It’s the River Tay but not as you know it...
The Scottish Government has been accused of performing a U-turn over fishing rights on the River Earn following a "disaster" year for anglers which will see the river downgraded.
Comedy stars Bob Mortimer and Paul Whitehouse paid tribute to a popular River Tay angler in the latest episode of their hit BBC series.
Ben Nicholl of the Jigger Inn, Old Course St Andrews, hopes his seven-year-old niece will follow in his culinary footsteps. Caroline Lindsay finds out more.
Madam, – I read with interest the article on the decline of salmon in Scottish rivers and the impact on fishing tackle shops (“Fishing gear retailers hit by slump in salmon,” The Courier, May 27)
Salmon anglers are to be given breathing space after the Crown Estate agreed to reduce rents in response to falling fish stocks.
The first casts of an eagerly-awaited 2019 season opening were made on the River North Esk at the dawn of a new era for the Angus sporting gem.
Plans to expand a Highland Perthshire hydroelectric station have been pulled after a series of objections over the impact on migrating salmon.
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Celebrations to mark the start of salmon season have been marred by a worrying decline in River Tay stocks.