Cromarty Fisheries Junior Angling Club Meet 14th September

On a wet Thursday evening at Tarvie Fishing Lochs, twenty two Junior Anglers came along to The Cromarty Fisheries Junior Angling Club.
Nine new members joined and were introduced to different angling techniques under the guidance of the Fishery Board Staff.
Some parents stayed with their children and had a go at fishing or passed on their angling skills !
Again this was another successful event with eight fish being caught in total.
The next Junior Angling Club meet will be Saturday 23rd September at Tarvie Fishing Lochs 2-4pm. The senior Junior Anglers will have extra tuition on Fly Fishing techniques if they so wish.

Junior Anglers with their catch of the day !

Junior Anglers under watchful eye of Edward Head Bailif

Eager to learn how to Fly Fish

Evie taking to Fly Fishing very well

A bit of Father Daughter and Son bonding going on

Mum keeping a watchful eye and giving some tips

Rikki teaching Bait Fishing

Julie and Ellie

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Dunglass Open Day

The annual open day on Dunglass Island was held last Saturday 1st September. Here Fishery Board staff demonstrate how they monitor fish stocks within the Cromarty catchment by the use of electro fishing. Once caught the fish were anaesthetised and spectators were then shown the different features between salmon and trout. Other fish identified were eels, stickle back, flounder and minnows.
Children had a go at kick sampling and were taught how to identify river invertebrates and learnt of their importance with in the river ecosystem

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Cromarty Fisheries Junior Angling Club

On Saturday 1st September the Cromarty Fisheries Junior Angling Club had its first meet at Tarvie Lochs.
Twenty eight Junior Anglers attended the 2 hour session.
Under the guidance of the Fishery Board Bailiffs, the Junior Anglers had taster sessions of bait, spinning and fly fishing.
The children had a great time learning new skills and even caught some fish !
With funding from SSE Fairburn Wind farm fund this day was made possible and a further three sessions are booked. See events for more details.

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Cromarty Fisheries Junior Angling Club

The first Cromarty Fisheries Junior Angling Club meet will be this Saturday 2nd September.
Yesterday the Fishery Trust attended Dingwall Academy Sports Fair and promoted the Junior Angling Club.
The response from Academy pupils was very positive.

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Anti-poaching patrols

Anti-poaching patrols

The fishery protection work of the Fishery Board bailiffs continues throughout the summer and autumn months. Regular patrols of riverbanks and coast take place at all hours of the day and night. This summer there has been excellent cooperation from Police Scotland both in helping with bailiff training and in joining bailiffs on patrol. This close working with our local Wildlife Crime Officer has not only helped the bailiffs but increased Police awareness of fishery protection issues.

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Electro fishing event

Electro fishing event on the river Conon.Electro fishing and kick sampling Event

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Pink salmon update

Pink salmon update

There have now been two pink salmon captures reported in the Cromarty Firth region, one from the Conon and one from the Alness.
Fishery Management Scotland have produced an update regarding pink salmon in Scotland 170814 – INNS – FMS Statement – Pink salmon 3
Please retain any pink salmon captured and report the capture to Fishery Board staff

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Scotland’s Salmon Festival

Scotland’s Salmon Festival will be held in Inverness starting on the 29th of August. Follow the link below for details

salmon festival postcard

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Pink salmon caught on the Conon

The first Pink salmon was reported from Lower Fairburn this week. A male fish coming into spawning condition was caught on Lower Fairburn.

Anglers are asked to retain any Pink salmon caught and report the capture to Board staff.

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pink salmon

Pink salmon statement from Fishery Management Scotland

Pink salmon

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