Salmon Watch Ireland are holding what should be a very interesting seminar on the impact of climate change on salmon stocks on Saturday 11 October in the Salthill Hotel in Galway. See the flyer for full details.
The Slaney’s season will come to an end tomorrow the 16th. Low water has meant that there has been very little activity on the river in September. Once we get a rise in the water fish will be starting to … Continued
Hogg Enterprises Limited have submitted an application dated 28 July seeking permission to upgrade their hydro scheme at Clohamon. This follows the ruling that that an application submitted on 26 May was invalid due to issues with the siting of … Continued
Ken Dodd, Chair of Environment sub com. has been informed that Wexford CC intend to carry out work on the bank of the Slaney, downstream of Bunclody during the month of August. He understands that Wexford CC has all the … Continued
Wexford County Council have declared the planning application to upgrade the Clohamon Weir Hydro scheme invalid due to issues with the public display of the site notice. Prior to this unexpected development strong objections had been lodged by IFI, The … Continued
Unfortunately the Webcam is down at present. It may take a little while to fix. For the second year in row the sea trout run on the Slaney has been very slow. Anglers are reporting very few fish being seen … Continued
Following a request at the recent SRT AGM members may be interested in reviewing the attached report with photographs prepared at the time by SRT Environmental Committee Chairman Ken Dodd on the release of 127 salmon and circa 500 sea trout trapped in the … Continued
The AGMs of the Slaney Rodfishers Association and Slaney River Trust will be held on Friday 13 June at 7 pm in Redmonds in Bunclody. Copies of the accounts for the year ended 31 March 2013 for the Slaney Rodfishers … Continued