Water ranges at the moment had been at a stage not seen for some time after yesterday’s heavy rains. The thunderstorms and torrential rain appear to have produced widespread flooding all through the area. The Boyne and Kells Blackwater had been in heavy flood at the moment and Lough Ramor was excessive. Regardless of all that, at the moment was an entire distinction with summery circumstances and temperatures nicely into the kids. It’s no surprise that coarse and pike anglers had been taking full benefit of the positive day. Anglers had been even capable of fish in tee shirts and polo tops. Not one thing you see too usually in October.
Anglers on Lough Ramor had been definately anticipating to hit fish throughout their session and there have been a few dropped runs whereas I used to be there this morning. Members of the Bluebell Angling Membership had been visiting once more at the moment and reported some good fish over the earlier weekend. Paul Byrne and Phil O’Neill had a few cracking fish on legered lifeless baits. Phil broke his private greatest report with a beautiful pike that weighed in at 20.9lbs. Paul then adopted up virtually instantly with a high quality fish of 18lbs.
Within the Bailieboro space some good pike had been additionally reported to lifeless baits. Fish of 16lbs and 12lbs respectively being reported. The pike are nonetheless actively feeding in the meanwhile so perhaps its time to strive your luck over the weekend.