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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

Scotland Reports Lowest Rod Salmon Catch Since 2003

The latest Scottish Salmon and Sea Trout Fishery Statistics 2013 show the lowest reported rod salmon catch since 2003. ... Full story

The Tunny Club Exhibition

The Tunny Club Exhibition is being staged at 14 Old Bond Street, London until 22nd September, don’t miss it! ... Full story

Salmon Recolonizing Upper Adour in France

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

All Steady on the Ponoi

A report from Frontiers on the current state of play on the Ponoi. ... Full story

Salmon & Trout Association Auction 2014

Bidding is now open on some of the finest angling lots money can (or indeed can’t…) buy! ... Full story

Ponoi River Update

A Frontiers update from the Ryabaga Camp on the Ponoi where low water has meant that the autumn run has been slow to arrive. ... Full story

Land of Giants

Courtesy of Fin Lovers we are delighted to be able to bring you the ‘9 Degrees South – Land of Giants’ movie that was mostly filmed at Astove Atoll in the Seychelles. ... Full story

Planning Victory for Scottish Salmon Campaign

The Highland Council has refused an application by the Scottish Salmon Company to remove a planning condition limiting their permission to operate a salmon farm at Sgeir Dughall to 10 years only. ... Full story

Some Big Irish Salmon Showing

Reports from the Irish rivers suggest that it’s mostly grilse coming through, but there are some big salmon to be caught. ... Full story

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