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Environment Agency announces shake-up of rod licences after listening to calls from anglers
South West (Devon) Fisheries Forum
SOUTH WEST FISHERIES FORUM
SEPTEMBER 10TH 2016
The Kenn Centre
Exeter Road, Kennford
Not long to go to the show.......
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Continuing restrictions for 2016 on the River Lyn as last year. The fishery is definitely open for fishing despite it being reported otherwise. The restrictions continue for the Salmon Fishing Season 2016 1st March to 30 September on the Watersmeet and Glenthorne Fishery.
The 2016 South West Fly Fair is on SATURDAY 27th FEB 2016 10am-4pm at Roadford Lake near Launceston Cornwall.
Fly Casting and Tying, Float Tubing,
Kayaking - Demonstrations & Clinics
ALL FREE - learn from the experts!
including: Charles Jardine - Mike Weaver - Gary Champion...
Trade stands for Tackle, Split Cane Rods, Fly Tying, Art
Guest Speakers... Read more
River Dart Emergency Salmon Protection Byelaw
Since April 2015, the Environment Agency has received numerous reports of diseased, dead and
dying salmon & sea trout in the River Dart. Migratory salmonid populations in the Dart appear to
have been particularly badly affected this year compared to other rivers in Devon and Cornwall.
Given the... Read more
This year we have received a number of reports of wild salmon and sea trout with fungal infections. We have also had reports of fish with the skin condition Ulcerative Dermal Necrosis (UDN), although confirmed cases of this disease remain scarce. These are both natural conditions that usually affect low numbers of salmon and sea trout every year as they return to our rivers. Numbers of... Read more
The following briefing details the reasoning for the introduction of an Emergency Byelaw to protect salmon stocks on the River Dart, Devon, England. A more detailed justification is available on request.
The Environment Agency has received reports of diseased fish in recent years from many rivers across the SW, including the Dart. Whilst these reports are of concern and have been... Read more
You may be aware that we could be facing a warm and dry summer this year. As a result, you need to think about how you can protect your fish stocks during this time. I have attached our guidance (See next page below) on things to consider during warm weather events and what to do if you do see fish in distress or dying fish.
It is really important that you put measures in place to... Read more
The sight of dead fish is devastating for any fishery manager, club or angler. Taking action at the first sign of dead fish can reduce the number of fish lost and allow the fishery to recover quicker.
What you should do
If you do have fish dying at your fishery there a number of things you need to do immediately:
This will reduce the stress levels within... Read more
Environment Agency Fisheries South West Newsletter January - March 2015
This newsletter is a quarterly update on some of the fisheries work undertaken by the the Environment Agency and other partners including the Rivers Trusts, within Wessex and Devon & Cornwall Fungal outbreak in Devon rivers A number of rivers in Devon have seen salmonids with relatively high rates of fungal... Read more