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FISHING REPORT: 4 AUGUST 2022

4th August 2022

Despite the difficult river conditions this season, when the occasional freshet happened fish responded. July has been an exceptional month for fish activity, the counter at Riding Mill recorded 11,845 upstream counts for the month, which is the highest recorded count since the installation of the counter. 16,662 fish have been recorded for the year […]

FISHING REPORT: 27 JULY 2022

27th July 2022

The Riding Mill fish counter recorded 10,501 upstream counts for July to the 27th. This is only some 440 fish short of the record since counts began. With spring tides for the rest of the month, a record July count is possible. The count for the year to date is now 14,970, which is remarkable […]

EXPERTISE USED TO TRAIN OTHER RIVERS TRUSTS

26th July 2022

We’ve been chosen to train other Rivers Trusts to carry out farm surveys known as, Pinpoint, that advise farmers and landowners on the best ways to reduce run-off from their land. The Trusts from across the country have spent four days visiting farms in the Tyne catchment to learn about the practical ways that farms […]

FISHING REPORT: 21 JULY 2022

21st July 2022

The heat wave has driven river temperatures to worrying heights. Please make fish welfare the priority if you go fishing in rivers and small still waters, follow the Environment Agency guidelines. The river mean temperature at Bywell on 19/07 22 was 22.04C, the highest temperature was 23.37C at 20.00 hours.   Following the 10cumec Kielder release […]

WE’RE HIRING: TYNE MINING LEGACY PROJECT MANAGER

13th July 2022

Full time role – job share considered Working Arrangements: Flexible office/home based We are looking to recruit an experienced Project Manager. Working with the Coal Authority through the DEFRA-funded Water and Abandoned Metal Mines (WAMM) programme, you will work closely with a diverse array of partners and stakeholders to deliver a programme of innovative works […]

OUR VOLUNTEERS HEAD TOWARDS A RECORD BREAKING YEAR

7th July 2022

Our volunteers have dedicated a HUGE 1999 volunteer hours already this year,  compared to 1334 in 2019, meaning we’re on track for a record year of volunteering! Since February, they have worked hard to Restore 40m2 of wetland by the River Derwent at Shotley Grove Remove 1500 tree guards from tree planting sites, now that the […]

FISHING REPORT: 6 JULY 2022

6th July 2022

The South Tyne has had some extra water which did not lift the Tyne much at all, however fish responded to the freshets with around 1,000 upstream counts in two days. The count for July up to 9.00 on the 6 th  of July was 1,999. This was a good response to changes in flow and […]

MY PLACEMENT AT THE TRUST: PART 2

I am now coming towards the end of my time with Tyne Rivers Trust and I’ve learned a lot during my placement that should really help with my future career. Since the last piece I wrote, I’ve been working further on the Native North Tyne Project, including helping erect some signage to promote better biosecurity […]

 

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