St. Andrews… It is now apparent to the Atlantic Salmon Federation (ASF) that there has been a major decline in this year’s return of wild Atlantic salmon to most Canadian rivers. In Newfoundland and Labrador, returns have decreased from 2011 by 25-30% on average, with counts on some rivers, like Harry’s, down by as much as 50% and Sandhill River down by as much as 60%. Read More
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. Read 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. Read More
You are invited to this historic event that will reconnect Maine’s Penobscot River to the sea for the first time in nearly 200 years! Read More
Environment Agency Fisheries Officer Adrian Bicknell holds two salmon caught in the EA’s fish trap at Molesey on the River Thames - great proof that salmon are finding their way upriver to hopefully breed and boost future stocks of the species. Read More
New US Federal Policy Steps Up Efforts to Turn Gulf of Mexico Rigs Into Reefs. Changes should help reverse the unnecessary destruction of important fish habitat and continue providing sport anglers with some of the best fish holding areas in the Gulf. Read More
The Eighth Auction in Support of Wild Salmon in Norway will take place 25th October 2012 from 6:00 PM at The Old Astrup Fearnley Museum for Modern Art in Oslo. The full auction catalogue is now available and a shorter English language version is reproduced here that you can read online. Read More