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  1. General Board
    Salmon farming giant Mowi probed over chemical use - BBC News
  2. River Tay
    What's a good height of water for Dalguise and which is the best Sepa station to check it out on. Len
  3. Favourite Beats & Rivers
    Just been looking on line , and it appears we have had a tiny bit of rain in the hills, the forecast is looking a tad more promising, but id like to check if the rivers have had a spate out to the west of me, i.e the Dinard. I cant find a sepa station? is there one!
  4. General Board
    The crammond fall has been closed since June 2017 to fix/replace the salmon pass were now into April 2018 and it is still closed.. it's been completed for about a month now and there still delaying the opening till 21 April. I presume sepa know there's salmon being caught in the fourth rivers so...
  5. General Board
    After a charge brought against them by sepa the contractors for the AWPR (Aberdeen bypass) has been fined 280,000 pounds for causing pollution to Dee and Don maybe other rivers and streams,and the money is going towards restoring and enhancing the rivers. Well done to sepa it is the biggest...
  6. General Board
    I was fishing the river I grew up on, this thursday. River Urr. Upstream from me , their is a large gas pipeline being laid. The pool I started to fish on has a little burn running in, at the head. Always when you cross the burn you notice loads little fingerlings. I started fishing full of...
  7. General Board
    I took this photo this afternoon while crossing Maryculter Bridge after fishing on the south bank. It appears to be coming from the AWPR construction at the new Dee crossing. It doesn't look good. SEPA have been informed.
  8. North Atlantic Salmon Conservation
    Extract from Todays Herald. Mike THE Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa) has come under angry attack from the fish farming industry over planned new controls on a toxic pesticide - despite having watered down its regulatory plans. The Scottish Salmon Producers' Organisation (SSPO) has...
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