• SISI Project Underway

    Giant Hogweed Treatment Underway The warmer temperatures this week were very welcome but it also mean’t the unwelcome return of Giant Hogweed. Scottish Invasive  Species Initiative Project Officer James Symonds was quick off the mark and began treatment of the giant hogweed just upstream of the A96.  Following this initial treatment we will be contacting […]

  • World Fish Migration Day

    World Fish Migration Day Please visit us at the Nairn smolt trap on Saturday 21st of April, as part of World Fish Migration Day.  We will be available at the trap to explain more about the lifecycle of the salmon and other fish within our rivers and will be on site from 08:00 to 10:00.  Hopefully […]

  • Nairn Smolt Trap Installed

    Nairn Smolt Trap Up and Running The Nairn rotary screw trap was re-installed on the 12th of April at Milton and our thanks to Sean Maclean (Findhorn Fishery Board), Charlie Black, Billy Milne and Gordon Rennie from the Nairn Angling Association, James Symons (SISI), Scott Galbraith (UHI) and Craig Galbraith (UHI) for all their help. […]

  • Fundraising Auction

    The Fundraising Auction website is now live- place a bid to help us keep our three rivers healthy by supporting the work of the Findhorn Nairn & Lossie Fisheries Trust.  The online only auction website is available on the Givergy website by following this link, and the auction runs until the 7th of May 2018. […]

  • New SISI Volunteer ad Communication Officer

    New SISI Volunteer and Communication Officer The Findhorn Nairn and Lossie Fishery Trust are delighted to welcome Vicky Hilton as the new volunteer and communication officer for the Scottish Invasive Species Initiative (SISI). Vicky will be based in the FNLFT Office at Logie Steading  and she will lead on the  delivery of the Volunteer Management […]

  • Findhorn Fishery Board 2017 Report Available

    The Findhorn Fishery Board 2017 Annual Report is now available to download by clicking here. 

  • New SISI Project Officer

    New SISI Project Officer The Findhorn Nairn and Lossie Fishery Trust are delighted to welcome James Symonds as the new project officer for the Scottish Invasive Species Initiative (SISI). James will be based in the Spey Fishery Board office and his remit will be to develope Inon-native species control projects within the Spey, Findhorn, Nairn […]

  • River Nairn Season Opens Members of the the Nairn Angling Association gathered at Victoria Bridge in Nairn on Saturday the 3rd March to open the fishing season. Findhorn Fishery B0ard bailiff, Alastair Skinner, welcomed all with a short and amusing speech and then opened the season in the traditional way by pouring a good dram […]

  • Seasonal River Bailiff

    Seasonal River Bailiff The River Findhorn District Salmon Fishery Board is seeking to appoint an enthusiastic seasonal (April to October 2018) River Bailiff to assist with the enforcement and management of the River Findhorn salmon and sea trout fishery. Background The Findhorn District Salmon Fisheries Board is empowered under the Salmon and Freshwater Fisheries (Consolidation) […]

  • Nairn Angling Association – New Web Site

    The Nairn Angling Association have launched a new web site! The site contains a range of facts and figures about the River Nairn, details on how to purchase a fishing permit and tips on where to fish. All backed up with great pictures of the river, the site is well worth a visit and should […]