Salmon and Sea Trout report from the Waterville fishery
<p>27/4/09 All quiet on the SW front up in till about 7pm when the maestro of the fly Mr Alister Dunbar of the UK, caught a fine salmon on the fly fishing with his reserve Gillie Mr Vincent O'Sullivan and of www.Vincentsfishing.com Wind NW fresh to strong at times with heavy rain and hale showers on and off through out the day, amount of rainfall 9.omm, max air temperature 11.6c. 28/4/09Mr Axel Zurbugge of Germany fishing out of the Butler Arms Hotel and @ www.Butlerarmshotel.com caught a 7.5lbs on the troll fishing with his Gillie Mr Sylvester Donnelly of Lake road Waterville and you can contact Mr Sylvester Donnelly on 353(0)0669474327. Wind NW fresh to strong at times. Max air temperature 12.2c 29/4/09 There was fine Sea trout in the 5lbs class caught on the troll by Mr Axel Zurbugge of Germany fishing out of the Butler Arms Hotel and @ www.Butlerarmshotel.com and staying with the Sea trout, I see our Manger Mr John Murphy Esq. of www.Loughcurrane.com is reporting some fine catches and they are as follows, Mr Nick Bell with a fine Sea Trout of just under 5lbs caught on the fly, off Church Island and last but not least that fine specimen Hunter and renowned Gillie Mr Bob Priestley caught a fantastic Sea Trout of 9.5lbs caught on the fly, which I might add he sportingly put back so all you anglers out there take note, it's a pity I don't practice what I preach. On the Salmon front all quiet on the SW front. Wind E then veered WSW with light rain this evening, amount of rainfall 4.6mm, max air temperature 13.4c. 30/4/09 Bright and sunny all day and very little action reported during the day, but it was a different story on the evening shift, while we Gillies were having a anglers meeting in the lobster Bar, two of our younger members, Mr Terence Wharton and Mr Gareth Brain Esq. decided to miss the meeting and head straight for the Mouth of the Commeragh and no sooner they were there, they caught themselves two Salmon on the fly, both fish were in the 9 and 10lbs class and I can tell you, one Gillie who attended the meeting had a red face this morning, and that is one thing I like about Lough Currane, if you criticize my Noble Lake it will bring you down to Earth with a bang. WNW light to fresh. Amount of rainfall 2.5mm, max air temperature 12.4c. Total amount of rainfall for April 162.5mm. 1/5/09 One Salmon caught on the troll on the south side of Lough Currane in the 9lbs class by Dr Tim Gleeson fishing with his Gillie Mr Mike O'Dwyer. Wind SW light to fresh with light rain this morning but cleared up by lunch time with good sunny spells. Amount of rainfall 7.7mm, max air temperature 13.5c. 2/5/09 There was just one Salmon caught on the troll by Mr Dona Mc McCarthy, of the USA and Waterville, Dona was fishing with his Gillie Mr Dominic Mc Gillicudy. Wind SW light to fresh with reasonable cloud cover. Amount of rainfall 3.4mm, max air temperature 14.0c. 3/5/09 I will start today's notes by saying Lough Currane was electrifying with a total of six Salmon caught and a fine 6.5lbs Specimen Sea trout, and the facts go like this, first in the striking zone was Mr Dan Sugrue of Waterville and his Gillie Mr Brod O'Sullivan of Stella Maris Guesthouse, they caught two Salmon on the troll both fish I believe were in the 10lbs class, next in the firing line was Dr Tim Gleeson who caught a fine Salmon on the troll with his Gillie Mr Mike O'Dwyer, and in the fly department Mr Pat Healy caught a Salmon in Copal with his Gillie Mr Michael O'Sullivan of Waterville Boats and @ email@example.com they say self praise is no recommendation well I disagree, especially as I caught my self a 9lbs Salmon on the troll and staying in the Salmon department, Mr Frank Donnelly and his good Wife Ann and of WWW.Lakelandshouse.com caught a fine 9lbs Salmon on the troll, now for fish of the day, and that goes to Mr Pat Maloney of Cork who caught a fine specimen Sea Trout on the fly. Wind NNW light to fresh with reasonable cloud cover. Amount of rainfall 0.5mm, max air temperature 12.6c.Well, that is your ration for this week, from your Gillie and the Waterville fishery. No spin No fly's just Facts .
Specimen Sea Trout
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