Tuesday, March 19, 2019

All-Star Action at the Game Fair's House of Fishing

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.
Tweed Salmon Jumping

Tweed Salmon Fishing Report – April 9, 2017

It was a good week last week with over 100 fish reportedly caught with many being fresh and sea-liced.  The general size of fish...

Job Vacancy – CEO of Rivers and Fisheries Trusts of Scotland (RAFTS)

Rivers and Fisheries Trusts of Scotland (RAFTS) is seeking a dynamic and experienced Chief Executive Officer to manage and develop a fast growing environmental charity.

Chanos chanos – Milkfish Madness…

Cpt Jack Films and Off the Grid Studios present a short film... ‘Chanos chanos’

NASF Norway to Support Salmon Activist on Trial in Canada

Reddvillaksen.no (the Norweigan branch of the North Atlantic Salmon Fund) supports Don Staniford in his trial against Mainstream (Cermac) where he stands accused of defamation with USD10k in financial aid.
A shad

Have you seen a Shad?

Source: Natural Resources Wales This month, Natural Resources Wales (NRW) is asking people for their help to record sightings of a rare fish found in...

The 2014 Malloch Trophy

The 2014 winner of Scotland’s most prestigious angling award, the greatest honour in British gamefishing, has been announced.

Fish displayed at Farlows under the hammer at Bonham’s Sporting Sale

A collection of wooden carvings of the British Record game fish and others by the late, great Umba fishing guide Nick Podolsky are under...
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Loch Maree Sea Trout Have A New Champion

Salmon and Trout Conservation Scotland (S&TCS) is mounting a concerted campaign aimed at restoring what was formerly the finest sea trout fishery in Scotland....

Marine Population Halved Since 1970

A report says that populations of marine mammals, birds, fish and reptiles have declined by 49% since 1970.
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