Declan Gibbons, reporting from the shores of Lough Corrib, told us in early June that the trout angling quietened down in the week gone by with lesser hatches of mayfly and changeable weather conditions. The anglers who had the best success were Caenis fishing.
Larry McCarthy from Corrib View Lodge Glencorrib (corribangling.com) reports of very productive angling for the last week. The first three days of the last week saw Larry boating Jeremy Herrmann, England on early mornings and they caught an average of eight to ten trout per morning in the Clydagh and Saddle areas.
Gareth Jones, Wales sales director with Airflo, fished the last four days with Larry and boated a total of twenty four fish with three of Gareth’s weighing four pounds plus and all twenty four sportingly released. Pat Winning boated ten fish for the week while guiding for the lodge with the best fish being two pounds, six of the fish were between 1.lbs to 2lbs.
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