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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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The great S&TA annual online auction: your participation is invited!

This year's online auction will open on 7th September
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Figures show sea-lice explosion in Loch Fyne and Loch Torridon salmon farms in spring 2015

Scottish Government called upon to copy Norway and start issuing 'cull orders' to tackle out-of-control sea lice issue on Scottish fish farms. Time for robust action on threat to wild salmon and sea trout conservation
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Salmon and Trout Association pressure forces closure of Annan salmon stake net fishery

The Salmon and Trout Association (S&TA) has welcomed the decision by Dumfries and Galloway Council to close forthwith its major mixed stocks salmon netting station close to Annan in the Solway. This follows legal pressure from S&TA on the Council, including the threat of judicial review, that any decisions to allow stake netting to continue would be in breach of the EU’s Habitats Directive because the Annan stake nets are highly likely to intercept salmon destined for the River Eden in Cumbria. The Eden is a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) for salmon and it is failing its conservation targets.
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Salmon netting to continue in west Greenland with Greenland undertaking to limit the catch, allied with a regime of improved monitoring and recording.

The Salmon & Trout Association has expressed its concern at the limited progress made at last week's Thirty-Second Annual Meeting of the North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organisation (NASCO) in Goose Bay, Canada, on reducing the catch of salmon, of both North American and European origin, in the mixed stocks fishery off west Greenland. A high priority for the meeting had been to reach an agreement on a firm quota for the fishery for the next three seasons.
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