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Spey Catch Declaration 2018

Spey Fishery Board Declare 2018 Catch The Spey Fishery Board is now able to declare the River Spey’s catch for 2018. A total of 3,178 salmon and grilse were caught throughout the season, together with…

SFB September Briefing

The September 2018 Spey Fishery Board Briefing has now been published and is available to download and read here.  This month’s issue includes the following: Tamdhu Fish Pass Delagyle Backwater Channel Re-connection Kinchurdy Farm Riparian Woodland…

Statement on Stocking Plans for 2019

The Spey Fishery Board is delighted to announce that it has decided to fully embrace its hatchery operation at Sandbank in Glenlivet by developing it to its full capacity. The Board recognises that it has…

Spey Fishery Board Interim Statement

The Board issued a Statement on the 18th May, acknowledging the particularly poor spring catches and the widespread concern about the decline in the numbers of adult salmon returning to the river. The Board recognises…
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