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The Spey Fishery Board was established under the 1862 and 1868 Salmon Fisheries legislation. This was subsequently amended and presently stated in the Salmon Act 1986 and the Salmon Conservation (Scotland) Act 2001. This legislation has more recently been amalgamated under the Salmon and Freshwater Fisheries...

The Loch Lomond Fisheries Trust (LLFT) is an environmental charity formed in 2001 to champion the conservation and restoration of Loch Lomond's native fish populations, their habitats and the freshwater environment. "Our aim is to maintain and restore aquatic biodiversity in and around Loch Lomond by means of practical, responsible and sustainable approaches to water, land and fishery management based on sound science."

This site is the official resource for the Nith District Salmon Fishery Board and the Nith Catchment Fishery Trust. The Nith Catchment Fishery Trust is a company which has gained charitable status and has been formed to conserve and enhance all native freshwater fish and their habitats located within the inland and coastal waters of the River Nith catchment and the jurisdictional area of the Nith District Salmon Fishery Board.

The aims of the Trust are to promote and support initiatives designed to conserve, enhance and develop our fisheries for the enjoyment of current and future generations, and to preserve a valuable part of our natural heritage."We achieve our objectives by providing advice, carrying out research, ...

The River Dee is an internationally important environment for wildlife and is designated a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) for its populations of Atlantic salmon, otters and freshwater pearl mussels. The care of the River Dee is the joint role of the River Dee Trust (RDT) and the Dee District Salmon Fishery Board (DDSFB).

The Dee Catchment Partnership is working to protect, enhance and restore the waters of the River Dee Catchment. These waters include the River Dee, its tributary burns, lochs and wetlands, as well as the habitats and species that depend on them. The River Dee is regarded as one of the cleanest Scottish rivers but impacts from a range of sources have significant collective impacts.

“Working together to protect the Tweed and its tributaries” : Tweed Forum was formed in 1991 "to promote the sustainable use of the whole of the Tweed catchment through holistic and integrated management and planning". In close partnership with our members, Tweed Forum works to protect, enhance and restore the rich natural, built and cultural heritage of the River Tweed and its tributaries.

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