As we move into Autumn and conditions cool and become more windy anglers are becoming thinner on the ground. In some of the more sheltered portions of the Great Lough fish are moving on the surface and some success has been had with emergers but most of the action has been with lures and sinking lines. A rod average of 2 indicates that there is still some sport to be had in the tail end of the season.
Number of fish taken: 1
Number of fish returned: 32
Number of visiting anglers: 16
Successful fly patterns: CDC, pheasant tail nymph, black lure, cat’s whisker, orange fritz, black fritz, cormorant.