No To Farmed Atlantic Salmon

You’ve probably been giving some thought to what you will put on your table this Christmas. For many, this festive line-up typically includes farmed salmon. However, by making this choice you are supporting an industry that endangers wild salmon and sea trout and severely compromises the integrity of both the marine and freshwater ecosystems of Scotland.Please support our Christmas Appeal and […]

DR GUY MAWLE BA, MSc, PhD, FIFM, CEnv to Sir David Henshaw, Chair, NRW Board

Report: The state of the river Usk – A dying river?

FAO Sir David Henshaw, Chair, NRW Board Dr. Guy Mawle

By email only: chair.office@cyfoethnaturiolcymru.gov.uk guy.mawle@gmail.com

15 November 2021

Dear Sir David,Report: The state of the river Usk – A dying river?

I attach for your attention a report that I have just completed […]

Last edit: 30th November 2021

Sign our petition to stop dolphin slaughter in the Faroe Islands

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THANK YOU TO THE DAILY TELEGRAPH AND THE ANGLING TRUST

Support the Welsh Dee Trust and help the river: please.

The Welsh Dee Trust have commissioned a map of the salmon pools of the Dee. This has been compiled by Nigel Houldsworth who has completed maps of many other rivers. Beautifully illustrated and printed on quality paper each is signed by Nigel. They cost £31 and are available from the Welsh Dee Trust shop […]

Advice on Pink salmon in Wales.

The purpose of this advice note is to ensure:

1. That all fishery stakeholders, including fishery managers, anglers and netsmen, are alert to the possibility of the return of pink salmon to Welsh rivers during 2021.

2. To ensure that fishery managers, anglers and netsmen know what to do should pink salmon be […]

Rivercide! Chris White's commentary

Chris White

Richard,

I am sending this to you as can you please pass this on as I don’t have the email address for the person who now looks after the Conwy.

I am not sure if you saw the telecast by George Mobiot the other night if not this is now on YouTube […]

Thanks to The Angling Trust: looking after our rivers. Please consider joining, it is not expensive and they do much good work

View in browser | Media Release from Angling Trust & Fish LegalMedia Release July 7th, 2021Judge says Government’s promise to report on protected sites is legally binding A Judge at the High Court has ruled that a promise made by the Government in 2015 to provide reports on sensitive rivers and lakes is enforceable.WWF, […]

River Pollution: River Clywedog, Wrexham

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The North Atlantic Salmon: A film

The life of the North Atlantic Salmon, a film by Highplains https://youtu.be/T_yhf6u3Jpc

Chris White: The Wye proposals: Anglers beware

I think the term ‘here we go again’ just about sums up the proposals on the Wye which will undoubtedly spill over to the rest of England and Wales as per the spring byelaws.  They are of course clutching at straws and are finding excuses for why despite 24 years of controls on the […]

John Eardley 9th February 2021

Chris Bainger – Fisheries Technical Specialist – West Midlands

By email to chris.bainger@environment-agency.gov.uk

Copies to:

Jamie Cook – CEO Angling Trust

Mark Owen – Head of Freshwater Angling Trust

Dear Mr Bainger,

I have recently been informed by colleagues that a consultation into proposed new byelaws for the River Severn is imminent, although as […]

John Eardley's reply to Ruth Jenkins

Strategy OfficerJohn EardleyTy Newydd4, Little Moss LaneScholar GreenST7 3BLEmail: johneardley@btinternet.comCPWF has the support of freshwater and sea anglers in Wales.Visit our website at www.cpwf.co.uk5th February 2021Ruth Jenkins – Head of Natural Resource Management Policy, Natural Resources WalesBy email to Ruth.Jenkins@cyfoethnaturiolcymru.gov.uk

Dear Ruth,Thank you for your letter Ref: CX21-007 (RJ) dated 26th January regarding the […]

Fisheries bulletin

Clwyd Concwest easements

During 2020 two easements have been carried out on the Afon Concwest. These were carried out by the North Wales Rivers Trust, with funding from NRW. These easements have opened an additional 4km of spawning habitat to migratory fish.

The Concwest has suffered several pollution incidents during recent years and […]