Winning the battle over wild fish
Anglers are beginning to realise that salmon farmers are not responsible for all their problems, Hamish Macdonell writes in the January issue of Fish Farmer
“If salmon farms are responsible for the decline in wild salmon and there are only farms on the west coast, why are wild salmon numbers going down on the east coast?”
That, he says, is an unanswerable question for those who blame sea lice and fish farms for the decline in their sport and, at last, it seems to be gaining traction.
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