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Record Year for River Wear Salmon

Record numbers of salmon were captured by anglers fishing the UK's River Wear in 2013. ... Full story

Scottish Government Presiding Over “Unrestricted Wholesale Slaughter”

The netting catch of salmon in Scotland leapt by a massive 50% in 2013, leading to the Salmon & Trout Association accusing the Scottish Government of presiding over “Unrestricted Wholesale Slaughter” ... Full story

Sportfish – Grab a Catalogue and a Great Discount

Sportfish have just released their new spring and summer catalogue, they just get better every year – but this one’s a real stunner! And, what's more, order a catalogue online now and you can take advantage of a great discount! ... Full story

Angling Rights Sacrified 'for the greater good' on Prime UK Salmon Beat

A licensing decision by the government body tasked with promoting sustainable development and protecting the country’s natural assets has thrown into sharp relief where its priorities may actually lie. ... Full story

Kiss the Water - You've seen the Film, Now WIN the DVD!

With thanks to our friends at Soda Pictures we are delighted to be able to offer the chance to win a copy of the newly-released 'Kiss the Water' DVD. ... Full story

Controversial Salmon Farms 'Must Close'

Salmon and Trout Association (Scotland) calls for closure of the Ardessie B fish farm and a thorough environmental assessment of Ardessie A, failing which that farm too must close. ... Full story

Usan - No Salmon Netting on Ythan

The Salmon and Trout Association (Scotland) (S&TA(S)) has welcomed the announcement by Usan Salmon Fisheries Ltd, Scotland’s largest salmon netting company, not to exercise its recently acquired rights to net in the estuary of the River Ythan and on the adjacent coastline. ... Full story

Anger as Fisheries Firm Nets Salmon River Rights

Anglers are outraged that a commercial netting company has been granted the rights to a crucial stretch of water near the mouth of an important salmon river. ... Full story

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

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