Scottish Wild Salmon Company, Suppliers of the Finest Quality Scottish Wild Salmon & Seatrout
The History of the Scottish Coastal Salmon Fishing
The Atlantic salmon has probably been the focus of more books and articles than any other fish. Everything about the salmon has been covered in great detail, with the notable exception of salmon netting, a subject of heated debate amongst anglers for generations.
The History of the Scottish Wild Salmon Fishing Industry
The DVD provides an insight into the life history of the fish around which the industry was built and the many generations of netsmen who prospered from it. It is the first permanent and comprehensive record of what was once among Scotland’s most important rural industries, employing at one time in excess of 3,000 people directly and many more in the ancillary trades.
Scottish Wild Salmon Company Press Release Response to Association of Salmon Fishery Boards (ASFB) Call for Zero Exploitation Prior to 15 May 2014 and Comments on Wider Salmon Netting Issues The ASFB issued a Press Release on 10 January calling for zero exploitation by rods or nets until 15 May 2014, purportedly for reasons of 'conservation'.George Pullar, Director of the Scottish Wild Salmon Company stated "We find the latest public relations propaganda from the ASFB somewhat perverse. We wish to clarify some of the facts around this to ensure that the public at large are properly informed.Read More Here
Matthew Chance reports on how climate change is shrinking the size of wild salmon off the Scottish coast for CNN
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SCOTTISH WILD SALMON NETTERS PURSUE QUALITY AND GAIN PRESTIGOUS AWARD The Salmon Net Fishing Association of Scotland, (SNFAS) industry body and representative for the majority of Scottish Salmon Netters, today announced it has been successful in having Scottish Wild Salmon awarded Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) status being recognised as an EU Protected Food Name.
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The Scottish Wild Salmon Company is proud to be a member of the Scottish Seafood Association.