DERRY – The Minister for Natural Resources and Environment (MNRE) has approved the issuance of a fishing license for the Nh in Loch Loma for anglers in the state.
Minister for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Mark Haughton said in a statement.
The Nh is an area of the state that has a rich ecosystem that includes the Loch Lomas and Lake Lomas.
In this area, there is a thriving fishery with the local fishing communities that are actively looking to establish sustainable sustainable fishery practices and improve conditions for the local people.
The lake is currently over 100 metres deep, but will be closed to fishing in the coming months to allow the waters to recede and the lake to be drained.
Fishing licences for Loch Lommons and Lake Lisoms are issued by the MNRE to fishermen.
The Minister noted that it is important that the waters are well stocked and that the conditions for fishing remain the same as they were prior to the damming.
It is also important that fishermen are able to manage the risk of a spill to the lake.
The Loch Lomo is a freshwater body that flows from Loch Llamas to Lake Lommas.
It forms part of the North Sea, a large oceanic system that is used by a wide range of marine life including the sea lions and the porpoises of the Atlantic.
This system of water has been affected by climate change and the dam has disrupted the flow of water.
In addition, there has been a lot of dredging and mining activities on the lakes, which has led to increased pollution of the waters.
The lakes are currently closed to the public due to high pollution.
The dam has also affected the fishing industry in the area.
Fishing was not permitted in Loch Lisoms until the dam was released and there is no prospect of it being re-established.
The Ministry will be releasing a report in the near future on the status of the fishery in the Nhu in order to inform the Minister’s decision.
It will also be publishing a report on the impact of the dam on the fishers.
This report will help inform Ministerial decisions on the future of the Nha, which is the area in the Lake Lomans that is currently closed.
For more information about fishing licences, go to www.mnre.ie/fishing.