Year: 2014

Spey Foundation Publications

Spey Foundation Publications

The following documents are available to download. Spey Foundation Annual Reports The Spey Foundation Annual Report 2020 can be found here.   Spey Foundation Accounts The Spey Foundation 2020 Accounts can be found here. The…

Area of Responsibility

The Spey Fishery Board is responsible for the Spey Fishery District, which includes 52 rod fisheries within the mainstem of the Spey and its tributaries. The District covers 107 miles of Mainstem River, approximately 560…

Statutory Responsibilities

The Spey Fishery Board has the following Statutory Responsibilities: Provide fisheries protection Set Salmon rod fishery season (11th February – 30th September) Set Sea Trout rod fishery season (15th March – 30th September) Set weekly…
About Biosecurity

About Biosecurity

In 2021 the Spey Fishery Board published an updated Spey District Biosecurity Plan 2021 - 2025. Once INNS are established, for many species there are no effective techniques available to eradicate them, so preventing introduction…
The Spey Catchment Initiative

The Spey Catchment Initiative

The Spey Catchment Initiative (SCI) is a partner organisation set up to take forward key actions from the Spey Catchment Management Plan. Found out more here.

Website upgrade outage

Please be aware that the Spey Fishery Board website may be offline for a period during over the next week or so as the data is transferred over to our new and updated format. The…

Spey Electrofishing Report 2014

The report of the 2014 electrofishing surveys of the Spey catchment can be downloaded by clicking here. The report is lengthy, although hopefully quite readable, but it is the culmination of an entire summers surveying…

Spey Catchment Initiative Update

The Spey Catchment Initiative is a multi-facetted water based environmental enhancement initiative led by a Steering Group of representatives from partner organisations; Cairngorms National Park Authority, Diageo, Forestry Commission Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage, Scottish Environment Protection…
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