Atlantic Salmon Federation

Sea Lice Mutation – A Cause for Concern?

In 11 years mutated salmon lice DNA has spread around the North Atlantic. ... Full story

Is Your Salmon Small Because of Hungry Cavemen?

Stone Age hunters didn’t need to tell fish tales—the fish they caught really were whoppers! ... Full story

Removing the Selune Dams in France

A letter from Orri Vigfusson of the North Atlantic Salmon Fund supporting the demolition of the two dams on the Selune River in Normandy. The aim is to restore biodiversity to the river and, in context, to the entire watershed. ... Full story

Sea Lice Negatively Impact Salmon and Sea Trout

Scientific review proves that sea lice negatively impact wild salmon and sea trout in Ireland, Scotland and Norway. ... Full story

Salmon Recolonizing Upper Adour in France

Salmon are recolonizing newly reconnected zones in rivers of the Adour basin. ... Full story

Hemingway on Seine Salmon

Ernest’s grandson, John Hemingway, reflects on Atlantic salmon ... 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

Tougher Measures Needed to Save Canadian Salmon

Conservation group issues no-kill plea as fish numbers plummet. ... Full story

Wild Salmon can Adapt to Climate Change

New research shows that Atlantic salmon are more capable of withstanding temperature changes than scientists had thought. ... Full story

Contamination Threatens Top North American Salmon River

High levels of zinc, fecal coliform, nitrogen, phosphorus and solid waste have been found in Quebec's York River ... Full story

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