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Chair: Jock Miller
Author Archives: A Campbell, Clerk
The Board is currently recruiting for a Seasonal Bailiff. Please see the job advert and description on the notices page for further details.
The Board is delighted to report that Ali Skinner has taken up the post of Fisheries Officer/Bailiff for the Beauly District. Ali has a varied career in the fishing industry having first been a deep-sea fisherman, then progressing through the … Continue reading
The Board is delighted to report that Ruth Watts has taken up post as senior biologist for the Beauly District. Ruth previously worked as an ecologist for SEPA and has 10 years experience in freshwater ecology. She lives locally and … Continue reading
The Board is currently recruiting for a Fisheries Officer / bailiff. Please see the job advert and description on the publications page for further details.
Consultation on proposed conservation measures to introduce a licensing system for killing wild salmon in Scotland
The Board has submitted a response to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the above proposals. The response can be found here: –Beauly DSFB Response – Consultation on Licenced Killing of Wild Salmon
An update report from the contractor instructed by NBFT to undertake a survey and treatment of non-native invasive plant species is attached here: – INNPS Coille Alba Update report November 2014
A former bridge apron, identified as a potential barrier to fish passage, has been eased as a consequence of works carried out by Ness & Beauly Fisheries Trust in conjunction with SEPA. Removal of this barrier should enable fish to … Continue reading
The Beauly District Fishery Board has approved the Beauly Cathment Fisheries Management Plan prepared in conjunction with Ness & Beauly Fisheries Trust. The Plan will run from 2014 to 2020 and covers proposed actions to tackle amongst other things predation, … Continue reading
For the first time in over 60 years no salmon were taken by netsmen in the Inverness Firth during the 2013 season – and a new agreement has been reached to extend a key salmon conservation measure for a further … Continue reading