Yearly Archives: 2017
A trout fishermen presence is required on the river as the poaching and killing of salmon is wide spread and out of control along the river. This is despite the best efforts of IFI. Please report all incidences with a date and location to IFI and copied to email@example.com.
How to contact Inland Fisheries Ireland
For general enquiries call 01 8842600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To report pollution or poaching 24 hours a day phone 1890 34 74 24
February 13, 2017
Please click here to view the Slaney River Trust’s objection to the proposed closure of the River Slaney to salmon fishing in 2017.February 13, 2017
The Department sent a generic response to all those who submitted an objection to the proposed closure of the River Slaney to salmon fishing in 2017. Click here to view the letter.February 13, 2017
Please click here for this years Chairman’s Letter. We hope to see you at the AGM (Details Below).February 13, 2017
Please click here to view the accounts for 2016. If you have any questions regarding any aspect of them feel free to email email@example.com
January 20, 2017
The Slaney River Trust and Slaney Rodfishers Association will hold it’s AGM on Friday 24th February at 7 pm in Redmond’s, Bunclody. An Agenda will be available soon. We would encourage you to attend in order to influence what is a critical year ahead for the river Slaney.
January 20, 2017
Apologies to our members for the delay in updating you on the proposed closure of the river. Following our emergency meeting on the 22nd November the Slaney River Trust and a number of our members have been active representing the outrage felt by most anglers along the river. We understand that in the region of 100 objections were submitted to Minister Sean Kyne during the consultation period which ended on the 11th December. Since then the Slaney River Trust met with Minister Sean Kyne together with Minister Paul Keogh and TD John Paul Phelan at Leinster House outlining our views as to why the river should remain open to salmon fishing and how the main problem that requires immediate attention is the catastrophic situation at Clohamon where fish are being trapped in the Tailrace. A full report of the meeting will be available soon.
We are disappointed to report that despite this huge effort made by so many people we have not had a formal response from either IFI or the Minister.
We are now holding another meeting, as requested by numerous members, on Friday 24th February. We will be discussing how we, a strong body representing the river, is going to progress in our desire for the river to remain open to salmon fishing and for a solution to be found to resolve the drastic situation at Clohamon.