CELTIC SEA TROUT INITIATIVE - THE RESULTS

The following press release has been issued by Graeme Harris, which I am sure will be of great interest to those of us that participated in the scheme as well as all sea trout anglers. I sound fascinating.

As follows.

To Welsh Fisheries Interests. The EU-Funded Celtic Sea Trout Project is now in its final stage of completion. Following similar events for stakeholders in Scotland (Dumfries) and Ireland (Drogheda) this autumn, we will be holding a final ‘Project Closure’ meeting for our Welsh Stakeholders in North Wales on January 8th 2014 when each of the leaders on the 6 separate Work Tasks will provide a short presentation outlining their principal findings relevant to the future management of sea trout stocks and fisheries in the Welsh region. A formal invitation, event programme and venue location map are attached to this covering note and we hope that either you or your representative(s) will be able to attend. Please forward this information to anyone else who you think may be interested in this important, ground-breaking study. Places will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis. Further background to the Project may be obtained at www.celticseatrout.com , but please contact Graeme Harris on 01874 731175 or at fishkill@btinternet.com for further any further information about these arrangements.

Regards, Graeme Harris.

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