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Land of Giants

Courtesy of Fin Lovers we are delighted to be able to bring you the ‘9 Degrees South – Land of Giants’ movie that was mostly filmed at Astove Atoll in the Seychelles. ... Full story

Planning Victory for Scottish Salmon Campaign

The Highland Council has refused an application by the Scottish Salmon Company to remove a planning condition limiting their permission to operate a salmon farm at Sgeir Dughall to 10 years only. ... Full story

Some Big Irish Salmon Showing

Reports from the Irish rivers suggest that it’s mostly grilse coming through, but there are some big salmon to be caught. ... Full story

A Strong Late Run in Canada?

The Atlantic Salmon Federation report that some Canadian rivers might hold surprises for the fall, as the late runs of 2014 continue to enter rivers. ... Full story

UK Film Premiere – Land of Giants

The UK premiere of the film and a talk by Keith Rose-Innes is to take place at Farlows on 16 September. ... Full story

Possible Women’s World Record Sea Trout from Rio Gallegos

Swedish angler Anna Karin Sjöberg catches a 31lb 8oz chrome sea trout. ... Full story

Farlows and Sportfish at the Atlantic Salmon Reserve

Steve Hunt looks back at a wonderful week spent by the Farlows and Sportfish teams on the Kola Peninsula. ... Full story

UK's Salmon & Trout Association Calls for New Limits on Salmon Exploitation

S&TA calls on Scottish Ministers to act now to limit salmon exploitation in response to the worst runs in decades ... Full story

Atlantic Salmon Reserve - Season Review

As we reach the last week of the main 2014 season at ASR, it seemed an appropriate time to try to take stock and reflect on what has been an unpredictable but ultimately very successful season. ... Full story

Supermarkets Sell Norwegian Fish as ‘Scottish’ Salmon

Intensively farmed Norwegian fish are being sold as wild Scottish salmon, according to campaigners who have called in the competition authority over what they claim are ‘systemic failures’ in the industry. ... Full story