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punaise  Assemblé Générale Ordinaire 2013 de l'APSAM :: [627 lectures]
Jeudi 14 mars 2013 de 19.00 à 20.30 en mairie d'Orval.

L'ordre du jour serait le suivant:

-Rapport moral

-Rapport financier

-Projets 2013

-Elections du président et du tiers sortant

-Tarifs des cotisations 2013

-Questions diverses.



Puis à partir de 20.30,nous ferions un point d'activités 2012 avec les représentants des ASSOCIATIONS du COLLECTIF SAGE SIENNE SOULLES COTIERS OUEST COTENTIN.


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punaise  Assemblée Généralé Ordinaire de l'APSAM :: [1012 lectures]
Notre A.G.O. aura lieu le SAMEDI 3 MARS 2012
centre d'animation "les Unelles"
rue SAINT-MAUR à COUTANCES


09.30 AGO

(possibilité de déjeuner sur réservation au centre d'accueil diocésain)

14.00 conférence-débat sur le futur
"SAGE SIENNE SOULLES COTIERS OUEST COTENTIN COTE DES HAVRES"

TÉLÉCHARGER L'AFFICHE



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punaise  Letter to the Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs :: [910 lectures]
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punaise  Mise en ligne par la DGALN d'une brochure relative aux poissons migrat :: [1022 lectures]

Le 4 mai 2011, la direction générale de l'aménagement, du logement et de la nature (DGALN) du ministère de l'Ecologie, du développement durable, des transports et du logement (MEDDTL) a mis en ligne une brochure, intitulée

"Les poissons migrateurs amphihalins- Les grandes orientations de la stratégie nationale de gestion".

Cette brochure présente cette stratégie qui consiste à définir des orientations nationales permettant d’optimiser la gestion des poissons amphihalins en vue de leur conservation. Elle s'appuie sur les schémas directeurs d'aménagement et de gestion des eaux (Sdage) 2010-2015 en cours et sera actualisée en même temps que leur révision.



http://www.developpement-durable.gouv.fr/IMG/pdf/Poissons.pdf
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punaise  Africa is in a new era with so many success stories to tell :: [900 lectures]
http://www.guardian.co.uk/theobserver/2011/feb/27/leters-africa-success-stories
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punaise  Arasement ouvrage sur le moulinet :: [1032 lectures]
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Photos d'un arasement ouvrage sur le moulinet " affluent du Thar", la première n°38 avant travaux , la seconde n° 200 après travaux

Serge Colin
Président de L'APGHG
Amicale des Pêcheurs de la Gaule Halande et Granvillaise.

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punaise  Letter concerning salmon leadership in Norway :: [1020 lectures]
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punaise  Lochhead at odds with Farioe Islands :: [994 lectures]
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punaise  Call for action over wild stocks :: [1270 lectures]
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claim Scotland and Norway lagging in efforts to preserve species

By iain grant

Published: 15/01/2011

The Scottish Government has been urged to up its game on preserving wild salmon stocks.

According to the North Atlantic Salmon Fund, Scotland and Norway lag well behind efforts being made to preserve the future of the species. Fund chairman Orri Vigfusson said that it has had excellent co-operation from the governments of Iceland, Greenland, the Faroes and Canada.

But, he said, Alex Salmond’s regime has signally failed to support the concerted drive to return Atlantic stocks to their former levels.

The fund, launched in 1989, was prominent in brokering compensation deals to close netting stations.

It also campaigns for better control of salmon farms and to stem pillaging of sand eel stocks.

Mr Vigfusson acknowledges that a number of established netting stations have closed along the north and east Scottish coasts in recent years, but he says a sizeable number remain.

Speaking during a trip to the Highlands, he said: “Scotland and Norway are still practising interceptory mixed stock fishing. “There’s been quite a lot of progress in Scotland over the past 10 years in closing netting stations, but there’s still quite a long way to go.”

Mr Vigfusson, 65, a businessman from Reykavik, is also very critical of salmon farms in the west coast of Scotland which, he said, have devastated some salmon rivers. Advocating either closed containment systems or land-based regimes, he said the farmed industry would otherwise continue to spell very bad news for wild salmon through pollution and mixing with escaped fish.

A Scottish Government spokesman said it has taken considerable steps to protect wild salmon stocks. There has, he said, been extensive investment from both public and private interests in fishery management. He added: “It’s the responsibility of government to consider all those who hold rights to fish for wild salmon, including net fisheries. “Salmon netting catches have reduced substantially over the past 20 years and Scotland has a long history of reducing exploitation of the species through netting.”

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punaise  Helmsdale Opening Ceremony 2011 :: [1137 lectures]
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The opening of the salmon season in Scotland is always a very special occasion and it takes place on the Helmsdale, perhaps the best of all the Scottish Highland rivers. Fish start arriving in January and continue until September. According to Max Hastings, “this river possesses an intimacy and variety which charms every rod who knows it.”

As always, the pipers were ready to greet the early morning risers by the Bridge Hotel by playing in the 2011 season. The first salmon, a nine-pounder taken by Richard Bain on the Park Pool, was caught quite quickly. Michael Wigan of Borrobol, the spokesman for the river Helmsdale, said 'with Richard Bain's 9 pound fish we have kicked off to a wonderful start. It takes some pluck to go fishing in the January magic window between midday and early afternoon, but the fish on the first day shows it pays off. Let us hope for a good season.'

The opening ceremony drew guests from far afield this year, including Orri Vigfusson (chairman of the North Atlantic Salmon Fund) and a team of US filmmakers Mr. Eric Steel of the Easy There Tiger, Inc. The cameramen were there to make a sequence for a documentary film on the local celebrity, Megan Boyd. She lived most of her life in the nearby Kintradwell farm by Brora where she worked at her vice for a privileged clientele to tie what many say were the best fishing flies in the world.

The River Helmsdale flows eastwards down the lovely Strath of Kildonan and offers 20 miles and over 150 pools on six rotating beats. The glorious fly fishing, restricted to only 12 rods each day, is extremely varied, sometimes challenging but always un-crowded. Uniquely, the Helmsdale operates a fish counter that enables management to see on what dates runs occur and, in due course, assess catches as a percentage of runs.

The Helmsdale also benefits from the largest artificial lake on any river in Scotland in which water is retained purely to further the interests of the fishery. The dam at Badanloch holds back around 3,000 acres of water and this enables the management to give extra protection to wildlife and salmonids. For example, if a hard frost threatens to freeze the eggs in exposed redds at the river margins, the flow of water can be increased to cover them. In drought conditions water can be released to bring fish in from the estuary where seals may be killing too many of the fish that gather together to await a natural spate.

The Helmsdale is renowned for its scenery and natural fly-water. It is privately-owned and managed and attracts some very well-known anglers and personalities, such as Lee Westwood, the present World golf Champion.



See the media in Scotland:

Nice media hit in Scotland:

http://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/Article.aspx/2092024

See also the Grampion 6:00pm TV news in Scotland:

Attached photos by Glyn Satterley, Photographer - http://www.glynsatterley.com
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