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River Ythan, Aberdeenshire

Fish migration improvements
Fish migration improvements
Habitat surveys
Habitat surveys
Invasive non-native (INN) plant survey
Invasive non-native (INN) plant survey
Controlling Giant hogweed, Japanese knotweed and Himalayan Balsam
Controlling Giant hogweed, Japanese knotweed and Himalayan Balsam
Fish population surveys
Fish population surveys

River projects

Removing obstacles, improving fish migration, monitoring and controlling invasive species, Giant Hogweed, Japanese Knotweed, Himalayan Balsam, running fish population surveys and more…

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About the river


Wildlife in and around the river, the catchment area, history, water levels and explore the river with Google Streetview..

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Ythan District Salmon Fishery Board & River Ythan Trust


Find out about the organisations who manage the River, our role, how we are organised, our members, who we work with and how to get involved …

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Where to fish, beats, where to get your permit, what to measure and the latest conservation code…

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Board & Trust meetings


Upcoming meetings and archive of minutes from all recent Board and  Trust meetings…

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River projects


Work to improve the river, removing invasive species, fish migration improvements and surveys…

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Statistics and project reports produced by the Trust and Board including annual reports, catches and wildlife counts…

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Upcoming meetings





Ythan District Salmon Fishery Board

Public Meeting

Thursday 27th January 2022



The Ythan District Salmon Fishery Board is a member of Fisheries Management Scotland.

The River Ythan Trust is a registered charity
Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) number SCO 41269


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