Terry Smithson

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September 2011

Well , we are nearly back on line fully after an absence of about 6 months due to administration problems with our last server. There is still a bit of work to do on the website but when I get some free time I will be busy with getting everything updated. There is a huge …

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Secretary Report 2010

Secretary’s Report The 2010 season was a reasonably good season for members and many salmon were reported caught throughout the year. The numbers caught however did not reflect the number of salmon seen going over the weirs or in the system which also was not reflected in official figures from the Loughs Agency again. The …

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Welcome To Omagh Anglers

Omagh Anglers is one of the oldest and largest angling clubs in Northern Ireland with around 700 members. The club has access to fishing which extends from upstream of the county town of Omagh down to below Newtownstewart taking in the rivers Drumragh, Camowen, Strule and the Owenkillew. This is one of the most prolific …

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Towards the end of the Second World War, food was scarce and expensive, and the Council laid aside land at Johnston Park for allottments. Men from all over the town took over these plots as they were called, and worked them growing fresh vegetables and as befits keen gardeners these men had a love of …

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