Pleasant weather has encouraged anglers to still use the little dries and nymphs at Cashel this weekend.
Maurice Whiteman (Ardmore, Derry) had a brilliant day on dries banking an amazing nineteen trout. Maghera’s Bernard Mellon released half a dozen trout which took mostly dries too. Martin Mellon (Portglenone) released twenty-three trout which took dries and suspender buzzers. Billy Hazlett (Derry) released seven trout and killed one for home weighing 2lb 7ozs which took wee klinkhammers/parachute flies. Gerard Quinn and son Adam (Maghera) accompanied by Joe Early also from Maghera bagged two trout for home which weighed almost 4lb that fell to a coachman and a black spider. Roy Gregg and Barry Crainey (Portadown) banked one and four trout respectively and lost one which took a wee pink/white dry and a GH orange blob. Henry McIlhone (Downpatrick) hooked and lost his four which took small black dries. Mark Boyce (Dungiven) spent a couple of hours and released five lovely trout which took dries too. John Hasson also from Dungiven released eight beauties which took assorted dries.
River Licences are on sale at Cashel Trout Fishery.
We are now taking group bookings for any angling club or corporate groups interested in a fun day. Catering facilities are available in the adjacent Cashel Fishing Lodge.
Info and enquiries to Marlene at 17 Birren Road, Dungiven, Co L’Derry, BT47 4SH, Tel: Dungiven 028777 42159, email:firstname.lastname@example.org, Website: www.cashellakeview.co.uk