At the SRT meeting on Friday we heard of fish well spread out along the river. Some members were complaining there were no fish on a particular stretch but then they had only fished for a couple of hours. In fact 2 fish had been caught on that actual stretch.Nice to see fish been caught...any update on the beat or beats they were caught on ....
Which weir are you referring to? Tullow weir?In fairness the numbers are not terrible, Lots of good fish below the weir, and above i have seen up to 5 hooked and missed personally and numerous other stories of fish hooked and escaping.
No clohamon, there has been one caught on the tullow club beats (to our knowledge) and we have a few pools with fish not moving the last while. I hear the wood beat fished well the last couple of weeks, but aside from 1 fish, and a few close encounters our water is very tough fishing at the mo.Which weir are you referring to? Tullow weir?
From what i hear most fish are running straight over or through the Clohamon weir although they have had reasonable fishing. This has been reflected in catches upstream of Clohamon presumably including Tullow.
My experience down stream of Clohamon is that there are very few residents with most of fish landed very fresh (though my opening day fish , only one so far, had been in a while).
Hopefully, from my point of view, if levels drop a bit fresh fish will run more slowly through the lower beats. Typically this coincides with reports of fish at Enniscorthy.
The pits.Disgusting behaviour from some individual at Aghade Bridge, it beggars believe how people can stoop so low and do something like this .