|June 5, 2010||
Newly Appointed Waterkeepers
|May 2, 2009||
The Committee decided to get new signs for our fisheries. ...
|April 25, 2009||
On a bad day weather wise, an energetic group of members and Committee met at Beaufort Bridge at 11am and worked to 2pm and collected twelve large bags of litter and other rubbish from the river banks of our fisheries and from Beat 3. A job very well done and our river banks are all the better for this work.
In total forty members have participated in the cleaning and trimming of riverbanks over the past three months. The Committee expresses its gratitude to those members who showed up for this difficult work.
|Jan 2, 2009||
Works on River 2009
Maintenance Coordinators Michael Collins and Richard Barry got the years
work off on Saturday 3rd Jan with a survey of Broderick's Paul Connor's
and Beat 3. The work got underway on Saturday 10th January with
the following workers. Stewart Stephens Mike Crowley John Hussey Johnny
Sullivan Mike Collins and Billy Downes. The cleanup of Paul Connors Car
Park was finished in very bad weather on the Opening Day of the season
by Mike Crowley Johnny Sullivan and Stewart Stephens. It is said
to look as good as a Multi Storey car park at the moment.
|Jun 2, 2008||
Lost and Found
- A listing of items lost and found on the river
|Mar 1, 2008||
The Committee has decided that in the interests of
Safety that it will be compulsory for juvenile members under the age of
sixteen to wear a Buoyancy Aid ...
This was kicked off in
February with new decking and handrails to the bridge over Caol Stream
this was done by Richard Barry and Billy Downes.
|Jan 4, 2007||
Gaddagh Bridge Gone
The Gaddagh Bridge at Killoughane Beaufort long a serious obstruction to spawning salmon in certain water conditions was washed away in the recent floods.
|Sep 15, 2006||
Photos of 2006.
The rain came at last on Friday 1st September and on Saturday 2nd anglers began meeting fish. Most fish reported from early September were small 3 to 4 lbs and some slightly coloured. Fresher and slightly better fish are now being met.
One very lucky angler was Mike Browne from Tralee who on his first visit to the Laune as a Club Member caught a beautiful 15lb fish on the fly off Johnson's high bank, Derek Dennehy was on hand to net the fish.
the first photos of the 2006 season its a pity its so late in the year
but anglers are advised to make the best of the good water, but it still
takes time to meet up with a fish.
|Aug 2, 2006||
“I love fishing the river Laune …”
Tim Smith, Editor
English man Tim Smith was introduced to the river Laune some years ago, and having fallen in love with the river from the moment he set foot on its banks, he is now a regular visitor...
|Jul 23, 2006||
Mark Corps, IFI Angling Advisor.
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