Win A McLean Salmon Weigh Net!

Peaks Fly Fishing, one of the UK’s leading providers of premium salmon flies to both UK and international anglers are offering FishPal customers the chance to win a McLean Salmon Weight Net!

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The Antrim Fly Fair 25th & 26th June

Fly Angling to make an even bigger splash at yearly outdoor extravaganza

The Irish Game Fair at Shanes Castle has always been a wonderful day out for the whole family attracting visitors from across the globe.

This year the Irish Game Fair is shaping up to be bigger and better than ever before, with a diverse range of trade and interest stands, action packed arena programme, including a medieval jousting tournament and the living history village, with an array of craft and fine food stands.

At the heart of this years show is The Antrim Fly Fair created by Stevie Munn and the Irish Fly Team.

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A Spring Fish Wins The Malloch Trophy

The 2021 winner of Scotland’s most prestigious angling award, the greatest honour in British game fishing, announced.

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Tweed Foundation launches fundraising auction

Salmon fishing experiences, luxury food hampers, a rally driving session and beautiful art works are some of the lots on offer in a special online auction to raise money to support the work of the Tweed Foundation.

The Drygrange based charity works to protect, improve and enhance fish stocks in the River Tweed system. Its efforts are vital in both environmental and economic terms with the most recent survey* showing that the Tweed fishery contributes around £24 million every year to the local economy and provides 513 jobs.

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Have your say on the future of sea net fishing in Yorkshire and the North East

People are being asked to share their views in a month-long Environment Agency consultation about protecting salmon and sea trout in Yorkshire and the North East, launching today. The survey will help the Environment Agency make recommendations for measures to protect the fish which are threatened by factors including climate change, fishing and industry. Current arrangements, including a “net limitation order”, are due to end on 22 December this year

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Salmon Fishing Trip To Norway

Grindal Salmon Lodge is one of the largest stretches of private fly water available on a Norwegian salmon river. The lodge has 3.7 miles of fly water split into 17 beats, including two of the best pools on the river, Igd bilde and Pollen which hold good numbers of fish throughout the season

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Spring Salmon Flies

With so many flies to choose from we’ve listed the top three flies that consistently appear within the FishPal fishing reports during Spring. These flies can fish in all conditions and river heights, just refine the size of the fly to be in with a chance of a springer.

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Atlantic Salmon Trust Tracking Projects

The Atlantic Salmon Trust’s ambitious tracking work continues across Scotland.

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Salmon & Sea Trout Fishing on the River Snizort, Isle of Skye

Twelve beats along its eight mile length, a dedicated ghillie and Skeabost House Hotel, a Skye mansion set on the shoreline of Loch Snizort. The river Snizort is a fishing destination with a difference.

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Prize Draw: Win a Fantastic Fly Fishing Experience on the East Ranga River, Iceland

The Atlantic Salmon Trust (AST) has, once again, partnered with the East Ranga river and RIPP Sporting to offer this bucket list fly fishing experience.

Included* in this four-day trip (20 – 23rd August 2022) is full board accommodation at the East Ranga Lodge, and a single en-suite room for each rod. The Lodge is situated in the south-west corner of Iceland just 80 minutes from the Icelandic capital Reykjavik, with unbroken views of snowy Mt. Hekla and the Eyjarfjallajokull glacier to the east. Flowing past the fishing lodge is the East Ranga river, one of the most productive Atlantic salmon rivers in the world, with a five-year average catch of 4299 salmon, high even by Icelandic standards, and an all-time record of 9070 salmon landed in the 2020 season. The prize is for two rods fishing six half-day sessions over four days, fully guided.

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