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ASFB & RAFTS respond to Scottish Government salmon conservation proposals

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ASFB and RAFTS have today submitted a joint response to the Scottish Government proposals for salmon conservation, which were formally advertised on 28 September. A copy of the response can be viewed HERE Follow

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SFCC launches freshwater fisheries web map

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Our colleagues at the Scottish Fisheries Co-ordination Centre have worked with their members to produce a freshwater fisheries web map. The map provides a platform to host map-based information relevant to Scotland’s freshwater environment, and to raise awareness of data … Read the whole article

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River Obstacles ‘App’ launched

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    The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) and its English counterpart (the Environment Agency) have completed a joint project to develop a river obstacles application for smart phones. The idea is that the general public can record in-river manmade and … Read the whole article

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RRC Site Visit – Banchory

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The River Restoration Centre (RRC) are organising a site visit to the River Dee at Banchory on 27th August.  For more info please see the link below.  http://www.therrc.co.uk/sites/default/files/files/Site_visits/dee.pdf  

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Dee District Salmon Fishery Board and River Dee Trust welcome news of the discovery of first salmon fry in the Culter catchment in 250 years

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The Dee District Salmon Fishery Board and River Dee Trust have welcomed news of the discovery of the first salmon fry to have been born in the Culter catchment in 250 years. The River Dee electrofishing team made the discovery … Read the whole article

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Association of Salmon Fishery Boards welcome Scottish Government’s salmon conservation proposals

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NEWS RELEASE                23 July 2015 The Association of Salmon Fishery Boards (ASFB) have welcomed the proposals for a new conservation scheme for wild salmon stocks announced by Scottish Government today. Under the Salmon and Freshwater Fisheries (Consolidation) (Scotland) Act 2003 … Read the whole article

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Association of Salmon Fishery Boards welcome Scottish Government’s salmon conservation proposals

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NEWS RELEASE                23 July 2015 The Association of Salmon Fishery Boards (ASFB) have welcomed the proposals for a new conservation scheme for wild salmon stocks announced by Scottish Government today. Under the Salmon and Freshwater Fisheries (Consolidation) (Scotland) Act 2003 … Read the whole article

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Report on beavers in Scotland goes to Minister

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12 June, 2015 Options for the future of beavers in Scotland have been outlined in a final report sent to the Scottish Government today (12 June) by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH). The “Beavers in Scotland” report, published today, is one … Read the whole article

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Final ‘Beavers in Scotland’ Report submitted to Scottish Ministers

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Last week the final ‘Beavers in Scotland’ report to Scottish Ministers. The report draws on 20 years of work on beavers, including information from the Scottish Beaver Trial, the Tayside Beaver Study Group, the Beaver-Salmonid Working Group, a range of … Read the whole article

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Initial response of the Association of Fishery Boards and the Rivers and Fisheries Trusts of Scotland to Scottish Government’s consultation paper on wild fisheries reform

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The Association of Fishery Boards (ASFB), which represents Scotland’s 41 district salmon fishery boards, and the Rivers and Fisheries Trusts of Scotland (RAFTS), representing 26 local Trusts, will engage constructively in the consultation process on a new management and regulatory … Read the whole article

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