Fishing In Curry
The River Moy rises in the Ox Mountains and flows approximately 110Km (68 Miles) to where it enters the Atlantic ocean at Killala Bay. The River Moy is rated as one of the best Salmon rivers in Europe, with catches of between 8,000 and 10,000 Wild Atlantic Salmon annually to the Rod and Line.
The salmon season opens on the first day of February and continues until the last day of September. The Spring fishing in Curry is at its best from mid March until Mid May. From this time the Grilse start entering the Moy system and this run of fish peaks around mid to late June. Depending on water conditions fresh sea liced Grillse continue to enter the Moy until early August. From Late August harvest / autumn start to travel upstream and while these fish are not as silver as the earlier runs but they can prove to be great sport.
The river Moy is abundant in both salmon and trout, suitable for fly fishing and using the traditional 'worm' method.
The River Moy is located within 5 minutes of Yeats County Inn, we have local expertise who know all 'the good spots' available to help guests who wish to fish. The other advantage of fishing around Curry area is that the river is not as fished as the Ballina and Foxford areas, making it a more authentic and unique experience.
Yeats County Inn Hotel is the ideal base for your fishing trip, located only 10 minutes from Knock International Airport (Ireland West)