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NASF 2013 Fishing Auction

Grab yourself some magnificent salmon, sea trout or bonefish fishing, or some exquisite tackle, from the superb lots offered in the 2013 NASF Auction. ... Full story

International Salmon Treaty Fails Yet Again!

Once again an organisation set up and funded by international governments has failed to do the very job for which it was created. This time the wild Atlantic salmon, already struggling to recover from years of commercial overfishing, disease and parasites from salmon farms, will be the victim of public sector time wasting and intransigence. ... Full story

An Appeal From Orri Vigfusson - North Atlantic Salmon Fund - Your Help is Needed

Every year we need to raise funds to help salmon return to native rivers. Our core business is buying out nets and maintaining an open seas moratorium. We have gained trust amongst netsmen worldwide but naturally we need to pay them fair compensation. Probably 85% of the North Atlantic feeding grounds are now covered by commercial agreements. Our campaign is very focused on the remaining nets in Northern Norway, the Foyle district and coastal nets in Scotland. ... Full story

Security Council accepts the Salmon Challenge

The Russian Security Council has decided to confront Norway with the damage its commercial salmon fishing industry is doing to the future of Russia‘s wild Atlantic salmon stocks. The Russians have decided to make the issue a priority for discussion at the March 2013 meeting of the Norwegian-Russian intergovernmental commission. ... Full story

2012 Auction for Wild Salmon in Norway

The Eighth Auction in Support of Wild Salmon in Norway will take place 25th October 2012 from 6:00 PM at The Old Astrup Fearnley Museum for Modern Art in Oslo. The full auction catalogue is now available and a shorter English language version is reproduced here that you can read online. ... Full story

Norwegian Salmon Nets Before the Security Council in Russia

The Governor of the Murmansk region, Marina Kovtun, has decided to refer the dispute on Norwegian coastal netting in Finnmark to the Security Council in Russia. Diplomatic talks in the last two years have failed to produce results. ... Full story

Iceland Government suspends plans for three big dams

The Icelandic Government has accepted NASF‘s objections to a new hydro-electric generating scheme on Iceland‘s biggest river and suspended the plans to build three dams to power generation plants. ... Full story

NASF Conservation Deal Ends 2000 Years of Salmon Tradition

For 2000 years the fishermen of Mudeford in Dorset are believed to have followed an unbroken tradition of organised fishing to catch the big salmon and sea trout returning to the Hampshire Avon and the Dorset Stour from their sea migration. ... Full story

Russia and EU Join Fight Over Norwegian Salmon Netting

The Russian Government and the EU Fisheries Commission back NASF‘s campaign to curb Norwegian salmon netting. Since 1994 the North Atlantic Salmon Fund (NASF) and its international partners have campaigned to close the Norwegian commercial salmon fishery in Finnmark ... Full story

NASF Norway to Support Salmon Activist on Trial in Canada

Reddvillaksen.no (the Norweigan branch of the North Atlantic Salmon Fund) supports Don Staniford in his trial against Mainstream (Cermac) where he stands accused of defamation with USD10k in financial aid. ... Full story

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