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Ocean Condition Changes Affect Salmon Prey

Changes in ocean conditions in the northwest Atlantic have altered the food web, changing the quantity and quality of important prey species. ... Full story

Spey Salmon Hopes

The Aberdeen Press and Journal reports that there are hopes for increased salmon numbers in the River Spey after a dam reclassification. ... Full story

Hatchery Salmon are Genetically Different

A study finds that salmon hatcheries produce genetically different fish to those in the wild. ... Full story

Researchers Discover Size Gene in Atlantic Salmon

New research has implications on the ecology and management of Atlantic Salmon stocks. ... Full story

New Chair of ASF Board of Directors

The Atlantic Salmon Federation (ASF) has announced that John T. Dillon of Greenwich, Connecticut, has assumed the chairmanship of the organization’s U.S. Board of Directors. ... Full story

Live Release!

Check out the winning images in the Atlantic Salmon Federation’s great competition. ... Full story

Atlantic Salmon Federation Honour Mary Barley

The Atlantic Salmon Federation (ASF) honoured Mary Barley, a passionate environmentalist and advocate for wild Atlantic salmon, at their 33rd Annual New York Dinner in New York. ... Full story

Sea Lice Study Highlights Issues for Sea Trout and Salmon

A new scientific study based on existing literature provides an excellent overview of how sea lice can affect both sea trout and Atlantic salmon. ... Full story

Moratorium on Murmansk Salmon Fishing

A moratorium has been introduced in connection with an outbreak of disease in parts of the wild salmon stocks. ... Full story

Rock Snot Proliferation is Cause for Concern

Scientists are to study why 'rock snot' is proliferating and what its possible effects are upon salmon. ... Full story

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