Grab yourself some magnificent salmon, sea trout or bonefish fishing, or some exquisite tackle, from the superb lots offered in the 2013 NASF Auction.
Professor Ken Whelan, AST’s Director of Research, has asked the representatives of the EU’s pelagic fleets to work closely with salmon scientists to learn more about the life of salmon (the ‘canary of the North Atlantic’) in the ocean, when he addressed Friday’s (Oct 5, 2012) meeting of the Pelagic Regional Advisory Council, held in Amsterdam.
The UK premiere of the film and a talk by Keith Rose-Innes is to take place at Farlows on 16 September.
With only two weeks of the Alphonse season remaining, a look back over the past seven months reveal it has definitely been one to remember!
A catch-and-release proposal has been adopted in Florida in recognition of the economic value of the two species.
Help the Salmon & Trout Association to assess the value and economic impact of ‘wild fishing’ in Scotland.
Netsmen who fish Devon's River Exe have agreed to a conservation deal aimed at restoring the stocks of what was one of England’s best salmon rivers. The river has long been a favourite for anglers but its most famous salmon was caught in the estuary by a netsman called Richard Voysey in 1924. It weighed 64 lb.
Keith Rose-Innes reports back from another triggerfish-packed week with the Alphonse Fishing Company
The Russian Government and the EU Fisheries Commission back NASF‘s campaign to curb Norwegian salmon netting. Since 1994 the North Atlantic Salmon Fund (NASF) and its international partners have campaigned to close the Norwegian commercial salmon fishery in Finnmark
The commotion of the previous week had subsided and it was back to ‘business as normal’ on Alphonse this week – world class fishing!