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Salmon and Sea Trout Able To Access More Water In Northumberland

Two new fish passes on a Northumberland stream are giving salmon and sea trout easier access to 22km of watercourse. The work by the Environment...

Along with the migrating steelhead, Oregon river pool holds life lessons

A wonderful article and associated short video in the LA Times about the life and work of Lee Spencer who has spent 20 years...

Welsh Charr caught on film

Underwater monitoring has revealed one of the largest shoals of Arctic charr ever seen in Llyn Padarn, Snowdonia. Around 100 Arctic charr were recorded in...

Scottish Parliament Inquiry into Salmon Farming Agreed

A formal Petition, lodged in the Scottish Parliament in February 2016* by Salmon & Trout Conservation Scotland, seeking protection for wild salmonids from sea...

Celebrating the Smith with Simm’s Save our Streams Campaign

Bozeman, Montana - As anglers across the country gear up for summer fishing, Save Our Streams (SOS) heads back to Montana to celebrate one...

Arrival of Non-Native Pink Salmon in Ireland Causes Unease

Further to the reports from Scotland of Pink salmon occasionally turning up in catches this year, it seems Ireland is also experiencing the same...

World Rivers Day – Kids, Creeks & Nature

Have a look at this short video in which along with the children of Gilpin Elementary School in Canada, river advocate and founder of...

Bristol Bay Salmon Brace for Pebble Mine Settlement

by Dylan Brown, E&E news reporter The company behind the Pebble mine project in Alaska and U.S. EPA yesterday told a federal judge they are...

National Survey Identifies Lethal Problems Below the Surface of our Rivers

Salmon & Trout Conservation (S&TC), a charity working to protect wild fish and their waters, has just completed the second year of its unique...

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.
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