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The nuclear option – eradicate invasive bass to save Miramichi salmon

The collateral damage using Rotenone to rid the lake of smallmouth bass would be taking out most of the lake’s insects and amphibians. [...]

December 23, 2019 Atlantic salmon, Atlantic Salmon Federation News, FEATURE STORY, Slide, smallmouth bass, wild fish conservancy

Atlantic salmon, an obsession oft addictive, for which no one seeks a cure

Leonard Pelly, a wealthy Englishman, was so obsessed with salmon fishing that in the 1880s, he would steer his private yacht for the coast of Norway to fly fish. [...]

November 25, 2019 Atlantic salmon, FEATURE STORY, Fly Fishing, Slide, Videos

Future Bright For Land-based Closed-Containment Atlantic Salmon Aquaculture

The founder of Patagonia, Yvon Chouinard, introduced a clip from his company’s latest film, Artifishal, which details the havoc wreaked by coastal open-net aquaculture. [...]

November 21, 2019 Aquaculture, ARTIFISHAL, Atlantic salmon, Conservation, FEATURE STORY, Slide

Open net pens fail, again, and Atlantic salmon rot and stink up NL shoreline

Most agree Atlantic salmon aquaculture can be a good thing. However, salmon farming science regarding open pens is not science, its' bull shit and needs to be fixed. [...]

October 11, 2019 Atlantic salmon, Atlantic Salmon Federation News, Breaking News, FEATURE STORY, Slide, water pollution event

About global fish farms – false negatives are creeping into play

Atlantic salmon cooked almost any way known is delicious - even lazy chef [me] sous vide. Wild-caught is distinguishably better than open pen aquaculture raised. [...]

September 6, 2019 Aquaculture, Atlantic salmon, Atlantic Salmon Federation News, RECENT, Slide