Sunday 29/09/2019

A damp and dark morning in Foxford. The river was rising for most of the day yesterday, peaking at 1.59m it is now dropping and at 1.3m at Ballylahan bridge. I cant say how many fish were caught but there certainly was some very happy anglers in Foxford last night. Fresh air and Guiry’s Guinness may have been the magic ingredients but for certain it worked. The John Gallagher cup was won by the Foxford Angling Club and both teams joined in the “Magic” of the Night. On the river conditions should improve throughout the day, spinning and worm will bet the best methods.

John Gallagher Cup 2019

 

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