Singer Dougie MacLean helped perform the traditional blessing of the water at a ceremony marking the opening of the salmon fishing season on the River Tay.
Follow the fish: Landmark bid to protect threatened Scots salmon by tracking their route to north Atlantic
The migration routes of wild salmon from Scotland’s west coast are to be tracked for the first time in a bid to save the iconic fish.
Mackerel may be unexpected salmon killers as they have a voracious appetite and their numbers could far outstrip official estimates, according to a leading scientist.
Salmon born with an adventurous streak might be more likely to perish because they swim into harm’s way, scientists suspect.
Two-thirds of juvenile wild salmon being tracked during their migration from Scottish rivers vanished within the first 60 miles of their journeys, according to new research.
A leading UK businessman has launched a research programme to support his work aimed at protecting Atlantic Salmon.
Anew device to scare seals could help Scottish salmon farms avoid a ban on exports to the United States.
Fishing businesses are fighting for survival as the catastrophic decline in salmon numbers has meant big-spending customers have ditched the sport.
Fishing tourists spending £86m a year in Scotland are going overseas because of plummeting salmon stocks, experts have warned.
A 97-year-record for the biggest rod-caught salmon in Scotland will never be broken as their numbers have plummeted, experts warn.
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.