The Annual General Meeting of the Findhorn Nairn & Lossie Fisheries Trust will be held on Monday the 26th November at 6.15pm in the Long Room at Logie Steading. All are welcome to attend to find out about the FNLFT’s activities this year. 2018.11.26 FNLFT AGM Agenda 2017.12.4 FNLFT AGM minutes

  • There are fish in the river

    There are fish in the Findhorn- The Findhorn Bailiff has been trying out their new underwater camera, with the help of a ROV from Slater Sports of Buckie.  The film is from the end of August when fish were gathering in pools in the lower river, unable to run upstream due to the lack of water.  […]

  • Pink Salmon Alert

    Pink Salmon Alert: Fisheries Management Scotland (FMS) have informed us of the recent capture of a pink salmon on the south coast of Norway by an angler, and one may have been caught in commercial nets in NE England. So there is a possibility that the pink salmon may turn up again in Scotland this […]

  • No Access No Fish

    No Access No Fish!  It’s a simple statement but it’s critical, if adult fish access is blocked then there will be no spawning, no juveniles and no fish for the future!  Ensuring fish access is therefore a key part of the Trust and Boards work. Recent years have seen a substantial increase in river works […]

  • Auction Success

    The FNLFT fundraising auction was a great success- a huge thanks to all the generous donors who offered lots for the auction- and to those who bid for them.  We raised over £7300 towards projects to keep our rivers healthy for future generations. Bob Laughton presented a delighted winning bidder with their Lot- a watercolour […]

  • World Fish Migration Day

    World Fish Migration Day at the Nairn Smolt Trap Bob and Ali welcomed four visitors to our smolt trap on the River Nairn on Saturday 21st April as part of “World Fish Migration Day.  Visitors were informed about the lifecycle of salmon and trout and the work of the Fishery Trust and Nairn Fishery Board to […]

  • Spring 2018 Newsletter

    Our Spring 2018 E-Newsletter is published – containing news on our fundraising auction, the Scottish Invasive Species Initiative and the Aberarder habitat improvement project.  Check your spam trap if you don’t receive the email from us or sign up for future newsletters using the form on our webpages.  A printable version of the Newsletter is […]

  • 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. […]