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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 […]

FISHING REPORT 30th JUNE 2022

23rd June 2022

The fish counter at Riding Mill recorded 3,506 upstream counts up to the 29th  June, this is likely to rise to 3,700 by the end of the month. The total count for the year to date is around 4,300, which is a significant improvement.  Kielder is releasing 7 cumecs from 13.30 today (30th June ) reducing to […]

ENTER OUR PHOTO COMPETITION

16th June 2022

We need you to help us celebrate the beauty of the Tyne rivers in our annual, Iconic Tyne, photo competition by entering your best images of the Tyne rivers and wildlife. We will pick our favourite 12 to appear in our 2023 charity calendar. How to enter Make sure that the original photo is a […]

FISHING REPORT: 16TH JUNE 2022

9th June 2022

Migratory fish counts at Riding Mill have improved recently, the count for the year to date on the 7th June was 1,097. May recorded a minimum count of 537 the majority occurring towards the end of the month. The early days of June counted 305 upstream counts, of which 95 were recorded on the 1st […]

LOCATIONS ANNOUNCED FOR FREE RIVERSIDE CONCERTS

26th May 2022

Tyne Rivers Trust has announced the details of a series of riverside concerts from local choir, North Tyne Voices. The river-inspired performances take place at three locations along the course of the North Tyne River as part of the environmental charity’s, Native North Tyne project. The short performances by the Humshaugh based choir will take […]

FISHING REPORT – KIELDER RELEASE ON 20 MAY

11th May 2022

NWL are planning to commence work on Eel Passage solutions at Riding Mill on 16th May, it is planned the works will be completed in four days. To facilitate the works the radial gates will be raised to allow safe channel access downstream . The fish pass will be operated  to allow passage for fish […]

FISHING REPORT: W/C 2 MAY 2022

5th May 2022

Riding Mill fish counter has recorded 227 upstream counts to the 26th April with 40 counted on the 24th.  Despite relatively low flow the water temperature has encouraged fish to access the river. Salmon catches have mainly been in the Tyne from Wylam to Hexham, with one report of a salmon above Hexham. The numbers […]

 

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