Salmon survey results

The Ness District Salmon Fishery Board (NDSFB) has published initial results from this year’s River Ness mainstem juvenile salmon surveys, taken on sites increased from three to 10,

The ratio of fry (0+ year old) to parr (1+ year old) densities varied from site to site with the given habitat. Despite a decline in rod catch, juvenile populations seem to be relatively healthy and as expected. Average fry density from the sites was 185 per 100m2 while average parr density was 51 per 100m2.

The full report on the surveys can be viewed at


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