Just a thoguth on the salmon runs experienced this year
I have been a keen salmon fisher since the early 1990's, and this year is the first time I have read through all the advertised fishing reports (T&S) and found nearly all the rivers in the UK to be having some of the best salmon runs in decades, and in some cases, the best years on record.
Is this a one off or a start of things to come?
I know there have been a number of off shore nets bought out in the last year or so, and hatcheries have been introduced on numerous systems. Is this the answer to our progress or is just nature comming round full circle to benifit the atlantic salmon once again?