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Tougher Measures Needed to Save Canadian Salmon

Conservation group issues no-kill plea as fish numbers plummet. ... Full story

Opposition to Offshore Fish Farming in South West England Grows

The Salmon & Trout Association (S&TA), the Angling Trust and Fish Legal have written to the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquatic Science (CEFAS) to express their concerns over a proposal to farm rainbow trout off the shores of the South West of England. ... Full story

English and Welsh Salmon Stocks ‘Crash’

Fisheries and conservation groups lobby UK Government as records reveal a huge crash in wild salmon stocks. ... Full story

Excellent First Half Returns from the Ponoi

An update from the Ryabaga Camp on the Ponoi from owner, Ilya Sherbovich, now that the first half of 2014 season is over. ... Full story

Wild Salmon can Adapt to Climate Change

New research shows that Atlantic salmon are more capable of withstanding temperature changes than scientists had thought. ... Full story

River Wye Salmon Report June 2014

A look at the June salmon returns from the River Wye and surrounds, courtesy of the Wye and Usk Foundation. ... Full story

Contamination Threatens Top North American Salmon River

High levels of zinc, fecal coliform, nitrogen, phosphorus and solid waste have been found in Quebec's York River ... Full story

Atlantic Salmon Reserve Update: 2

Justin McCarthy reports back from the Kharlovka river on the ASR where conditions changed markedly for the second week – but the salmon kept coming! ... Full story

Norway to ‘Get Tough’ on Sea Lice

Norway’s Food Safety Authority has warned it will get tougher on enforcing sea lice control. ... Full story

New Hope for Atlantic Salmon in Maine's Aroostook River

An effort is underway to restore the Atlantic salmon run of the Aroostook River in Maine. ... Full story

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