You are a desperate Sh1t stirrer JamesYou would be wasting your time Squire, the dogs in the street know that it"s next to impossible to catch trout on Caenis - they're too small, they're called the Angler's Curse for good reason. Pulling wets is the way to go if you want fish.
I do have to admit that I've heard of some guy from Waterford that claims to have cracked this Caenis malarky, I believe he has some connection with the WTT and guides on Corrib, PM me if you want his details - he might be able to show you how it's done.
What boat did you go for? What part of the lake are you fishing out of?I've a new boat arriving next weekend which will be on Corrib for the season, just 15 minutes from the house. Really looking forward to it. The lake's still a wee bit high so I'll hopefully get the boat in within a couple of weeks.
After probably too much research and grilling John Meagher at my house 'til 2.30 am a while back, I've bought a John Meagher 19ft built on an O'sullivan hull. It has the extra inboard buoyancy along the sides and fibre glass fins built into the stern.What boat did you go for? What part of the lake are you fishing out of?
Best of luck with it!
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Best of luck with the new boat alderman - a bit of advice, don't leave your engine on. It may not be there when you get back.After probably too much research and grilling John Meagher at my house 'til 2.30 am a while back, I've bought a John Meagher 19ft built on an O'sullivan hull. It has the extra inboard buoyancy along the sides and fibre glass fins built into the stern.
I'll be fishing out of Inishmicatreer, where I've secured a berth where I can leave the engine on 24/7.
I'm looking forward to it, although the lake is very high at the moment and it may take a couple of weeks to get down to a decent level before I put the boat in.
Hi alderman,I know all about the problems, but where I'm putting the boat there hasn't been a problem - yet - so I'm told!