The Caenis hatch or anglers curse at it is commonly know can produce an amazing rise of fish but can be very frustrating. On lakes all over the country you will be able to see just how many fish are in some of the venues that can seem void of fish at other times of the year. Here are some tips I have discovered that I hope help you get to grips with Caeni fishing before you give up completly.
I thought I would create a resource, for anyone interested in lough fishing salmon and seatrout in Ireland, and to share a few of my favourite spots, with advice on the time of year to fish them. I might live to regret giving away my favourite fishing places but sure, Ireland has a wealth of loughs where salmon and seatrout can be sought out; from Donegal in the north west, right down along the west coast, to Waterville on the south west coast. I mainly fish up north in Donegal and go down as far as Galway. The options available are plentiful but I had to draw the line somewhere, so I've chosen a few of my favourites.