Scottish salmon and sea trout fishery statistics 2022
Summary of the salmon and sea trout fishery catch statistics updated for the 2022 season.
An Official Statistics Publication for Scotland
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For enquiries about this publication please contact:Salmon and Freshwater Fisheries: Data group
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How to access source data
The data collected for this publication are available as:
- Salmon statistical fishery district catch (number and weight) and net effort, by method and month, from 1952 to 2022 (.csv)
- Assessment area (as used in the Conservation of Salmon Regulations) rod catch (number), by month, from 2011 to 2022 (.csv)
- Annual return of forms, all Scotland, from 1997 to 2022 (.csv)
- Customisable visualisation of the detailed, District-level, data
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