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29 Sep 2011

Travels with a volcano 7: The Cummeragh

The mouth of the Cummeragh is one of the most hard-fished drifts on Currane. It provides fishing for spring salmon (in particular), but sea-trout also lie all over the bay. Here's a fish which took a Bloody Butcher (point) early one September day. I was particularly pleased to get this one because Tom (O'Shea) had turned his nose up at my choice of fly - he'd have preferred me to fish three Bibios, I think.

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