Well-known names from the world of fishing, book launches including Fish&Fly introducing Topher Browne, author of Atlantic Salmon Magic on Saturday at 12.45pm, plus the first ever Twitter "tweetup" organised by the Angling Trust are just some of the activities on the schedule at the House of Fishing at this years 2011 CLA Game Fair.
The Bonefish and Tarpon Trust (BTT) began to acoustically tag tarpon in May to expand knowledge of tarpon habitat use and movement.
It was a festive season full of fish as Keith Rose-Innes reports back from Xmas and New Year on Alphonse
One of the country’s leading extreme angling holiday specialists this month adds Africa to its ever-expanding portfolio of adventure fishing destinations. Africa-Angler.com website follows hot on the heels of the success of sister site Amazon-Angler.com, founded two years ago by World Champion extreme angler and TV fishing show presenter, Steve Townson.
Wild sea trout being ‘eaten alive’ by fish-farm parasites in Wester Ross following farmers’ failure to control lice numbers on farmed salmon. On-farm lice numbers nine times industry lice thresholds.
Several of the fish stairs in Norway are now in poor working order. Why does the Directorate for Nature Management (DN) need to restore or rebuild more than 80 steps around the country?
ANGLING TRUST - SOUTH EAST (HAMPSHIRE) FISHERIES FORUM In Association with The Environment Agency This meeting is free to attend and open to all. When: March 1st...
Every year we need to raise funds to help salmon return to native rivers. Our core business is buying out nets and maintaining an open seas moratorium. We have gained trust amongst netsmen worldwide but naturally we need to pay them fair compensation. Probably 85% of the North Atlantic feeding grounds are now covered by commercial agreements. Our campaign is very focused on the remaining nets in Northern Norway, the Foyle district and coastal nets in Scotland.
We recently came into possession of some copies of the Scottish publication for game fishers called Rod and Line from the 1960's. Browsing through them this letter from a Mr J.L. Hardy caught my eye...
Scottish aquaculture company Landcatch has announced that salmon eggs with improved resistance to sea lice will be made available for sale later this year.