Monthly Archives: February 2016

Mapping Fisheries Workshop, Edinburgh, March 1st-2nd –Last Minute Places Available

Mapping, as a tool to underpin fisheries and environmental management is developing rapidly. If you would like to hear how mapping has supported fisheries management, or if you have an interest in innovative approaches to barrier assessments, beaver-salmonid habitat mapping, … Continue reading

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Wild Fisheries Consultation – February 2016

Views sought on new management framework Everyone with an interest in the future of wild fisheries and habitats have been urged to contribute views on new proposals to improve their conservation and management. A consultation on the Scottish Government’s draft … Continue reading

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High hopes for a successful season on the River Spey

With the new season approaching, the Spey Fishery Board is optimist for another successful year following much improved catches in 2015.  Last year’s grilse catch was the best since 2010, so the prospects are good for the 2016 spring/summer salmon … Continue reading

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