Tuesday 9th May

Despite the continuing dry spell there are still reasonably good numbers of fish making their way up through the system. The water is very low from the joinings up but the levels are still ok downstream. Most of the fish landed are being caught on prawn and bubble and fly. This good weather is set to continue for the next few days but the forecast is for better fishing weather towards the weekend.

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Above: Beuz Pesked and Jean-Jacque Daurat with two fish from the Moy this morning 9th May

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