Fishing

Salmon School, Migrating Towards COP26

By Roxtons

The United Nations Climate Change Conference is being held in the UK in November 2021. An art installation, named Salmon School, will ‘migrate’ to the conference highlighting the impact of climate change on wild salmon survival.

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The Missing Salmon Alliance

By Roxtons

The Missing Salmon Alliance (MSA) is fighting to reverse the devastating collapse in wild Atlantic salmon around the UK. By combining expertise, knowledge and resources they aim to help the wild Atlantic salmon survive and thrive in our rivers and seas for the next generation.

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Philip Walker 1946 – 2020

By Roxtons

Phil who was known throughout the salmon angling world with great affection as a gentle, generous, and warmly enthusiastic character, sadly lost his battle with cancer early in November.

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‘Cancer and Pisces’ – a Christmas offer

By Roxtons

If you are looking for a stocking filler or a present for a friend, then Roxtons are delighted to recommend Cancer and Pisces by Mick May. This book charts Mick’s medical journey and his fight against fatal asbestos-linked cancer. It is a great read covering the many painful treatments and his frequent fishing trips to British and international rivers.

Please 'Read more' for Mick's personal message below.

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Record Day on the East Ranga, Iceland

By Roxtons

Sunday 26th July will go down as a day to remember on the East Ranga. 16 rods landed a staggering 223 salmon, the previous river record being 215. This is a simply incredible average of 14 salmon per rod for the DAY!

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East Ranga, Iceland, News

By Henry Mountain

The East Ranga has had a staggering weeks fishing. Conditions have been excellent and with very strong runs of fresh fish, the result was a total of 503 fish landed to an average of 14 rods fishing the river. Equally interesting is the quality and health of the returning salmon. Clearly the feeding at sea has been excellent and the grilse and multi sea winter salmon are in excellent condition.

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Travel to Iceland after 15 June 2020

By Roxtons

Iceland's borders have remained open to other EU and Schengen states throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, under the condition that passengers quarantine for 14 days upon arrival. From 15 June passengers can opt for a COVID-19 test upon arrival, as an alternative to quarantine. The cost of this is ISK 15,000 and unless arriving after 5pm passengers should receive the result the same day.

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