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Angel shark article

Angel shark article

  Angel sharks have the same colour and pattern as sand on the sea floor This allows them to bury

A better deal for Bass ?

A better deal for Bass ?

EU fisheries ministers came up with a deal that recognises that targeted netting for threatened bass stocks is no longer

2016 Nature Photographer of the Year

2016 Nature Photographer of the Year

National Geographic has selected the winners of its 2016 Nature Photographer of the Year competition. This year’s grand prize winner

Richard Benyon supports BASS campaign

Richard Benyon supports BASS campaign

Former Fisheries Minister, Richard Benyon MP has thrown his weight behind the combined Angling Trust, BASS and Save Our Sea

Wild Seaweed Harvesting Consultation

Wild Seaweed Harvesting Consultation

The Wild Seaweed Harvesting: Strategic Environmental Assessment – Environmental Report has been published on the Scottish Government web site. It

Bass stocks are dangerously low

Bass stocks are dangerously low

            From the Marine Conservation Society (MCS) Despite years of warnings and efforts to reduce

Skate Conundrum in Orkney!

Skate Conundrum in Orkney!

The SSTP recently attended a workshop on the common skate in Orkney, held by SNH and Marine Scotland science. The

Angling Trust Dossier on Inshore Netting Reform

Angling Trust Dossier on Inshore Netting Reform

The Angling Trust has today published a comprehensive report calling for far greater protection for Britain’s estuaries and for a

Meet our new project officer: Amie Williams

Meet our new project officer: Amie Williams

Edward Wright; our present Project Officer has done a superb job at the helm of the tagging programme during the

Marine Scotland to hold consultation on electrofishing for razor clams in Scotland

Marine Scotland to hold consultation on electrofishing for razor clams in Scotland

Marine Scotland are holding a consultation  about electrofishing for razor clams in Scotland. This practise is illegal under EU law