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Disappointing Returns of Wild Atlantic Salmon in Canada This Year

St. Andrews… It is now apparent to the Atlantic Salmon Federation (ASF) that there has been a major decline in this year’s return of wild Atlantic salmon to most Canadian rivers. In Newfoundland and Labrador, returns have decreased from 2011 by 25-30% on average, with counts on some rivers, like Harry’s, down by as much as 50% and Sandhill River down by as much as 60%. ... Full story

Atlantic Salmon Trust Asks Commercial Pelagic Netsmen to Help Track Atlantic salmon

Professor Ken Whelan, AST’s Director of Research, has asked the representatives of the EU’s pelagic fleets to work closely with salmon scientists to learn more about the life of salmon (the ‘canary of the North Atlantic’) in the ocean, when he addressed Friday’s (Oct 5, 2012) meeting of the Pelagic Regional Advisory Council, held in Amsterdam. ... Full story

Costa Launches Hunt For New Fishing Adventures

Sunglasses specialist Costa Del Mar have launched a 7 year global project to seek out the best new fishing adventures around the world. The first destination the 4-man team have traveled too in their quest is Mexico and the resulting film is due out this Autumn. Drama, excitement and plenty of fish action can all be expected. ... Full story

Why You Need Some Smaller Hooks

Researchers at the University of British Columbia say the world's fish are likely to get smaller as our oceans warm - bad news for anglers! ... Full story

Salmon Activist Wins Defamation Case

A Canadian Supreme Court has upheld the right of anti-salmon farm activist Don Staniford to make defamatory remarks when speaking out in protest against Norwegian-owned salmon farms operating in Canada whose products he claims are dangerous to public health. ... Full story

Thomas & Thomas Announce DNA Series of Two Handed Rods

USA fly rod maker, Thomas & Thomas has announced the launch of its new DNA series of two handed fly rods. The DNA series is comprised of nine different rod models and offers rods in three distinct actions to allow anglers to select rods that are optimized for their preferred line designs, casting styles and terminal tackle. ... Full story

Project FishRun - Salmon 'Grand Prix' in Finland

Project FishRun aims to increase awareness about the near extinct stocks of native salmon, and to involve companies in funding the vital research and restoration programs on salmon rivers. FishRun's first fish sport event at the mighty river Kymi in Finland has begun! Formula1 World Champion Kimi Räikkönen is among the supporting celebrities! ... 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

Atlantic Salmon Trust Sets Out New Policy

After many months of deliberation and thinking through the work being done by other organisation within the wild salmonids sector, the Atlantic Salmon Trust has decided that there are some serious gaps in knowledge in the coastal and marine stages of the lives of our salmon and sea trout. This has led to a new policy being outlined changing the focus of their work. ... Full story

Salmon are the Stars at BAFTA Fly Fishing Film Evening

The prestigious Princess Anne Theatre at BAFTA on London’s Piccadilly played host to a unique event on the evening of 20th September entitled ‘A Celebration of Salmon’. Award winning conservationist Orri Vigfússon, Chairman of the North Atlantic Salmon Fund (NASF), welcomed loyal supporters, guests and filmmakers Sasa Savic, Daniel Göz and Anton Hamacher themselves as star guests to the London premieres of two magnificent fly fishing films celebrating the Atlantic salmon and highlighting the need for its ongoing protection. ... Full story

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