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Over the weekend i was down fishing on the river Suir near Ballymacarbry in Co. Waterford. The river Suir is Ireland’s second longest river, one hundred and fourteen miles long. It is a Limestone river with clear water and it is an excellent river for fly fishing. It is gravel based which makes for some […]

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I am just back from a few days fishing over in the west of Ireland. I stayed in Ballina Co. Mayo as i was booked in for some days salmon fishing on the river Moy. I was looking forward to this since last March when i booked the fishing. I had heard some good reports from the Moy with good runs […]

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During the past week i have been checking out some of the other rivers that are close to me. The first 0ne i looked at was the Kings river. At the moment, it is extremely low with a very small flow. On looking around i saw just a few Stoneflies (Small Brown) on the bankside vegetation. […]

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All of the fine weather we are having this month has brought about some good fishing on the River Liffey. In the past week i have been out on several of these fine evenings with some good results. On one evening i had good fishing to a fall of Yellow spinners. I was fishing a […]

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Last weekend I went down to fish the River Blackwater between Kells and Navan in County Meath. This was my first time to fish this river. It is a limestone river which flows from Lough Ramor in Cavan to meet the river Boyne at Navan Co. Meath. It was early evening when I arrived. Being my first […]

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