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Hardy partners with Salmon & Trout Conservation UK to help conserve wild fish

The collaboration will see the two organisations work together on various projects to conserve wild fish and their waters, including the production and auction...

Scotland is the “dirty man of global aquaculture”

Newly published data in the 2016 Annual Report from Marine Harvest, the world’s largest salmon farming company, shows that its Scottish salmon farms lag...

S&TC auction offers lots from fishing to feasting for a great cause

Keen cricketing fans will be rushing to bid in Salmon & Trout Conservation’s annual auction for a rare chance to fish and then enjoy...

The UK Atlantic Salmon Conservation Charities – Who is Doing What?

The team at Fish and Fly and our extensive membership have for many years supported various conservation charities not least the highly important salmon...

Biologist Presents Novel Approach To Boosting Wild Atlantic Salmon Numbers In Irish Rivers

Source: afloat.ie Dr Kyle Young, a research associate from the University of Zurich, was recently invited to give a presentation as part of the Inland...

Vitacress and Salmon & Trout Conservation Join Forces on Water Quality

Salmon & Trout Conservation (S&TC) and Vitacress have joined forces to help reduce phosphate outputs from the watercress industry. In-river phosphate and invertebrate sampling commissioned...
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Bonefish & Tarpon Trust Launch New Membership Campaign

Bonefish & Tarpon Trust, the world leader in saltwater flats conservation, has launched a new brand campaign to grow membership in the organization. The...

NASF Urges Prime Minister to Act on Atlantic Salmon

In a letter to Theresa May this month, Orri Vigfusson, the tireless campaigner for wild Atlantic salmon in his role as chairman of the...

Pink salmon eggs hatch in the Ness

Source: BBC News Eggs laid by non-native Pacific pink salmon in a Scottish river appear to have hatched, a fishery board monitoring the fish has...

Grayling Boost for North East Rivers

The Environment Agency has released 7,500 young grayling to give fish stocks a boost in north east rivers. The fish were released into the River...
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