COVID 19 – CLUB UPDATE 13 July 2020
Inland Fisheries Ireland- update Phase 3 Galway and Moy Fisheries
Latest information is available here:
- Please observe all Govt Travel Guidelines in force
- Bring your own Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as Gloves and hand sanitiser
- DO NOT LEAVE ANY PPE IN THE BOATS OR AT THE QUAY – DISPOSE OF THESE RESPONSIBLY AND SAFELY
- Please observe the 2m Social Distancing rule at all times
- Only one per per safety boat unless from the same family unit
- Return Safety Boats promptly to the jetty
Please observe the club’s anti-litter and clean coast policy in relation to the use of the Moy and Bartra Island.
Please only leave you footprints behind when leaving the island.
Welcome to the Moy Estuary Sea Trout Angling and Boat Club.
LIFE-JACKETS WILL NOT SAVE YOUR BOAT
BUT THEY WILL KEEP YOU AFLOAT!
Check your life-jackets now before going on the water.
Due to shifting sand banks you are advised to navigate with great caution from The Quay to Bartra Island. Always check your tides before departing. Seek local knowledge for latest information.
New Video of Moy Estuary – Quay Village
Moy Fisheries Draft Netting Wild Atlantic Salmon. This Practice continued until the early 1990s.
Located at The Quay Village on the Moy estuary at the entrance to Killala Bay and just 2Km from Ballina, Co Mayo.
The club’s membership consists of boating and fishing enthusiasts who are committed to the promotion and preservation of this excellent amenity and development of related activities in harmony with the environment of the area and natural habitats.
- Fishing and fishing competitions
- Pleasure boating
- Island trips and BBQs (Bartra Island)
- Management of Moorings
Wild Atlantic Way
The Quay at Ballina has been designated one of the Wild Atlantic Way Discovery Points