Brexit could have a “catastrophic” impact on Scots fishermen, with the sector facing a £34 million a year bill to sell their catch to Europe after October 31.
Sustainable North Sea cod could disappear from supermarket shelves next year after losing its certification due to concerns about falling stock levels.
Kentucky wildlife officials have used a dramatic method to fight the spread of invasive Asian Carp fish in local waterways.
Fishing tourists spending £86m a year in Scotland are going overseas because of plummeting salmon stocks, experts have warned.
Save Our Salmon: World experts starkly warn that time is running out and urge Scottish ministers to stop wringing their hands and start taking action
Leading environmental campaigners, conservationists and anglers today demand emergency government action to save Scotland’s wild salmon from extinction.
Deal to allow live langoustines to be exported to China could bring multi-million-pound boost to Scots fishing
A new deal to allow the export of live langoustines to China is expected to bring a multi-million-pound boost to Scotland’s fishing industry.
THE worst salmon season in living memory has sparked fears that global warming and fish farms are emptying Scotland’s rivers.
Clampdown looms for salmon farms as Holyrood probe sparks ultimatum to protect fish and safeguard lochs
POLITICIANS are to demand an overhaul of regulations governing Scotland’s controversial salmon farming industry.
SALMOND with crippling spinal deformities linked to intensive farming have been caught on camera in new images.
Scallop war: Scots trawler one of several British ships involved in dangerous clashes with the French in the high seas
FRENCH fishermen have been accused of endangering the lives of British mariners after an extraordinary clash over scallops in the English Channel.
ANY economic benefits that come from leaving the Common Fisheries Policy (CFP) under Brexit must be felt in the communities that depend on the sector, according to a report.