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Archive of posts filed under the Environment Agency category.

Fungas Infected salmon

You may be aware that we have seen a number of incidences of heavy fungal infections on salmon, sea trout and brown across a range of different rivers over the last few months. These have been particularly severe in the South West and have led to mortalities of fish in some cases. The attached picture […]

Biosecurity for anglers – planning for the future

A very interesting read from Stuart Crofts, a fly fishing guide and invertebrate expert with the Riverfly Partnership, on how anglers and all water users need to act now and take biosecurity measures on board to prevent further spread of invasive species in our freshwater environment.  He has put a lot of effort into liaising with several […]

Frome Enhancements

The River Frome Rehabilitation Plan sets out a way to improve the river condition of the Frome SSSI between Dorchester and Wareham. This project located east of Dorchester is aiming to undo some of the historic river ‘improvement’ works of the 1970’s by returning dredged gravels to a highly degraded reach. Removing raised embankments, bed […]