Cromarty Firth Fishery Trust

The Cromarty Firth Fishery Trust is a registered charity (SCO29221) which was established in 1999.

The principal objects of the trust are the promotion and undertaking of research into a study of the fresh water fishery resources (including salmon and sea trout) and associated habitat in the area of the Cromarty Firth (extending from Tarbat Ness in the North to the South Soutar in the South) and covering the catchment area of all rivers flowing into the Firth and for the benefit of all persons interested in such fishery resources. In addition its object is to advance education of all persons interested in such fishery resources and associated habitats by raising their awareness and understanding of the importance of such fishery resources, habitats and their conservation and in addition such other purposes as are recognised by Law as exclusively charitable within the meaning of the Income Corporation Taxes Act 1988 or any Act amending or replacing the same relating to conservation and management of fishery resources, water, water quality and environmental conservation as the trustees may from time to time in their sole discretion.

Trust Reports

Examples of recent projects can be seen via the links below:

The Cromarty Firth Fishery Trust Education Programme Update

Cromarty Trust report and accounts 2017

Cromarty Trust 2016 report

Cromarty Firth Trust projects

Fishery Management Plan progress report 2012

Cromarty Firth Fishery Trust Trustees

Dr. A. Stephen (Chairman)

Prof. A. Easton

Mr A. Matheson

Mr O. McLennan

Mr R. Munro Ferguson

The Earl of Aylesford

Mr D. Smith

Mrs C. Pirie

Mr. Scott

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