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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...

Wild Trout Trust Conservation Awards 2017

Over 100 guests attended a Wild Trout Trust evening at the Savile Club in London to present the 2017 Conservation Awards for the best...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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.

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...

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...
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