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02.01.2018 1 Comments

There are certainly issues regarding seal and dolphin predation which may effectively be targeting wild salmonids, due to a diminishing and compromised near coastal ecosystem due to overfishing and climatic change, where traditional prey might not be quite as robust as before. This is certainly a very negative position for our salmonid populations but is not unexpected as Ireland has experienced a substantial shift upwards in food production with changed land usage and disturbance increasing exponentially over the last number of decades. This is largely where we are with Atlantic salmon. The month of May saw increased catches of springers with early grilse featuring in a fair number of rivers. To restore an abundance of salmon to our rivers is probably not possible due to climate-related changes in the oceanic environment but we certainly can help by reinventing our relationship with the Atlantic salmon which must be viewed as a wonderful asset to this country and our natural heritage.

Plentymorefish ie


It is extraordinary that out rivers have little or no management in regard to habitat and water-quality issues and indeed rivers have no effective controls to preserve any semblance of conservation. This upturn has not materialised and indeed stocks as indicated by counter data have continued to decline. Further afield, high seas fisheries are another concern. The problems can be categorised as direct and indirect, which can be further stated as regional or global. As we move out to sea we are met with an environment which has drastically changed over the last number of decades. River trusts are being formed but without statutory powers and full-time, suitable staff will have little effectiveness. Already there is concern over amoebic gill disease which is caused by an amoeba which has become more prevalent in Irish waters over the last decade and which may be exacerbated by aquaculture acting as a reservoir for increased production and increased probability of transfer to wild fish. The most capable predator of salmon is man and as such we have a role to play in protecting this wonderful icon of our natural world. This is certainly a very negative position for our salmonid populations but is not unexpected as Ireland has experienced a substantial shift upwards in food production with changed land usage and disturbance increasing exponentially over the last number of decades. The changes in land usage have certainly resulted in increased nutrients entering our rivers with subsequent negative effects on flora and fauna, but also our rivers have become more susceptible to siltation through degradation of river bank stability as a result of increased drainage to facilitate agriculture and development. Thereafter there was a near collapse of fresh salmon and grilse entering rivers throughout Ireland which has shown no improvement throughout September. There are certainly issues regarding seal and dolphin predation which may effectively be targeting wild salmonids, due to a diminishing and compromised near coastal ecosystem due to overfishing and climatic change, where traditional prey might not be quite as robust as before. The direct problems relate to a number of issues in our own near coastal environment. The issue of instream increased predation by cormorants and other invasive species like American mink has largely been ignored by all groups and is certainly having a devastating effect in some catchments. They will extrapolate forward and the difference then is perceived as a loss but we do not perceive what happened before our time as a loss. To restore an abundance of salmon to our rivers is probably not possible due to climate-related changes in the oceanic environment but we certainly can help by reinventing our relationship with the Atlantic salmon which must be viewed as a wonderful asset to this country and our natural heritage. We know that the Blue Whiting spring fishery adjacent to the Faroes has been responsible for increased catches of pre-adult Atlantic salmon. Salmon farming has been practised in Ireland since the mids and has had a devastating effect on both salmon and sea trout survival. This is broadly in line with our near neighbours in the UK thus demonstrating an overall collapse. The traditional early rivers saw little real activity until well into April with the period of January to March demonstrating a constant trend of decline in comparison to even a decade ago. Acidic flushes through degradation of peatlands and coniferous forestry also affect our salmonid populations with some catchments now incapable of sustaining optimum production. The month of May saw increased catches of springers with early grilse featuring in a fair number of rivers. I am always reminded of a concept that Dr Daniel Pauly, a world-renowned fisheries biologist, who stated that every human generation uses the images that they got at the beginning of their conscious lives as a standard. We have enormous problems in the ocean, with man again responsible for the majority of these issues. Certainly habitat and water quality can be improved by real designation of certain areas as refuges where habitat is protected by law and rewilding allowed take place to the benefit of all.

Plentymorefish ie


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  1. Our current regulatory regime allows anglers and commercial nets men kill salmon within certain limits but these are generous and maybe it is time to drastically limit our exploitation.

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