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Pebble Mine Loses 4th Major Backer – Action needed by Friday 29th June

Source: Sportsmans Alliance 4 Alaska Pebble Mine recently lost its 4th major financial backer as First Quantum Minerals decided to walk away from the proposed...

Research Continues on Cuba’s Sport Fishery

The work to document the harvest of the 'sport fishery' in Cuba continues. The Bonefish & Tarpon Trust (BTT) is partnering with University of...
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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...

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...

New fish pass opens up County Durham beck

A new fish pass on a County Durham beck is giving fish access to an additional 6km of habitat. The new rock ramp fish pass...

English Anglers Urged to Report Pink Salmon Catches

The Environment Agency is urging anglers to report unusual catches after several pink salmon sightings in North East waters. Last week a non-native pink salmon...
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New Limited Edition Reel Supports Fight for Bristol Bay

Nautilus Reels Announces Limited Edition No Pebble Mine XM Reel to Benefit the Sportsman’s Alliance for Alaska In collaboration with the S. Kent Rockwell Foundation,...
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Sea Trout Hosts Help With Pearl Mussel Conservation

Thousands of young sea trout (trout which have been bred from brood stock sea trout collected from the river) have been released into rivers...

Why England’s chalk-streams are drying and dying

The pressure on our natural resources is illustrated in the quiet death of a chalk-stream. And this year 2017, they are drying and dying...

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...
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