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Salmon Spawn in Petitcodiac

Monitoring reveals a key first step in the restoration of a once great Canadian salmon river. ... Full story

Columbia River Anglers Fishing Buoy 10 Must Release Wild Chinook

Starting Friday 23 August anglers fishing at the Buoy 10 fishery near the mouth of the Columbia River will be required to release any wild chinook salmon they intercept, but are currently cleared to catch hatchery chinook through to 01 September. ... Full story

Chest Wader Safety

Following the tragic death of an angler on the Torrent River the Atlantic Salmon Federation has published some sound advice. ... Full story

Climate and Capelin Explain Salmon Declines

Scientists say that that climate and associated ecosystem linkages explain salmon declines in Maine rivers. ... Full story

Bumper August Returns of Atlantic Salmon?

Predictions are being made that this August could be unusually good for returns of Atlantic salmon. ... Full story

Disaster Looming for Irish Salmon

Ireland's deal to expand the range of Irish seafood available in China 'spells potential disaster for wild salmon' ... Full story

Proposed Rainbow Trout Farm will Threaten Argyll’s Premier Salmon River

The Salmon & Trout Association (Scotland) (S&TA(S)) has issued a warning that a proposed massive new rainbow trout farm on Loch Etive will pose an unacceptable additional threat to the integrity of Argyll’s premier wild salmon river. ... Full story

Salmon Catch and Release Issues

The Wye & Usk Foundation have produced a new advice leaflet. ... Full story

Just How Smart are Atlantic Salmon?

A fascinating piece of new research asks some Atlantic salmon are smarter than others? Do they actually learn, or do they live by instinct alone? ... Full story

42lb Trout is a New World Record

A 42.1lb brown trout has made Tauranga, New Zealand angler Otwin Kandolf a world-record holder. ... Full story

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