An innovative fish pass project spearheaded by a Moray whisky firm has been nominated for a heritage award.
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Efforts to stop the king of fish from dying out north of the border have been boosted with returns showing catches on one of Scotland’s great salmon rivers have almost doubled.
Hundreds of anglers gathered on the banks of the River Spey yesterday in hope that its declining fortunes may soon be reversed.
Hopes are high that angling on one of Scotland’s most famous rivers will recover after plummeting to an all-time low last year.
Crisis talks have been held in an attempt to plot the recovery of one of Scotland’s most famous rivers.
Salmon catches on one of Scotland’s most famous rivers have plummeted to an all-time low - prompting fears a “disaster” could be looming.
Fishery board told to cut back attempts to boost salmon stocks on River Spey by Scottish Governments
Bosses on one of the world’s most famous salmon rivers have found themselves at odds with the Scottish Government over how best to improve fish stocks.
For the first time in more than 100 years, a team of fisheries experts has teamed up with a Speyside whisky distillery to offer a helping hand to migrating fish.
Drones have been sent high into the sky above Speyside to locate have huge hidden patches of potentially dangerous invading plants.
Production at a north-east salmon hatchery will double in an attempt to save next year’s angling season on one of Scotland’s most famous rivers.
More talks have been scheduled in an effort to find a solution to stop plummeting salmon catches on the River Spey.
Warm weather prompts emergency talks to halt declining salmon catches on Spey as water drops to lowest level since 1976
Emergency talks have been scheduled in an attempt to reverse a dramatic decline in the amount of salmon caught on the River Spey.
Hundreds of anglers gathered on the banks of the fast-flowing River Spey to open this year’s salmon season.
A spawning ground for salmon destined for the River Spey has been turned into a “disaster area” due to repeated floods.
A quarter of a million salmon fry are being released into Speyside burns in an effort to boost stock numbers.
Fish that became stranded on a Moray golf course following heavy rain have been returned to the River Spey.
Salmon catches on the River Spey have leaped to an eight-year high.
Moray school pupils have descended onto the banks of one of Scotland's most famous rivers to release young salmon into the wild.
A north fishery board is hoping the reclassification of a major dam will improve stocks in one of Scotland's most important salmon fishing rivers.
Moray anglers spent seven months hooked to Scotland's fastest-flowing river this year as they celebrated a bumper catch.
With numbers of salmon caught on the River Spey continuing to decline dramatically an original approach to highlighting the issue is being adopte01