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Name: Philip Maguire
4/4/2009
Another great turnout at the competition today ,
1st Place went to Stanley Aspinal, 2nd Steven Brennan,  3rd Willie Darragh,
Winner of the Junior Competition was Nathan Young, 2nd Jason Batson,
Anthony O Hagan had a lovely Trout at 1lb 1oz.
Name: Dessie Diamond
3/4/2009
Castledawson camogie club are having a duck race on the Moyola river on Friday 10th April at 4pm. They require some fishermen in waders to help release and then catch ducks for the race. Can they remember to bring a landing net
Name: Seamus Donnelly
2/4/2009
Fergal - there's not too many pro's fishing the moyola. just a lot of crafty boys who know where the trout are at.
A good suggestion for early season is a gold head hares nymph (size 12-14) on the point and an iron blue dun or greenwells glory on the dropper fished in the runs. a floating line is fine.The strong current at the top of a pool will swing the flies around very quick. therefore the fish doesn't have a lot of time to think and normally grabs anything which looks like food.
if this method doesn't work,blame Tommy Mc Grath.
he told me about it...
Name: Fergal Doyle
2/4/2009
Can any of you pro,s tell me what flies are working best at the minute,and what way should they be fished ie,sinking or floating lines . ty
Name: kevin okane
1/4/2009
just wondering dose anyone know where to get black head worms??
Name: gerry mc court
30/3/2009
great site, i fished this river back about 24yrs ago, it was good then local people are very friendly, we run a youth fiashing club from belfast, and where made very welcoming by the local people, to whom we give a big thank you . thanks for the memories. i have put my fishing rod back into the water after all this time would love to drop down to the river again. once more great site . i would be more than helpful if you need a hand to clean up. i am living here in belfast.  thinking of heading down to river in next few weeks. i shall clean up and litter as i find it and take it home with me, tight lines all the way.
Name: JOHN MC KENNA
30/3/2009
I HOPE TO BE IN A POSITION TO GIVE YOU A HAND PETER. THE MORE NOTICE ON THE WEBSITE THE BETTER.REGARDING THE ONGOING POLLUTION EVERY ANGLER WHO IS DOORSTEPPED COMING UP TO AN ELECTION SHOULD RAISE THE ISSUE OF POLLUTION AND ENVIRONMENTAL VANDALISM WITH WHOEVER IS THERE LOOKING FOR VOTES. I HAVE DONE THIS MYSELF AND I HOPE AT THE VERY LEAST IT PLANTS SEEDS IN PEOPLES' HEADS
Name: Damien Murtagh
29/3/2009
what date do the froms for joining the club have to be in for. Also does there be any cleaning around the lismuck part of the river?
Damian - Forms can be left in anytime. Work parties are making their way round the river at the moment - Lisnamuck will be added to the list. Regards - Michael.
Name: ciaran bradley
29/3/2009
Hows it going peter will give you a hand no bother just get in touch through this guest book PS was at the river today potatoes are being dumped into the river again what a mess,as we all know it is probably the usual suspects,i would like to ask all anglers if they see anything to get in touch with one of the club seniors or call the pollution hotline,we have a good idea who is doing this we need this stopped,this is illegal dumping and is damaging to water quaility and invertabrates.
Name: willydarragh
29/3/2009
let me know peter when you intend doing it im up for that
Name: peter walls
28/3/2009
in the next 2/3 weeks time i am intending to clean up the river around the forgetown bridge ,there is a lot of litter to be lifted and overhanging branches to be trimmed .have i any volunteers?
Name: Administrator
27/3/2009
In response to 'Lisnamuck Locals' about canoeing issue - we would be happy to include your comment as long as a proper name is provided for the guest book. Anonymous posts on the guest book, do not provide a fair platform for informed debate. For this reason your comments have not been published on the website.
Name: seamus donnelly
26/3/2009
I just read an article about the re-introduction of salmon farming in the Ballynahinch Estuary in Co. Galway. It is worth a read because some day our wee river could be under threat and we could be asking for help.
To read the article and sign the petition against the renewel of the farm, follow the link below..

http://www.petitiononline.com/seatrout/petition/html

Name: seamus donnelly
19/3/2009
there is a limited number of places left for the weekend trip to fermanagh on 23rd-24th may.
please contact tommy mc grath or a committee member as soon as possible.
a deposit of 28 is required for anyone needing b&b accomadation.
the venue is mill lough in ballinaleck outside Enniskillen and will be fly only.
a DCAL. permit is required which costs 5 for three days
along with the usual competition fees.

Name: philip maguire
14/3/2009
there was a good turnout at the first competition of the season , good bags of trout caught, 1st place was willie darragh 2nd place tommy mc grath and 3rd place went to barry diamond, best junior was nathan young
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