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Set in a private 700 acre estate of woodland, rivers and walks in the heart of Connemara Co. Galway

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Tuesday, 11 June 2019

Fishing Update 11th June 2019  

Fishing Update 11th June 2019

With low water conditions for the best part of April and very low water for all of May, we saw saw no salmon or sea trout but it did open a window to some wonderful dry fly fishing for the resident brown trout with some fish over the 30cm mark. The l...

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Thursday, 28 June 2018

Fishing Update 28th June 2018  

Fishing Update 28th June 2018

Conditions for salmon fishing had been difficult prior the 5th of June, with salmon lying in the deep pools and never showing interest in any fly put over them. Thankfully the weather broke and within 24 hours of rain falling a 5lb grilse was landed by Ke...

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Wednesday, 30 May 2018

Connemara Greenway at Ballynahinch Officially Opened  

Connemara Greenway at Ballynahinch Officially Opened

A 6km stretch of the Connemara Greenway was officially launched on Monday 28th May. The completed section from Athry to Cloonbeg, which runs through the Ballynahinch estate, encompasses some wonderful views and sheltered wooded areas and is suitable for w...

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Friday, 22 September 2017

Fishing Update September 2017  

Fishing Update September 2017

From the 1st of September, there have been twenty salmon caught, but all were released as we are nearing the end of the fishing season. Fishing club member, Pierre Perret, caught 3 Salmon. He released 10lb salmon on the 14th September and on the 17th...

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Thursday, 17 August 2017

Fishing Update August 2017  

Fishing Update August 2017

The recent weather has led to a favourable water level for fishing. A total of 16 salmon were landed between the 24th July to August 16th. They weighed between 4-14lbs in weight, with a 14lb salmon was caught by Tom McManus with a Collie Dog Fly.The ...

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