Monday, September 24, 2018

How Do We ‘Kick Plastic’?

Costa, a company committed to sustainable sport fishing practices and ocean conservation, will once again bring the ocean trash issue to the conversation forefront.

Salmon Spawn in Petitcodiac

Monitoring reveals a key first step in the restoration of a once great Canadian salmon river.

Can the Exe see a 64lb Salmon once more?

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.

Alphonse Island News – New Year!

It was a festive season full of fish as Keith Rose-Innes reports back from Xmas and New Year on Alphonse

66 Salmon Per Rod for the Ponoi

News just in from Frontiers' Tarquin Millington-Drake who is at Ryabaga camp is that the 1st week of the 2012 Ponoi season has blasted off with an average of 66 Atlantic salmon per rod.

Ian Gordon – Hardy Zenith Day at Farlows

Fish&Fly's new Features Editor - Henry Giles, joined Spey casting guru Ian Gordon of Hardy's and other double-handed rod enthusiasts from Farlows down at Putney on the Thames this past weekend to test out the new Hardy Zenith double-handed fly rod range under the watchful eye of the AAPGAI expert and is impressed.
Sketch by Charles Farlow

Uncovered – 1851 Sketchbook of Charles Farlow

(This article originally appeared in Classic Angling Magazine) A unique book featuring sketches by Charles Farlow has turned up in a provincial UK auction. The sketchpad, which is dated 1850...

Mandatory Catch and Release on Wye Salmon

The Wye and Usk Foundation has issued a statement that since mid-June 2012 it is now mandatory to return all Atlantic Salmon caught on the River Wye.

Norway Hosts Annual Auction for North Atlantic Salmon Fund

Encouraging overseas residents to bid for some great auction items, we have a short version of the Norway NASF auction catalogue.

Wild Sea Trout Being Eaten Alive as Sea Lice Thrive

Wild sea trout being ‘eaten alive’ by fish-farm parasites in Wester Ross following farmers’ failure to control lice numbers on farmed salmon. On-farm lice numbers nine times industry lice thresholds.
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