The first wild salmon of the year has been caught on the Munster Blackwater river in Co Cork.  File photograph: Mark Runnacles/Getty Images

The first wild salmon of the year has been caught on the Munster Blackwater river in Co Cork. Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI) confirmed that the 7lb (...)

Crowds at last year’s Angling Expo at National Show, which this year will run  at the National Show Centre,in Swords, Co Dublin on February 18th-19th.

A new report entitled The Celtic Sea Trout Project (CSTP) addresses significant knowledge gaps as to why sea trout are suffering a decline in parts of(...)

Magnificent Baltic salmon from the Lainio river in Swedish Lapland

Close to 200,000 hours and 31,180 patrols were carried out in 2016 to protect the fisheries resource, it was announced at the launch of the Inland Fis(...)

The chief executive of Inland Fisheries Ireland has described illegal fishing as an “environmental crime of the highest order”

Inland Fisheries Ireland has said it confiscated almost 15km of illegal fishing nets and initiated more than 100 prosecutions last year. The organis(...)

Irish Water says the construction of a new treatment plant, along with other upgrades, will ensure the Vartry scheme meets all drinking water standards

Irish Water’s €200 million planned upgrade of the Vartry reservoir, which supplies more than 200,000 in north Wicklow and south Dublin, will “destroy”(...)

Irish Water said an examination by its own staff and Cork City Council workers has confirmed both the sewer and the pumping station were now fully operational

Irish Water has said there is no risk to public health and no contamination of drinking water supplies in Cork following the discovery of raw sewage s(...)

Howth RNLI chairman Russell Rafter (left) presenting station mechanic Ian Sheridan with 30-year service medal. Photograph: Noel Davidson

Leitrim County Council has awarded Ballinamore in Leitrim a grant of €100,000 as a result of a funding submission to assist in development of an angli(...)

Inland Fisheries Ireland said it was following a direct line of inquiry for the source of a discharge of pollution into the Owentaraglin River (segment pictured above) in  Co Cork. File photograph: Google Street View

More than 1,200 fish have been killed in a suspected slurry spill. Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI) said it was following a direct line of inquiry for (...)

Inland Fisheries staff members Jimmy King, Paul McLoone, Cathal Gallagher, Alan Culla and Dr James Barry.

Ireland’s rivers are too fragmented due to human activity, according to Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI) at the launch of a new European project that ai(...)

Catch the fly fishing at Alphonse Island  with a week at this fabulous resort in the outer islands of the Seychelles, available through Frontiers

For the first time since the foundation of the Irish Federation of Sea Anglers (IFSA) in 1953, Ireland has achieved three gold medals at the Confédéra(...)

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