News from Atlantic Salmon Federation
RIVERNOTES has the latest numbers and angling success
As June 30 numbers from counting facilities come in, and more reports of anglers and guides come in from the river, a picture is emerging of the year’s salmon runs. Read more.
ASF’s Research Department gives an update on their activities
Bill Taylor Commentary - Leadership Begins at Home
A thought-provoking opinion piece on what steps North Americans need to take to assure the future of wild Atlantic salmon – in our hearts and in our economy.
Salmon and Streams Benefit from Obama's Climate Plan
The focus has been on reducing CO2 in the U.S. President’s new plan. But it pays dividends for Atlantic salmon and rivers in Maine and Atlantic Canada.
Poaching in Conche, NL
Another boat and motor have been seized, in this Northern Peninsula community. Read more.
ISA Lab Stripped of Credentials
The lab in Charlottetown, PEI has been recognized internationally for many years. But after providing testimony at the Cohen Commission, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency pursued avenues to take away its accreditation – and appears to have succeeded. Read more.
Unveiling of Huge Atlantic Salmon Migration Map in St. Andrews
A unique, new and huge map depicting migration of Atlantic salmon in the North Atlantic painted by area artist Geoff Slater will be unveiled on Wed. July 10. Don’t miss the event. Read more.