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Canney approves law that sees eighty two rivers open for salmon/sea trout angling

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Seán Canney TD, Minister with responsibility for the Inland Fisheries sector has approved legislation that will govern the wild salmon and sea trout fisheries in 2020 and which came into affect yesterday (January 1)

Can the great western lakes survive?

(Mayo County Council)

Funding announced for thirteen angling clubs in Mayo

Thirteen angling clubs and organisations in Mayo have received funding for projects from Inland Fisheries Ireland.

Athlone conference to hear findings into origins of brown trout

Inland Fisheries Ireland in collaboration with Queen’s University Belfast will present the findings of a three-year research study into the genetic make-up of Ireland’s brown trout and sea trout populations at a one-day conference at the Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone, on October 17.

Fancy a day’s fishing and a night in Clonbur to honour anniversary of Corrib record trout?

This week marks the first anniversary of when Welsh angler and photographer Ceri Jones made trout fishing history, catching the largest ferox trout to have been caught in Ireland in 118 years, weighing in at 23lb 12oz.

Grealish raises concerns over proposed salmon farm for Galway Bay

The deep sea salmon farm, proposed to be located off Inis Óirr, could devastate wild salmon and sea trout numbers and natural fish habitats.

Galway Bay fish farm criticised for environment and wild salmon risks

A storm is brewing over a large scale Galway Bay fish farm with opposition groups rubbishing earlier claims that the project will be a jobs and local economy boost saying it will instead lead to an environmental disaster, adversely affecting wild salmon stocks, and actually posing a risk to existing jobs.

Happy angler Ceri wonders if there is a bigger trout on Corrib

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A giant trout weighing almost 24 pounds was caught on Lough Corrib last Saturday.

West’s angling industry remains under threat

The survival of the sea trout angling industry in the west of Ireland remains under threat after 20 years of debate, according to the chairman of the Western Regional Fisheries Board, Lal Faherty.

Fisheries board investigates illegal pike breeding scam on Corrib

The illegal introduction of pike into lakes near Oughterard, an act of “environmental vandalism”, is threatening the survival of wild salmon and trout stocks in Lough Corrib, according to the Western Regional Fisheries Board.

 

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