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Tagging Advances Knowledge of Bonefish, Permit and Tarpon

Most anglers think of bonefish, permit and tarpon fisheries as being catch-and-release, which leads to the assumption of low mortality, sustainable fisheries. However, there are threats to these fisheries that are often not considered, or are just unknown. ... Full story

Escaped Farmed Salmon Found in Large Numbers in New Brunswick Rivers

Atlantic Salmon Federation (ASF) biologists are concerned that the large number of farmed salmon showing up on the Magaguadavic River is indicative of a large escape from sea cages in the Bay of Fundy that has gone unreported by the aquaculture industry. ... Full story

Welsh Dee Salmon Conservation Fund

The Welsh Dee Salmon Conservation Fund has been set up in an attempt to improve the diminishing runs of fish in this once magnificent river – and you can help! ... Full story

Job Vacancy - CEO of Rivers and Fisheries Trusts of Scotland (RAFTS)

Rivers and Fisheries Trusts of Scotland (RAFTS) is seeking a dynamic and experienced Chief Executive Officer to manage and develop a fast growing environmental charity. ... Full story

Canadian Government Must Answer on Fish Farms

An international commission has ruled that a citizen petition challenging Canada’s failure to protect wild salmon from industrial fish farms warrants an official response from the Canadian government. ... Full story

Eden Rivers Trust Auction

A pair of life-size bronze stags worth £45,000 and a stunning life-sized solid silver trout valued at £9,500 are just two of the extraordinary lots on offer at an auction being organised to raise money for Eden Rivers Trust. ... Full story

The Maldives: Where 50lb Line is Not Enough

The latest issue of Game Fisher’s Diary includes a brand new episode in which Rae Borras takes up an offer to explore the game fishing potential of a secluded island hideaway in the Maldives. ... Full story

River Dee Trust Auction Autumn 2013

The River Dee Trust is holding an online auction to raise funds this autumn. ... Full story

Sea Trout ‘may offer better sport than salmon’

The sea trout has usually been seen as an ‘inferior’ species to the salmon but, in the eyes of many, this perception is now changing. ... Full story

Scottish Salmon and Sea Trout Angling Stats Released

Scotland's salmon and sea trout fishery statistics for the 2012 season have been published today, 20 September. ... Full story

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