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Name: Brian Bigmore
Seamie are you still allowed to go to Scotland??
Name: Tommy Mcgrath
Competition report for The Maguire Cup fished on the 2nd of August. There were 20 seniors and 3 juniors out ,The water was very low after all the rain we had on Friday, there was poor rise of trout all night, Joey ONeill changes from bait to flys and it paid off as he took 1st place again,
Philip Maguire was in 2nd place bait fishing ,
and Stanley Aspinall was in 3rd place.
This brings Joey to just 3 points of Philip and 6 behind Tommy who has 72 points,Stanley is on 58 points, and in 5th place and says he is throwing in the towel and Patsy Harkin on 54 points. The club is of to Fermanagh this weekend for a bit of lake fishing, hopefully Mervyn will catch something,Seamy D is not going to Fermanagh i wonder why.
Our next competition is our Charity competition on the 14th August at 10.00 am and there is a B.B.Q  after this.
Tight lines.
Name: philip maguire
All those anglers that are allowed by there wives,girlfriends etc to go to fermanagh this weekend be sure and bring a lifejacket if you are intending to go out in a boat.
Tight lines

Competition report for Monday the 19th of July. The T. S. B. Challenge Cup was fished in good conditions, but the fishing was not so good.
Joey ONeill won his second competition this season with 2 nice trout,in 2nd place was Tommy Mcgrath and joint 3rd was Patsy Harkin and Stanley Aspinall, our best junior was John Mckay. Tommy  Mcgrath has moved 7 points ahead of Philip Maguire who had a quiet night, Joey O'Neill is making a late run up the leader board after this win.
Tommy is on 68 points,Philip is on 61 points, Joey is on 56 points,Stanley is on 52 points, and Patsy is on 51 points.
Our last evining competition is on the 2nd of August at 7 00 pm.
Seamus Donnelly got a yellow card for arguing and giving verbal abuse to the competition secretary,Mervyn is still telling big stories but still no fish, John Mckay is still a better fisherman than his da.There is still some places left  for our trip to Fermanagh on the 7th and 8th of August ring me .
Tight lines.
Name: Kevin O'Kane
Seen about 30 fish at weir in cdawson at 7am - about 10 looked like big springers, red fish from 8-12lb.
Name: T Elliott
Jungle Cock.

A lot of irish shrimp patterns for salmon incorporate jungle cock cheeks in their tying.
Is jungle cock really necessary in these patterns?
Name: paul fulton
the rain has came water levels are up and so are the fish we have been waiting for, i fished the back of the town at c/dawson this morning and landed a nice dolaghan 1oz short of 4lb on a mepps size 3 blue and silver, so hopeing a salmon will sniff the mepp the next time, tight lines to all.
Name: ciaran bradley
Hows it going all,i here theres a few fish about,Bernard marron got a wee grilse just above newbridge.Seen a few dollaghan myself at Newbridge weir.
Name: Tommy McGrath
Comeptition Secretary's report or the 5th July.  The Watterson Cup was fished for on Monday night their was a nice bit of water and a the chance of a salmon or dollaghan but nothing turned up!!! Peter o'Neill had a first win this season with a good bag of trout on the fly.  Tommy McGrath took second place for the 5th time on the fly and 3rd place was Phillip Maguire on bait.  Best junior was Jason Bateson who was fly fishing.  The leader board has Tommy McGrath 2 points ahead of Philip Maguire with Joey O'Neill and Stanley Aspinall in 3rd place.  Patsy Harkin drops back abit but still in 5th place.  Patsy needs to take some points from the last 2 evening competitions as lake and autumn fishing does not suit him.  The lakes do not suit Phillip but his style of fishing in the autumn will, however both lake and autumn fishing suits me fine!!! Both Joey and Stanley will be there or there abouts.  Willie who??? Cathy D has more chance of catching a fish than Seamie D has for the rest of the season.  The rest are just playing catch up.  Jason looks good for best junior at this stage.  Our next competition is the TSB Challenge on Monday 19th July 2010 at 7pm at Castledawson bridge.  Tight lines
its Kathy with a "K" Tommy not "C"
Name: Tommy McGrath
Competition Secretarys report for 28th June.  The Jack Lennox cup was won by Patsy Harkin his first win in a few years and a good move up the leader board.  2nd place goes to Tommy McGrath and 3rd place goes to Joey o'Neill.  The winner of the Ulster Bank Junior Cup was John McKay.  There were 17 seniors and 4 juniors out.  The top of the leader board has changed again .  Tommy McGrath 52 points, Philip Maguire 52 points, Joey O'Neill 42 points, Stanley Aspinall 41 points, Patsy Harkin 40 points, Adrian McKay 33 points, Brian Bigmore 32 points  and Seamus Donnelly on 30 points.  The Best Junior is Jason Bateson on 40 points and next is John McKay on 32 points.  
The next competition in on Monday 5th July at 7pm.
I would like to wish Seamus all the best for his big day and for the futrure.  Tight lines
Name: Chairman
I would like to say a big thank you to Tommy who organised the Charis Competition on Saturday.
A lot of people dont realise the work that goes into organising an event like this.

Well Done Tommy.

Name: Tommy Mcgrath
The Moyola Angling Association and The Mid Ulster Angling Club got to gether on Saturday for there annual Charis Charity fishing competition, there were 48 anglers out and a good few fish were landed.The Sperrin View Cottages Cup for best boat was won by William Mc Guckin. The S. H. J Joinery Cup for best bank was won by Joey ONeill. The J and B O,Kane Decorators Cup for the heaviest fish was won by Robert Paul. And our best junior was Clarke McConkey.The prizes were donated by Valerie Beattie, George Gourley,Denis Fergusson,Stanley Aspinall, Paul Graham,Crawfords fishing shop Maghera, Huestons fishing shop Castledawson, Robert Paul, and Sean Henry. A cheque for 671 Pounds was precented to Imelda Mc Gucken Centre Director for Charis.So a big thanks to everyone .

Name: Maire
I,ll second Phlip on that one and enjoy your special day
Name: patsyh
Had a very memorable evening's fishing recently- secret location and not my usual haunt.Caught 11 wild brownie keepers typically 10-12 inch plus  many smaller fish . The highlight being a trout about 1  & 3/4 pound. Had no weighing scales but measured the fish at 18 inches. This was the best fly caught wild river brown trout for me in years . Took about 3 to 4 minutes to land .  Most trout caught between 10.00 and 12.00 at night.  All on wet fly and returned . At the start of the evening having looked at the river ( very low and no obvious rise) I nearly  went home without fishing. just shows as Tommy would say.... if your fly is not in the water you'll catch no fish.
Name: patsyh
For anyone interested in checking river levels in scotland look at the SEPA site (Scottish Environment Protection Agency ) under the tab water you will find river levels - then you can see various river levels and details of the base level etc , the base level is defined on the site .
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