The Newry and Clanrye Rivers combine to flow through Newry city at the head of Carlingford Lough. It is a medium sized (5-20 meters) river with good brown trout fishing.
The Clanrye site is a 2 channel crump built into the original weir. The weir itself spans the breadth of the river at this location and the design and layout of the area was to encourage fish to migrate upstream through the fish pass.
Site Details - Partial Count
|1||Width of River:|
|2||Breadth of Channels/Arrays:||4m|
|a. Channel 1||2m|
|b. Channel 2||2m|
|3||Electrode Total Length:||15m|
|4||Width Not Covered by Array||24m|
|5||Operational Start Date||Sep-07|
|6||First Data Set||Sep-07|
|8||Camera Coverage||1- C2 Inside|
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|Date||Net Up Count|
|13 May 2013||57|