Report on licensing for aquaculture delivered to Marine Minister
Report on licensing for aquaculture delivered to Marine Minister.
Submissions from the public are invited for development of a national sea trout policy, following the launch by Inland Fisheries Ireland.
The policy will make recommendations on a range of issues including management of stock and any legislative changes that may arise.
Protection and conservation, stock assessment, education and promotion will also be addressed.
Interested parties are invited to make submissions for consideration by the Sea Trout Policy Group.
Submissions must be made in writing for publication on fisheriesireland.ie and marked “Public Consultation – Sea Trout Policy” to (SEATROUTPOLICY@fisheriesireland.ie) or Sea Trout Policy, Inland Fisheries Ireland, 3044 Lake Drive, Citywest Business Campus, D24 Y265.
It is Ireland’s only not-for-profit fly-fishing fair and supports a conservation trust.
The fair includes bug tanks, free fly-tying and casting instruction, and all aspects of safety.
A landowner has been convicted of a breach to the Water Pollution Act in Glenamaddy, Co Galway, which resulted in a fish kill.
The incident resulted in damage to fish stock in the Yellow River, which is an important spawning tributary for salmon and trout, with the absence of aquatic life noted for a considerable distance downstream.