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16 May 2008
Despite the near-drought conditions on the Moyola, May has already been a very successful month for the Moyola Angling Association.
 
Last Monday night's competition saw a record turnout of anglers, with many new faces turning out to challenge the seasoned trout-masters of the Moyola.
The competition was won by Peter O'Neill, Patsy Harkin second and Joey O'Neill third.
 
 Willy Darragh has also reported that the major project along the banks of the Moyola at Castledawson to improve and access and river condition is now complete.
 Club Chairman, Seamus Donnelly paid tribute to all involved with the successful project: "I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all involved in the Castledawson path project. Work is now complete, special praise must be given to Willie Darragh who managed the project, Ian Cowden from DOE and the contractor C B mc Erlean. I hope the stretch fishes well this season."
 More pictures from the recent work at Castledawson will be available soon.
 
Willy has also reported that the first spring salmon was caught and returned last Thursday in the River Bann at Carnroe weighing 10.5 lb. With some much-needed rainfall, we can only hope for some early salmon and dollaghan in the Moyola.
 
Photographs from last years club trip to Donegal have now been uploaded to the wesbite you can view them here... Moyola Anglers in Donegal 2007. [Pictures by Philip Maguire]
 If you any images which you would like included on the website, please send them to info@moyolaangling.com
 
Michael McGlade, May 16