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Feb 02

Some photos from the Competitions at Birchwood Fishery 2017

Davy Fulton playing a lovely rainbow trout Keith Pattison brining one to the net! Waiting on the results! Anthony Lyttle netting a trout for Ronan Lyttle one to the net!

Sep 20

FASTA and the rainbow Trout infestation below Newtownstewart

There have been several meetings over the last few weeks with the affiliates of FASTA to organise the response and move the issue forward with regards the huge quantities of rainbow trout that are now in the Strule and Mourne Rivers. Representatives from Omagh Anglers Association have been present at the meetings and are giving …

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Feb 22

David Campbell Omagh Anglers

Just to let everyone know that for the 2017 season there will be only one outlet to buy your Omagh Anglers permit. This will be CA Andersons Market Street Omagh.

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Nov 18

The end to another season

Another season has come to an end and many anglers have had varying degrees of success on the local rivers with both trout and salmon. Don’t forget to make your returns to the Loughs Agency and include all the salmon that were released as well as those that were kept.

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May 07

Council refuse to give breakdown of costs!

I have received this latest email from Omagh District Council. After recent press reports and the Chief Executive stating that the hydro was going to be an enhancement in terms of fishery interests I asked for a detailed breakdown of what enhancement works had occurred and a detailed cost analysis. It was not forthcoming . …

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Mar 16

Omagh Hydro, new picture of shoaling and dry weirs

Now what Mr Salmon, where to now? You all will probably have seen pictures of the upper section shown here, with plenty of water flowing through it. The picture here shows what happened when the water was diverted to the hydro. There was nothing left to go over the weirs and it shows the full …

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Mar 15

When the hydro was turned on!!!!

The Council hydro was tested out today. The result as we all knew it would be, was, two dry weirs , fish caught floundering in small pools and grey crows and herons having a feast. Note this area shown is below the weirs and the Loughs Agency officer was able to cross the area in …

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Oct 30

October 2011

Another season over and varying reports on failure and success. Some very excellent catches on the Camowen with quite a few salmon returned carefully to the water. The same story on the Drumragh with H Mc Sorley catching and releasing several salmon on the upper reaches of the Drumragh and Owenreagh. As many will have …

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Sep 28

End of September 2011

The Officers of the Club have had a busy few weeks with several meetings being attended. The Secretary ,Treasurer ,Chairman and Assistant Treasurer all met up with Dr Paul Johnston in the Silverbirch Hotel on the 13th September to discuss the next Hydroelectric scheme on our rivers. It is to be sited directly above the …

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