Thursday 09/05/2019

Thursday 09/05/2019

A bright start to the day but showers promised later in the day should see some cloud cover. The river has dropped to 0.39m at Ballylahan bridge and is in good condition. The first salmon of the season from Rinnanney was landed yesterday. It took a Pink and Silver Flying C. As a few more anglers start to appear and the fisheries downstream get fished more, more fish will be caught. For today, Bubble and fly on Cloongee and East Mayo anglers, Spin and prawn downstream of Foxford should work.

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