Salmon count in Ness on the rise despite poor fishing conditions

River Ness newsTHE number of salmon caught by rod and line in one area of Scotland has increased by more than 8% in a year.

The Ness District Salmon Fishery Board has recorded a provisional total rod catch of 920 salmon in 2013 compared with 847 in 2012. The rise came despite low expectations because of falling river levels and poor fishing conditions and was in stark contrast to the River Spey, which reported its worst season for 60 years.

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