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Monthly Archives: December 2013
Season’s greetings and all the best for 2014.
The Rivers and Fisheries Trusts of Scotland (RAFTS) has appointed a new Director. Dr Chris Horrill has been chosen to run Scotland’s main independent freshwater conservation charity, which represents the country’s extensive network of rivers and fisheries trusts. He was … Continue reading
The 2013 winner of the Savills Malloch Trophy – for the largest salmon caught by an angler on the fly and safely returned during the year in Scottish waters – has been announced. The successful angler is Shamus Jennings CBE … Continue reading
It is widely recognised that mixed stock fisheries present particular difficulties for management and species conservation, and on that basis District Salmon Fishery Boards (DSFBs) must implement conservation action during any period that stock analysis indicates that management intervention to … Continue reading
In common with many other Scottish Rivers this year, 2013 has been a challenging year for Salmon fishing on the River Spey. A long, cold winter, followed by drought conditions throughout the summer, has presented anglers with difficult conditions. Nonetheless, … Continue reading