Sunglasses manufacturer Costa Del Mar have sponsored a new movie called "Jungle Fish" based around their 'Protect Guyana' project. In the rivers and ponds of Guyana's unspoiled rain forest, they found a place where sport fishing can preserve the country's natural resources and culture by supporting its indigenous peoples in a responsible way. Read More
It is true that all great salmon rivers have great histories. It is also up to us to preserve this sporting heritage, which is why, after over a year of diligent work, the Ponoi museum in Ryabaga Camp officially opened this past September. Read More
Melfort Campbell and Tony Andrews, the Atlantic Salmon Trust's Chairman and CEO, recently visited New Brunswick, discussing alternatives to the destructive and unsustainable open cage method of salmon farming currently used in Scotland and Canada. Details will be released soon of the outcome of their discussions. Read More
Tor Inge and colleagues from the North Atlantic Salmon Fund (NASF), together with representatives from a number of major environmental organizations, have visited a Marine Harvest test salmon farming system on the west coast of Norway. Read More
As reported previously, the opening week on the Ponoi on Russia's fabled Kola Peninsula saw good numbers of Atlantic Salmon for the early rods. Has that continued? Camp manager Matt Breuer chimes in with his second week report from the front line. Read More
Subtitled - "A Life Amongst Fishes and Those Who Catch Them", this book from Test river-keeper Martin "Donny" Donovan", is a collection of amusing and delightful anecdotes from a lifetime spent living around and working on the river, sprinkled with encounters of the various characters met along the way. Read More
Ever since he filmed a series of his fishing exploits for the Discovery channel and despite a fishless week after salmon, ended up catching a little more than he'd bargained for (he was to marry the daughter of the family that owned the fishings!), fishing celebrity Matt Hayes has developed a big love affair for Norway's River Gaula. Now, having secured the Flaskholen beat for 2012, Matt and the Winsnes family have added a lease on the famous Malum Winsnes fishery for 2013. Read More