Monthly Archives: October 2014

Moray Firth Trout Initiative wins National Conservation Award

The Moray Firth Trout Initiative (MFTI) recently won the Wild Trout Hero Award at the Annual Wild Trout Trust Conservation Awards in London. Over 100 guests attended a Wild Trout Trust evening at the Savile Club in Mayfair to present … Continue reading

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Tweed tagging reaches milestone

A thousand salmon have been tagged on the River Tweed in the past decade, as scientists try to find out how many fish are in the river and the number caught by anglers. The Tweed Foundation has been carrying out … Continue reading

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SSE withdraws their application to take more water from the Spey Catchment

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has recently confirmed that Scottish & Southern Energy (SSE) has withdrawn an application to take yet more water from the Spey Catchment as part of their proposals to re-water the River Garry in the … Continue reading

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ASFB and RAFTS welcome the publication of the final report and recommendations of the independent Wild Fisheries Review panel

The Association of Salmon Fishery Boards (ASFB) and Rivers and Fisheries Trusts of Scotland (RAFTS) have welcomed the publication of an independent review of wild fisheries management in Scotland. The review was conducted by a panel consisting of Andrew Thin … Continue reading

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