Keith Rose-Innes reports back from the Seychelles, where the conditions have been testing, but the fishing excellent.
Twenty-three thousand Atlantic salmon smolts will arrive at the 'Namgis First Nation's salmon farm in January, just a fraction of the millions of similar fish that grow to maturity each year in B.C. What's different about these fish is that they will never swim in the ocean, never come in contact with wild salmon and never be treated for sea lice.
Well-known Bangkok-based fishing guide Jean-Francois Helias has passed along news of a pretty rare catch on any tackle in Thailand, let alone on the fly like in this case. The mysterious Wallago.
Key conference hears that ‘game fishing could be over in five years…’
Head to Farlows of Pall Mall on Thursday 30th July between 6pm and 9pm where Ocean Active will be showing off the incredible fishing available in Oman and Dubai.
The fishermen of the Faroe Islands have joined the North Atlantic Salmon Fund (NASF) in condemning the Scottish and Norwegian governments for continuing to encourage the commercial exploitation of scarce wild salmon stocks.
Iceland's unique River Svartá is threatened by plans to build a hydro power station.
Costa, a company committed to sustainable sport fishing practices and ocean conservation, will once again bring the ocean trash issue to the conversation forefront.
A catch-and-release proposal has been adopted in Florida in recognition of the economic value of the two species.
Norwegian sport fishermen have asked their Minister of Fisheries to resign following a massive farmed fish escape.