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Alphonse Island News – Week 11

Keith Rose-Innes reports back from the Seychelles, in a week that produced some extraordinary conditions and phenomenal fishing. ... Full story

The End of an Irish Salmon Fishing Era

It is the end of an era as Cork’s Blackwater Lodge and Salmon Fishery finally closes its doors! ... Full story

Leaping Salmon Seen in Rotherham

Atlantic salmon are returning to the River Don following an absence of around 150 years, with fish now seen at Aldwarke Weir on the eastern edge of urban Rotherham. ... Full story

Industry-wide Sea Lice Problem a ‘Massive Threat’

Salmon & Trout Conservation Scotland has called for urgent action from Scottish Government after a report highlighted a massive threat to wild salmon and sea trout from Scottish salmon farms failing to control sea lice over the last two years. ... Full story

Researchers Discover Size Gene in Atlantic Salmon

New research has implications on the ecology and management of Atlantic Salmon stocks. ... Full story

New Chair of ASF Board of Directors

The Atlantic Salmon Federation (ASF) has announced that John T. Dillon of Greenwich, Connecticut, has assumed the chairmanship of the organization’s U.S. Board of Directors. ... Full story

Alphonse Island News - Week 10

Scott Mitchell reports that it was picture postcard weather with perfect water conditions for the anglers fishing Alphonse last week. ... Full story

Loch Duart - Off the Menu?

S&TCS asks top chefs to examine the environmental record of salmon farmed by Loch Duart Ltd and reconsider their endorsements. ... Full story

Alphonse Island News – Week 9

Keith Rose-Innes reports that the triggerfish kept feeding and that there were plenty of great fish for everyone on the St Francois flats last week. ... Full story

The Farquhar Bird Fly

Do Giant Trevally eat birds? What about a ‘bird fly’ made out of an old flip flop? ... Full story

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