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New fisheries campaign aimed at trout anglers during Mayfly season

Inland Fisheries Ireland recently announced the launch of a new campaign, ‘Operation Ephemera’, which is designed to alert anglers to the intensification of efforts to detect those who either take undersize trout or more trout than the rules allow.

Introduction of pike main factor in Owenriff decline of brown trout and salmon, survey shows

Inland Fisheries Ireland this week announced the publication of its Owenriff Fish Stock Survey 2017 and also its Owenriff Fish Population Rehabilitation Plan 2018 in which declining fish stocks have been identified and a project outlined to promote the recovery of the brown trout and salmon populations in both lakes and rivers and to prevent further decline in the catchment.

Athlone conference to hear findings into origins of brown trout

Inland Fisheries Ireland in collaboration with Queen’s University Belfast will present the findings of a three-year research study into the genetic make-up of Ireland’s brown trout and sea trout populations at a one-day conference at the Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone, on October 17.

Major fish kill on spawning tributary of Clare River

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Inland Fisheries Ireland is currently investigating a major fish killing on the Yellow River, a tributary of the Sinking River near Dunmore, Co Galway, which flows into the Clare River. The stream in question is an important spawning and nursery habitat for young trout and salmon.

Fancy a day’s fishing and a night in Clonbur to honour anniversary of Corrib record trout?

This week marks the first anniversary of when Welsh angler and photographer Ceri Jones made trout fishing history, catching the largest ferox trout to have been caught in Ireland in 118 years, weighing in at 23lb 12oz.

Mayfly anglers brave strong winds as Irish team wins

The local team, representing Ireland, were the winners of this year’s Mayfly Competition, hosted in Oughterard at the weekend.

Trout farm hopeful of innovation award

A Kilkenny trout farm has been shortlisted for a rural innovation award. The JFC Innovation Awards recognise innovation and efforts to secure a sustainable future for our families and the wider rural community.

Catch of the day

John McDonagh (second left) claimed the biggest catch of the day to win the Cathal Noone Memorial Cup in the annual trout fishing competition on Lough Corrib on Saturday. A total of 13 fish were presented for the weigh-in at Faherty's Bar in Oughterard, with McDonagh’s trout weighing 15.03lbs. Sean Bourke came second with a 14.14lbs fish, while Jamie Lydon came third with two fish weighing 12.30 lbs and 3.24 lbs. Gerry Dixon came fourth with two trout weighing 7.95 and 6.77 lbs, while fifth was Lee Hurney with a 7.31lb trout . Also pictured are Mike Noone, son of the late Cathal Noone who presented the trophy, runner-up Sean Burke, and anglers Kieran O’Toole and Gerry Dixon.

Annual fishing event attracts hundreds of spectators

The annual fishing competition in aid of Kilkenny Alzheimer’s Centre was a great success on Saturday last. Despite the heavy rain which fell in the afternoon the day was most enjoyable with huge bags of quality rainbow trout landed.

Catch of the day

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John McDonagh (second left) claimed the biggest catch of the day to win the Cathal Noone Memorial Cup in the annual trout fishing competition on Lough Corrib on Saturday. A total of 13 fish were presented for the weigh-in at Faherty's Bar in Oughterard, with McDonagh’s trout weighing 15.03lbs. Sean Bourke came second with a 14.14lbs fish, while Jamie Lydon came third with two fish weighing 12.30 lbs and 3.24 lbs. Gerry Dixon came fourth with two trout weighing 7.95 and 6.77 lbs, while fifth was Lee Hurney with a 7.31lb trout . Also pictured are Mike Noone, son of the late Cathal Noone who presented the trophy, runner-up Sean Burke, and anglers Kieran O’Toole and Gerry Dixon.

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