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International Sea Trout Symposium

The 2nd International Sea Trout Symposium will take place in Dundalk, Ireland from 20th to 22nd October. ... Full story

Marine Population Halved Since 1970

A report says that populations of marine mammals, birds, fish and reptiles have declined by 49% since 1970. ... Full story

Campaign to Help Save UK Salmon

The Angling Trust is to lead a far-reaching campaign to urge UK, Welsh and Scottish governments to act to save wild salmon. ... Full story

A Record Year in Sight for Iceland

After a slow start in the early part of the season Iceland’s salmon fishing has exceeded all expectations and produced some amazing sport this summer. ... Full story

Sea Lice Study Highlights Issues for Sea Trout and Salmon

A new scientific study based on existing literature provides an excellent overview of how sea lice can affect both sea trout and Atlantic salmon. ... Full story

Moratorium on Murmansk Salmon Fishing

A moratorium has been introduced in connection with an outbreak of disease in parts of the wild salmon stocks. ... Full story

Atlantic Salmon - Lost at Sea

Tony Andrews, director of the Atlantic Salmon Trust, introduces an exciting project supported by the AST: the film 'Atlantic Salmon - Lost at Sea!' ... Full story

Record Fish Numbers on the River Tyne

The Environment Agency report that record numbers have passed over a Northumberland fish counter. ... Full story

Non-native Salmon Found in UK Waters

The Environment Agency is urging anglers to get in touch with information after reports of a non-native salmon species in the north east of the UK ... Full story

S&TA Welcomes Scottish Coastal Salmon Netting Ban

Salmon and Trout Association (Scotland) welcomes the Scottish Government’s momentous salmon conservation proposals. ... Full story

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