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Hatcheries ‘May Damage Salmon Populations’

Fisheries Trusts’ report concludes that the use of hatcheries on salmon rivers is generally futile and may actually damage salmon populations. ... Full story

Rare ‘White’ Marlin Caught

A fishing crew in Costa Rica caught and released a 300lb marlin that has set the international angling community abuzz. ... Full story

Bad News for Wild Stocks as a Scottish Fish Farm loses 155,000 Salmon

Strong winds and heavy seas are being blamed for damage that allowed some 155,000 salmon to escape from Meridian Salmon Group’s fish farm in Shetland report the BBC. ... Full story

Charity Salmon Days

Anne Woodcock has organised three charity salmon ladies’ days to be held during June and July 2014 ... Full story

River Tweed Angling Code

The River Tweed Commission has published an updated version of the Tweed Angling Code for Salmon and Sea-trout. ... Full story

Sea Lice Numbers Out of Control

Salmon farming industry figures reveal that sea lice numbers are out of control in parts of the west coast and western isles. ... Full story

Commercial Exploitation of Wild Salmon - A Joint Statement from Iceland and Faroe Islands

The fishermen of the Faroe Islands have joined the North Atlantic Salmon Fund (NASF) in condemning the Scottish and Norwegian governments for continuing to encourage the commercial exploitation of scarce wild salmon stocks. ... Full story

Scottish Salmon Season - Sir Ian Botham Toasts the new Season

Cricketing legend Sir Ian Botham has joined anglers to celebrate the opening of the salmon fishing season on the River Teith at Stirling. ... Full story

Anglers Fear for Future of River Caldew Salmon

Anglers fear an entire population of salmon could be wiped out from a major river, with poachers and pollution the major factors. ... Full story

Tributaries Fly Fishing Film on Release

Director R. C. Cone delivers a fly fishing story on a global scale... ... Full story

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