> In America the salmon swim up the rivers, spawn and die. They've already
> completed the trip in some parts of Alaska and they come up the rivers here in
> Bellingham in late August and September. We're south of Ireland so I expect
> the Irish salmon runs would be earlier than ours. Liz
"Salmon can be caught in Irish waters from January through to October.
The bigger fish known as 'Springers' tend to run in the early months of
"The biggest run of salmon comprise of grilse or summer salmon…The
timing of the main runs varies between river systems but most begin in June…
"Many Irish rivers also have large runs of salmon with the first rains
of the autumn. This autumn run often makes up the bulk of the adult
salmon returning to any catchment. These fish continue to come into the
systems after the season closes…"
...ach 1000 bl. air ais, cò aige tha fhios?