Safeguarding the future of the river Usk
In this section you can keep up to date with all of the latest news, UFA meetings and events concerning the UFA and the river Usk, with the most recent updates appearing at the top of the page.
UUFA Chairman, Harry Legge-Bourke applies to WAG for a river-wide licnese to kill FEB’s.
New byelaws have come into force on the Taff and Ely rivers in south Wales this week aimed at safeguarding its salmon and sea trout population, Environment Agency Wales has confirmed.
The byelaws require the mandatory release of all salmon and sea trout caught by anglers on both of these rivers.
This report, prepared by the Environment Agency, is one of a long-term series. It contributes to our objectives of communicating our fisheries monitoring programme.
ANNOUNCEMENT FROM THE ENVIRONMENT AGENCY
Welsh Government and DEFRA ministers have given their approval for confirmation of the catch and release byelaws on the River Wye. The byelaws are therefore duly confirmed and came into force on Saturday 23rd June.