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Ballynahinch Castle Blog

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

Fishing Update June 2017  

Fishing Update June 2017

After a period of low water, the river finally rose to a fishable level at the end of May with the first fish of the season caught on May 27th. Fourteen salmon have been caught so far for the month of June. Visiting anglers, David Profumo and Mark He...

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Wednesday, 13 July 2016

Fishing Update July 2016  

Fishing Update July 2016

June started well with a number of fish caught. The highlight of these early fish a stunning 13lb salmon caught on the 24th by fishing club member Ulrich Treusch. The river produced fish almost daily and a total of 20 fish were caught throughout the month...

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Thursday, 23 June 2016

Fishing Update June 2016  

Fishing Update June 2016

The season at Ballynahinch got off the mark in late May this year. Richard Carr caught his first ever fish and the first fish of the season a 2.5kg fish. There was a further 6 fish caught within the remaining days of May. The numbers of fish moving throug...

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Tuesday, 07 July 2015

Fishing Update  

Fishing Update

The season at Ballynahinch got off the markon the 4th of May this year, with Stephen Cullinane landing a fine fresh fishof 9lbs, on a Black Shrimp variant. The rest of May was tough going, with highwater and cool temperatures, however those who persisted ...

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Thursday, 21 May 2015

Atlantic Salmon captured using the Posh Tosh Fly  

Atlantic Salmon captured using the Posh Tosh Fly

On Thursday, May 20th, we had a beautiful Atlantic Salmon captured in the stream at Beat 4.  The fish was caught by Long time visitor to Ballynahinch.Miles McDowell from  Co. Down, using the ‘Posh Tosh’ Fly. Photo courtesy of Robbie McDowel...

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