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First salmon of 2019 is caught in Donegal

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first_img WhatsApp Facebook By News Highland – January 2, 2019 Inland Fisheries Ireland is also inviting the public to help protect and conserve the fisheries resource during the year by reporting incidents to its confidential hotline number 1890 34 74 24 or 1890 FISH 24. The phone line is designed to encourage the reporting of incidents of illegal fishing, water pollution and invasive species.Anglers looking for fishing information in Ireland during 2019 should visit www.fishinginireland.info for all the latest angling news and reports. For more information about Inland Fisheries Ireland, visit www.fisheriesireland.ie. Pinterest Google+ Previous articleMac Lochlainn backs investment calls as 26 people await beds at LUHNext articleNew car registrations in Donegal for 2018 down over 11% News Highland Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Pinterest Facebook Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA First salmon of 2019 is caught in Donegal RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR It’s emerged that the first salmon of 2019 was caught in Donegal.Inland Fisheries Ireland have confirmed that Derry angler Michael McCann from Templeard Derry landed the salmon in the Garden Pool on the Lackagh River at 9.25 yesterday morning.The salmon, which weighed approximately five pounds and was caught on a single barbless hook before being released into the water, was also the first salmon caught and released during International Year of the Salmon which takes place in 2019.Michael McCann was one of 22 anglers who were fishing on the Lackagh River at the time of the catch. The river runs between Glen Lough and Sheephaven Bay.Dr Ciaran Byrne, CEO of Inland Fisheries Ireland, has congratulated Michael McCann, on his catch which is highly coveted by anglers across the country. He added the body is delighted that the first salmon of 2019 was caught and released in a sustainable manner in Donegal in compliance with the 2019 regulations.__________________________________IFI statement in full – Wednesday, 2nd January 2019: The first salmon of 2019 has been caught and released on the Lackagh River in Co. Donegal according to Inland Fisheries Ireland. Michael McCann of Templeard, Derry landed the first salmon in the Garden Pool on the Lackagh River at 9.25am yesterday, Tuesday 1st of January. The salmon, which weighed approximately five pounds and was caught on a single barbless hook before being released into the water, was also the first salmon caught and released during International Year of the Salmon which takes place in 2019.Michael McCann was one of 22 anglers who were fishing on the Lackagh River at the time of the catch. The river is not known for producing the first salmon of the angling season – in 2018, the first salmon was recorded on the River Drowes in Leitrim on the 30th of January while in 2017 it was caught on the Munster Blackwater, Cork on the 1st of February.Dr Ciaran Byrne, CEO of Inland Fisheries Ireland said: “I would like to congratulate Michael McCann, on his catch which is highly coveted by anglers across the country. We are particularly delighted that the first salmon of 2019 was caught and released in a sustainable manner in Donegal in compliance with the 2019 regulations. I would urge anglers to step up their conservation efforts and engage in catch & release angling in 2019. The New Year coincides with International Year of the Salmon which aims to raise awareness of some of the challenges facing salmon stocks across the Northern hemisphere.  Salmon populations have plummeted in recent years with the number of salmon returning to Irish shores decreasing by over 70 per cent, which is very concerning. We look forward to promoting this global initiative in Ireland which aims to bring people together to share knowledge, raise awareness and take action on how we can ensure the resilience of salmon in Ireland and across the Northern hemisphere.”International Year of the Salmon is a joint world-wide initiative of the North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organisation (NASCO) and the North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission (NPAFC) alongside other partners across the globe, creating an international framework for collaborative outreach and research. It is hoped that this initiative will raise awareness of what humans can do to ensure salmon and their habitats are conserved and restored against a backdrop of several environmental factors which have contributed to their decline.The Lackagh River is open to catch and release fishing during the 2019 season. The regulations for the management of the wild salmon and sea trout fishery for 2019 including the list of open, catch and release and closed rivers can be found at: https://www.fisheriesireland.ie/Salmon-Regulations/salmon-regulations.html#tab2. Twitter WhatsApp Google+ AudioHomepage BannerNews Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Twitter Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further Community Enhancement Programme open for applications last_img read more

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SG Gaming partners with Paddy Power

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first_img Paddy Power raises awareness of Missing People with Motherwell ‘silhouette’ stand August 7, 2020 Related Articles Submit Share Share StumbleUpon Flutter moves to refine merger benefits against 2020 trading realities August 27, 2020 SG OpenMarket approval sees SportCaller expand FTP distribution capacity August 18, 2020 Scientific Games Corporation has announced that the Company’s UK division, SG Gaming, has rolled out its , new Equinox 2.4 terminals across Paddy Power in a 30 shop trial. The Equinox 2.4 features three 24” HD screens with silver bezel design, an immersive sound system and integrated barcode reader for scanning free bet rewards directly from a smartphone. The terminal also offers ‘Privacy Mode’ – a unique industry innovation which provides discreet gameplay on the fully interactive 15.6” V-Deck+ button panel.Phil Horne, Chief Executive Officer of SG Gaming UK, commented; “We are thrilled that Paddy Power is trialing our complete server-based gaming solution along with our industry leading gaming content. The superb breadth of specially developed content for the Equinox terminals will help Paddy Power elevate its omni-channel offering for its customers and introduce them to our innovative and unique privacy enabled content. “We are excited to be working closely alongside the team at Paddy Power as we demonstrate our aptitude as a business through our analytics and superior platform capabilities, helping them to maximise revenue potential through our complete gaming solution.”David Newton, Managing Director of Retail, UK & Ireland at Paddy Power added: “We are pleased to be trialing with SG Gaming across 30 of our shops. The Equinox is an exciting new gaming machine and offers a range of innovative new features such as the new ‘Privacy Mode’. This will provide our customers with an exciting new proposition, and we look forward to seeing how these machines perform in our 30 trial shops.”The Paddy Power partnership follows on from SG Gaming recently announcing that it would also install its new Equinox range across 100 Ladbrokes and Coral stores nationwide, with the parties having worked together for the previous 12 months in preparation.last_img read more

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