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Patrols targetting illegal fishing continue on land and by water in Cromarty Firth area


By Hector MacKenzie

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Patrols on water will continue, the group says. Picture: Cromarty Firth Fishery Board and Trust.
Patrols on water will continue, the group says. Picture: Cromarty Firth Fishery Board and Trust.

With lockdown restrictions lifting, Cromarty Firth District Salmon Fishery Board staff have been continuing with patrols looking for illegal fishing.

In recent days, they have been conducting patrols on foot as well as by canoe.

These patrols "are ongoing and will occur at varying times and locations".

Cromarty Firth Fisheries Trust works with the board to protect and conserve native wild fisheries in the rivers and lochs draining into Cromarty Firth

The Cromarty Firth District Salmon Fishery Board is the statutory body responsible for managing salmon and sea trout in the Cromarty Firth region.

The Cromarty Firth Fishery Trust is a charity with a remit for all native fish species in the Cromarty Firth region.

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