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Winner of S&TC UK "Invisible World" competition announced

Young Scottish film-maker Andrew O'Donnell awarded £2,000 prize
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Wild salmon populations have fallen below 'safe' conservation limits in all rivers in the Scottish west Highland salmon-farming zone

S&TCS calls for immediate moratorium on salmon farming expansion
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John Gawesworth : 1 November 1928 - 24 September 2015

John Gawesworth, of Dolton, Devon, died suddenly at his home on Thursday 24th September 2015, at the age of 86. He was born "Buck Jenner-Parson", in Codicote, near Welwyn Garden City on November 1st 1928, and discovered fly fishing in North Wales on the river Conway, when being relocated there as a young man during World War 2.
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Salmon & Trout Conservation (Scotland) welcomes Scottish Government's revisions to salmon kill licence proposals

Salmon & Trout Conservation (Scotland) (S&TC(S)) has welcomed today's announcement by the Scottish Government that it intends to dilute its earlier proposals to restrict the killing of salmon within rivers. Restrictions on the killing of wild salmon are now likely to be in line with "a targeted system based on fish stocks."
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WATER MATTERS: Blueprint for Water launches clarion call for action

The Blueprint for Water Coalition, until recently chaired by S&TC UK's Dr Janina Gray, launched their latest publication, Water Matters, in the House of Commons today. Link also launched its Agricultural publication, Farming Fit for the Future.
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The eagerly anticipated S&TC UK online Annual Auction: better than ever!

Opening on Monday 7th September
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Then: The Salmon & Trout Association (S&TA)

From 1st September our name will be Salmon & Trout Conservation UK (S&TC UK), with a new strapline, “Protecting wild fish and their habitats since 1903”.
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Scotland's biggest wild salmon netting company sentenced for wildlife crime – fishing illegally

S&TA(S) hopes the level of fine will act as a deterrent against future breaches of the law
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Concerning the Salmon Fishery in Greenland

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Salmon & Trout Association 2015 National Riverfly Census

Tiny shrimp points to ecological malaise in England's iconic rivers
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Salmon and Trout Association (Scotland) welcomes Scottish Government’s momentous salmon conservation proposals

Coastal salmon netting to be banned
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Inspiring the next generation of fishery scientists

Vicky Deward-Fowler, a first class honours degree student from Exeter University is the first person to be presented with the Anne Voss Bark Memorial Award, which has been established in memory of this remarkable river conservationist, fly fishing expert and for many years proprietor of the famous Arundell Arms Hotel in Lifton, Devon.
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