. The river is in nice condition and suitable for all methods, 0.48m at Ballylahan bridge. As we