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Daily Archives: March 29, 2020

River Ely survey ‘could tackle wider pollution issues’

Image copyright Steve Duffy Image caption The river flows 24 miles and widens when it reaches Cardiff A project to identify and tackle sources of pollution on the River Ely could set a precedent for restoring other water courses across Wales, it has been claimed. A “massive survey” of the river found hundreds of fly-tipping hotspots and previously unknown sewage …

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Angling Notes: Ellis and Callaghan claim the honours at Lough Melvin

The picturesque village of Garrison in Fermanagh, Northern Ireland came alive last weekend as hundreds of anglers from across Ireland and abroad gathered to participate in and celebrate the 40th Lough Melvin four-day trout championships. Melvin is unique in many respects. Apart from its eight miles of water which straddle three counties, i.e. Fermanagh, Donegal and Leitrim, the lough is …

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