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.
It is the end of an era as Cork’s Blackwater Lodge and Salmon Fishery finally closes its doors!
The BBC has reported on a huge porbeagle shark estimated to weigh 550lbs that was hooked off Boscastle on the Cornish coast and that was caught on video by the anglers who eventually brought it to their boat where it was tagged and released.
The Tarpon Master app from the Bonefish & Tarpon Trust allows you to capture and share details of all your catches but also uses an accepted formula to give you an estimated weight for your fish based on measurements of length and girth. A must-have app for your iPhone or iPad if you fish for the silver king!
New 'sensor fish' measure forces exerted by dam turbines more accurately.
Steve Peterson of Hardy & Greys reports from a game-fishing spring date on Deveronside
We asked fly anglers from across our portfolio of market-leading fly fishing websites, forums* and their associated social media pages to firstly nominate and...
News just released from international fly fishing destination specialists Aardvark McLeod has confirmed the appointment of Alex Jardine and Steffan Jones to the team.