Sunday 14/07/2019

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The start of what looks like a bright and sunny day. With the already low water Salmon fishing on the Moy will be difficult in these conditions. Alternatives would be Lough Conn which is fishing well for trout or try a beach. Late this evening will be the best time for salmon.For anyone who is trying during the early part of the day Prawn and shrimp will be the best methods and some of the deeper stretches downstream of Foxford will be the best places to try.

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