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Last update:
15 Nov 2000

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Scotland for Fishing


Scottish Stillwater Fisheries Roundup
Reporter: Jim Boyd
Monday 13th November 2000

Last of USA's Atlantic salmon face extinction
Reporter: Submitted by Allan Berry
Tuesday 14th November 2000

Reporter: Submitted by Allan Berry
Tuesday 14th November 2000

Around the Scottish Fisheries
Reporter: Jim Boyd
Monday 6th November, 2000

Conservation Matters: Scallop Committee reports fishermen
Reporter: Peter Johnson: submitted by Bill Mott
Wednesday 1st November, 2000

SEAS AT RISK "Chemicals under the Spotlight"
Reporter: Submitted by Bill Mott
Wednesday 1st November 2000

BBC Interviews Bruce Sandison on the Salmon Conservation (Scotland) Bill
Reporter: Submitted by Allan Berry
Saturday November 4, 2000

Reporter: Prichard
Tuesday 31 October 2000

Loch Fitty Bait Season Underway
Reporter: Gerry MacKenzie
Sunday 29th October 2000

Young Anglers - FAQs
Reporter: Prichard
Friday 13th October, 2000

Dead Hatchery Fish contaminate Connemara Lake
Reporter: Graham Shaw
Friday 13th October, 2000

Links between ASP and Salmon Farming
Reporter: Allan Berry
Friday 13th October 2000

Mad Axeman Scores a First
Reporter: Peter Miller
Tuesday 10th October, 2000

Fishing for the Elusive Plaice
Reporter: Prichard
Sunday 1st October, 2000

Sea Angling News from Tralee Bay
Reporter: Prichard ARPS
Friday September 29, 2000

Dangerous Fishes - teeth, spines and skin!

Reporter: Michael Prichard
1 September 2000

Caithness: The Reay Lochs - Fly Fishing for Wild Trout
Reporter: Lesley Crawford
Tuesday 22nd August

Wales: Fishing the Gower Peninsula
Reporter: Adrian Faulkner
Saturday 19th August 2000



Goto Top

Wednesday 22nd November, 2000
Shepley - Editor

OOPS - An apology

Welcome to November - or what is left of it. Being based much of the time in the Middle East, one gets used to hiccups with ISDN lines, slow servers et al. Add to that a move of to an area of desert which has no land lines and a service provider which does not have the necessary radio link equipment for another two weeks - and you might just forgive our updating the site. Enough said: we hope to rectify the shortfall with regular postings and new features erotica online several times a week.

The 2001 Air New Zealand sponsored International Saltfly Championships are again being held at the beautiful images of Islands, etc. For latest information on the event organised by John Giacon of New Zealand Angling Ltd. you can check out John's website at .

Editor Shepley with a specimen New Zealand Kahawai on
3 kgs test line - just missing an IGFA world line class record.

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Tight Lines
International Rod & Line




Oh - and do let us know how you are getting on and what's pulling them in.

Check out Prichard's tips too, for beginners - young and old. probably written more words on angling for youngsters than I've had fish.

Tight Lines.


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