Salmon and Sea Trout report from the Waterville Fishery
<p> 15/9/08 Catch of the day goes to Dr Rudolf Schweissthal of Germany, who caught a fine Salmon on Lough Currane with his Gillie Mr Dominic Mc Gillicudy, then they went down stream to the Famous Butler Pool and @ WWW.Watervillegolflinks.ie and added another Salmon to their basket, on the Sea Trout front, Brian fishing out from the Bog caught four fine Sea trout of which the biggest weighed in at 4lbs. Wind NW light with reasonable cloud cover. Max air temperature 16C/60.8F. 16/9/08 Mr Tommy Duggan was in good form with two C&R Salmon on the River Inny, with his Gillie Mr Mike O’Dwyer, and staying in the Salmon department a Guest caught A Grilse with his Gillie Mr Tom O’Shea and of WWW.Oshealoughcurrane.com and I see on WWW.Loughcurrane.com the Maestro Mr Brod O’Sullivan and his guest caught a fine Salmon on the Butler Pool, Now I will go back up steam to Lough Currane where Mr John Curnew caught a Grilse and on the Sea trout front, Mr John Holstead caught seven Sea Trout up to 2lbs but Sea trout of the day goes to Mr Toby Mushler of Caherdaniel Garden Centre, caught a fine Specimen Sea Trout of 6.5lbs and just for the record that is his second in 2008.Max air temperature 16.5C/61.7F. 17/9/08 Lough Currane’s 2008 C&R Champion Angler Mr John Holstead and his good friend Ken caught eight Sea Trout of which the biggest weighed in at just over 7lbs and in the Salmon department Dr Jim Comerford caught a Salmon on the troll, and a guest caught a Grilse with his Gillie Mr frank Donnelly of Lakelands. Wind SSW light. And hardly a cloud in site. Max air temperature 16.1C/60.98F. 18/9/08 On the Salmon front, A guest caught two Grilse with his Gillie Mr Frank Donnelly and of WWW.Lakelandshouse.com and on the famous Butler Pool the Prince caught a grilse with his Gillie Mr Vincent O’Sullivan of WWW.Vincentsfishing.com and in the poaching department I was reading on WWW.Loughcurrane.com our Manger Mr John Murphy is reporting that Anglers were catching Sea Trout up to 5lbs, I was reading the fishing log book @ WWW.Lakelandshouse.com and I see Mr Rene Lachemeir and his good friend Jacky caught Fifteen Sea Trout and their biggest weighed in at 4lbs. Wind SW light and overcast with light rain at times in the afternoon. amount of rainfall 0.4mm,max air temperature 15.4C/59.72F. 19/9/08 The prince was in good form again when he caught a fine Salmon off grassy Island, with his Gillie Mr Vincent O’Sullivan of Vincentsfishing.com and I was talking to Vincent this afternoon and he politely told me that I failed Miserably in my reporting, because his client Mr Mark Malley caught four Salmon not two and fifteen Sea Trout of which the biggest was just under 5lbs all in six days fishing, all I can say is there is nothing like putting the record straight. Back to days action a guest fishing out of WWW.Butlerarms.com caught a Salmon with his Gillie Mr Junior Scully, also in good form in the Salmon department was Mr Jim Sayers who caught two Salmon of which the biggest weighed in at 8lbs.On The Sea Trout front there was some fine action for Mr John Holstead and Mr Ken Partington, they caught 12 Sea Trout of which two Sea Trout were over 6lbs and they caught a number of Sea Trout in the 4lbs class. Wind SW light with reasonable cloud cover, amount of rainfall 0.1mm, max air temperature 17.6C/63.68F. 20/9/08 guests fishing with their Gillie Mr Mike O’Dwyer, caught a grilse on the Butler pool then moved upstream to Copal Lake and added a 3lbs Sea Trout to their basket, now we go downstream back to Lough Currane, where Mr Mick Martin caught a Grilse at the ledge, with his Gillie Mr Dominic Mc Gillicudy and Dominic was telling me in the Lobster Bar that they also caught three Sea Trout in the last two days, now I will leave the Lobster and head back out to Lough Currane because the Prince was in good form again with one Salmon on the fly with his Gillie Mr Vincent O’Sullivan and of WWW.Vincentsfishing.com. I was reading on WWW.Loughcurrane.com Our Manger Mr John Murphy was reporting that there was another Salmon caught by a guest. Wind S light, with bright sunshine all day, max air temperature 16.4C/65.12F. 21/9/08 I see on WWW.Loughcurrane.com our Manger Mr John Murphy is reporting that there were a few Sea trout caught in the 4lbs class, now to real rod benders, in the Salmon department Mr Donal O’Shea of WWW.Curranelodge.com caught a Salmon on the troll and staying in the Salmon market, Mr Robert Carter caught two Grilse with his Gillie Mr Frank Donnelly of WWW.lakelandshouse.com Wind wasn’t ideal as it was coming from the NE and light. with plenty of sun breaking through.. That is all the news from your Gillie and the Waterville Fishery. No Spin No Fly’s just Facts.
John with his Wild Atlantic Salmon
John in good form with two Wild Atlantic Salmon.
About The Author: Vincent Appleby
Company: Eureka Lodge
Area Reporting: Waterville fishery
Bio: Name. Vincent Appleby. Fishing Guide for the Waterville Fishery Lough Currane is the finest specimen Sea Trout Lake in Ireland and we also have great Salmon fishing on the lake or our great River system, starting with the Butler Pool, River Inny, Commeragh.plus we three upper Lakes