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  1. #1011
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    Sure I think I will have to give it a go so !!! thanks

  2. #1012

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    Any mayfly on Corrib yet. I heard today there are lots on Derg but trout not taking them yet.

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    For the last week around Portacarron, the Bog and general area. Down the lake and deeper water not so much

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    Heading up on Sunday - hopefully they will be up by then .
    Fishing very well to Buzzers from what I hear.
    When all else fails , a running kick in the b0ll0x will often work wonders !!!

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    I'm heading up on Thursday for just short of a week. Hopefully will hit it right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seanie View Post
    I'm heading up on Thursday for just short of a week. Hopefully will hit it right.
    Don't know what part you're going to Seanie but the top end is starting to liven up. Plenty olives hatching and quite a few mayfly at the weekend. I'm out tomorrow afternoon. I'll let you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suzuki15hp View Post
    Don't know what part you're going to Seanie but the top end is starting to liven up. Plenty olives hatching and quite a few mayfly at the weekend. I'm out tomorrow afternoon. I'll let you know.
    Was out this afternoon but a cold blustery north wind kept the fish down. I never saw one fish in 4 hours but plenty of mayfly were hatching for the gulls. I believe there was the odd fish caught dapping. Tomorrow and Friday look much better with the wind to swing to the South. I'll be out both afternoons.

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    My boat is in Greenfields. No plan as to where we are going to fish yet. I did hear that a few fish were caught in the home bay.
    Usually we head across the lake to Portacarron and Malachys area. Any ino would be most welcome. Thanks

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  9. #1019
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    Don't have any specific info Seanie , but Ballycurrin to your north or down south to Rabbit Island are usually good bets.
    When all else fails , a running kick in the b0ll0x will often work wonders !!!

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    Just Back today after 6 days on the Corrib, fishing patchy at best, good few mayfly around Ballycurran/Balynalty, hard to get them on the dry fly but there willing to the dapp, a lot of fish caught on Buzzer

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