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Name: John McArdle
Hi Brian in reply to what fly to use in Donegal.
I use a pheasant tail nymph with jungle and a we bit of mallard tied into it.
Fish this on the 4th dropper.
Name: Brian Bigmore
I'm heading to Donegal for the weekend fishing for wild Brown's, anybody have any tips for flies to use?
Name: Philip Maguire
Im really looking forward to this weekend away in Donegal. Allways good craic.
I hope Speedy remembers to take all with him. Jack you be careful with your rod and keep it out of water when boat is in forward motion.Tom mineral only.Brian any fish you kill put them in a bag.Mervin only 4 fish bag limit.Stanley bring loads of flies.Tommy dont make up new rules on the day and keep willie at bay.I think Seamie is allowed to go.Budder bring a battery for speedy.Patsy and Maura turn up early.
Tight lines to all and have a good weekend.
Name: Sean Osborne
There are good people out there, a fellow angler found my rod and will be getting it back, happy days, many thanks.
Great news Sean,Its great to see their are decent people out there. Your a very lucky man.
Thank you very much to the angler who found the rod and returned it to its owner.
Name: Jack Chapman
You will be interested to see the new web site from Frankie McPhillips, Enniskillen.
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Name: Sean O
If anyone finds a fly rod around the gates at the corner of the Moyola closest to the road between Curran and Tobermore please give me a shout Went out today at lunchtime today and left it behind on the side of the Road. Number is 07793412943. Much appreciated as i cant afford a new one at the minute and its only the start of the season. Cheers
Name: Tommy Mcgrath
The competitions report for the Gribbin House Cup and the Ulster Bank Junior Cup fished on the 14th of April. We had 5 juniors fishing for Ulster Bank Cup, In first place and a newcomer to our competitions was Cormac Rice, well done Cormac,In 2nd place was Andrew Booth and in 3rd place was Joseph Spiers. There was 17 seniors fishing for the Gribbin House Cup in first place was Barry Diamond bait fishing, In 2nd place was Patsy Harkin fly fishing, and joint 3rd place was Seamus Donnelly and Brian Bigmore fly fishing. Our league table has Barry Diamond on 26 points, Tommy Mcgrath on 17 points, Philip Maguire on 16, and Brian Bigmore and Patsy Harkin on 14 points, our best juniors are Joseph Spiers on 14points Andrew Booth on 12 points and Cormac Rice on 10 points. Our next competition the McCrackin Cup is our first evening competition on Monday the 14th of May starting at 7.00pm at Castledawson bridge. TIGHT LINES.
Name: Brian Bigmore
Great wee session this afternoon. Some lovely wee trout and plenty of smolts. The wee bit of water querley helps hi!
Name: Membership Officer
Just a reminder that the fees are now as follows -

Full member: 45.00
Associate member: 50.00
Pensioner member: 15.00
Junior member (u 16): 3.00
Junior B (16-18): 7.00

Please ensure you send the correct amount to avoid delay in getting your card to you.
Name: Joe
William McCauley: The 212 service from Belfast will take you to 2 bridges along the Moyola.

1.  6 miles after the 1st stop at Toome at a green bridge before the roundabout. (Google Maps 54.770073,-6.538904)

2. Curran Bridge, which is about 3miles from the stop for Magherafelt (2nd stop) Or you can get off 6 miles after the 1st stop at Toome at a bridge before the roundabout. (Google Maps: 54.799052,-6.60803)

The problem is getting the bus home again. You would almost be better getting a taxi from river back to your nearest bus stop for the return trip
Name: William McCauley
Is there any buses to any part of the moyola from Belfast and
> how much is a juvenile day ticket
Name: philip Maguire
Thanks again to Fergal for the lovely soup on Saturday.
Everyone enjoyed it.
Name: Tommy McGrath
Competition Secretarys report for the Ciaran Duffin Memorial Cup fished for on the 31st March.  The Water conditions were good but very low for this time of year and this suited the fly man for a change but most anglers choose bait fishing.  We had 5 juniors out today with Joseph Spiers best once again.  Another good turn out of 23 seniors made things very competitive on a good day.  In first place was Tommy McGrath on the fly, second place was Barry Diamond bait fishing and in third place was Patsy Harking on the fly.  A big well done to Tanya Steele our lady angler who weighed in three nice trout and who did a lot better than a lot of our men today.  To early for a league table just yet but I see a wee gap starting at the top at this early stage.  Our next competition is the Gribbin House Cup for the seniors and The Ulster Bank Cup for our juniors which are on Saturday 14th April at 10.30am.  Anyone going to Dunfanaghy could they please bring their fees along with them on the 14th.
Tight lines
Name: Gareth lyttle
Thats great. Thanks very much.
Name: Membership Officer
Hi Gareth.....your membership was passed at committee on Monday 26th March and your card was posted that night.
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