Casting an eye on river health

Casting an eye on river health

In our latest Western Morning News article, our head of fisheries and river management Bruce Stockley talks about fishing in relation to the environment.It’s an obvious fact that country sports need the natural environment to function, but does the environment...
Next time it rains…

Next time it rains…

Simon Browning, our Senior Data & Evidence Officer, shares his thoughts with the Western Morning News.As we race around in our cars, effortlessly defying gravity at the touch of an accelerator, it can be easy to lose touch with the subtle slopes of our landscape....
Woodlands – Water – Fisheries Workshop

Woodlands – Water – Fisheries Workshop

Reflecting on the wooded nature of the Walkham Catchment, together with its importance as a salmonid fishery and Natural Flood Management (NFM), we held a woodlands, water and fisheries workshop to engage and bring together all relevant stakeholders to exchange...
Water For Growth: Habitat Work

Water For Growth: Habitat Work

Removal of barriers to fish migration forms the greatest part of Water For Growth (W4G) but getting fish up to poor spawning grounds or unhealthy juvenile habitat would be a wasted effort so a program of rehabilitation of these areas has been employed to maximise the...
Fish Pass: our innovative new angling app

Fish Pass: our innovative new angling app

The funding we received to improve fish passage and salmonid habitat was balanced with our aim to get more people fishing. If our work on weirs and the rivers can increase stocks of fish, then bringing a greater number of anglers to experience the fishing will bring...