Its time to restart my blog, as it seems like it has been an absolute age since the last time i put my ideas and experiences into words. The year has been really flown by for me- i really do not know where the time goes these days. Being ill at
the start of the year didnt help me really as i was drained of my normal energy and i am still not 100 percent.. For this reason I didnt fish many competitions this year , so i tried to put all my efforts into just a couple of competitions
The only downfall you get when you put all your eggs in one basket . either you can be greatly rewarded or be greatly dissapointed and that is exactly the way my year went. Although i have learnt many things this season on many different
levels, i do have regrets and maybe in hindsight i should of went about things a different way. But hey we live and learn
Over the next few months i will put the 2018 season to bed and try and put my thoughts ideas and experiences down in some
sort of readable fashion.
19.05 | 05:47
Hi Denis Good meeting last night, and enjoyed reading your blog. Felt I was on the lake with you. Great work
02.05 | 20:42
Hi Dennis loved the article straight to the point .just wondered will the trout feed on the small buzzers all year ?
06.04 | 11:57
Cant wait to read this
01.03 | 03:03
glad u enjoy, ty, will be back when the fishing returns
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Lough Owel Trout Preservation Association Club run a great fishery , i would encourage all anglers fishing the lake to join the club, if the local clubs do not get the support , Lakes like Lough Owel will no longer exist .
You also need a IFI permit to fish the lake and the bag limit is 2 trout.
Lough Owel will fish all year round and is fast becoming a go to destination for anglers all over Ireland. Waters like Rutland , Grafham and Chew produce exactly the same browns Lough Owel does. Fish to double figures are not unheard of on these waters in the UK and they attract anglers from all over the UK, International Anglers and Irish Anglers and we have Lough Owel on our doorstep,. It just makes you think. Triploids are really doing great in the lake, it makes you think what the future holds and yes there are grown on Double Figured Trout in Lough Owel. I personally will be fishing aLough Owel a lot more next year.