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The Pebble Mine Fight Continues

Fish and Fly Ltd have supported the Save Bristol Bay campaign and the fight against the Pebble Mine since it started several years ago....

No More Open Sea Fish Farms says NASF

A stop to all further open-sea salmon farming in Norway has been announced. This is a very important step towards the protection of wild...

Protecting Bristol Bay – Simms Steps Up

Bozeman, Montana - Simms Fishing Products, the well-known manufacturer of waders, outerwear, footwear and technical apparel for anglers everywhere takes their Save Our Streams...

Salmon in Derbyshire river a first since Industrial Revolution

Atlantic salmon have been discovered on the River Ecclesbourne, a tributary of the River Derwent, Derbyshire for the first time since the Industrial Revolution...

Norfolk chalkstream still under threat from pollution

Fisheries charity, Salmon & Trout Conservation UK (S&TC) has just completed the second year of its unique three-year national Riverfly Census. The census aims...

English Salmon Summit – A Turning Point?

Government announces new draft measures to address failing salmon stocks.

An End to Iceland’s ‘Green’ Energy Policy?

Orri Vigfússon of the North Atlantic Salmon Fund (NASF) writes to prevent the green credentials of Iceland’s energy policy being tarnished.

Artifishal: a critical review

https://youtu.be/XdNJ0JAwT7I This film was funded by a company called Patagonia, named for a region of South America...

Iceland Considers Uncontained Aquaculture

From the North Atlantic Salmon Fund (NASF) Iceland's Parliament is preparing to consider a...
Orri Vigfusson of NASF

Orri Vigfússon – The world loses the great salmon champion

The North Atlantic Salmon Fund (NASF) has announced with great sadness, the passing of its founder and Chairman Mr. Orri Vigfússon. Mr Vigfússon succumbed to lung...
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