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Pink Salmon

Published 21 August 2019 From:Environment Agency Up until recently, catching a Pacific pink salmon was as rare as netting a red herring. However in 2017 unprecedented numbers of this species were reported within inshore coastal…
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Potential extension to the Yorkshire and North East coastal sea trout netting season

Please take the time to look at & complete the survey in the link below. https://consult.environment-agency.gov.uk/north-east/yorkshire-and-north-east-coastal-sea-trout-fishery/ Have a look at the response from WTT, The Wild Trout Trust for guidance. https://www.wildtrout.org/news/consultation-on-the-yorkshire-and-ne-coast-drift-net-sea-trout-fishery

Cong Burn Car-park Arson

The photos below are to accompany the recent newsletter sent out to all members. When more details are available & the consequences to the club have been sorted a further newsletter will be sent out.

Fishermen tackle riverside rubbish

http://www.durham.gov.uk/article/21510/Fishermen-tackle-riverside-rubbish Chester-le-Street anglers have cleared a riverside of waste in a community clean-up. Chester-le-Street and District Angling Club collected 40 bags of litter Fifteen members of Chester-le-Street and District Angling Club (CDAC) teamed together to…
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Cong Burn Restoration Project Consultation

Address for the consultation is St Mary and St Cuthbert Parish Church, Parish Centre Office,  Church Chare, CHESTER LE STREET,  Co Durham, DH3 3QB. Location map here:http://streetmap.co.uk/map.srf?X=427526&Y=551321&A=Y&Z=106 LOCAL FEEDBACK NEEDED FOR CONG BURN RIVER RESTORATION…
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Fishing licence newsletter

Welcome to 2019 In December we released 143,000 coarse fish into 71 English waters. We bred and reared them at our Calverton Fish Farm in Nottinghamshire. This is just one small part of the work…
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