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Scottish Fisheries Co-ordination Centre (SFCC)

The SFCC was established in 1997 as an association of Fisheries Trusts, Scottish Government, SEPA, SNH and others interested in evidence based management of freshwater fish and fisheries in Scotland. 

In 2017 SFCC became a committee of Fisheries Management Scotland, while maintaining a distinct membership and funding stream.


SFCC Aims:

1.      Develop sampling protocols

2.      Co-ordinate data storage

3.      Facilitate data sharing

4.      Provide training courses

5.      Promote discussion of evidence based fisheries management

6.      Facilitate cross-Scotland projects


Record turnout at annual meeting of Scotland’s freshwater fisheries biologists

9 Feb 2021

While the amber warnings for snow were in force and the first salmon of the year began running up against the grue in Scotland’s rivers, many of those working to conserve them gathered to share updates from a challenging year and to look forward to the year ahead.
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SFCC Biologists' Meeting (2021)

18 Jan 2021

February 3rd and 4th 2021 (Online Event)
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Vacancy - Beauly District Salmon Fishery Board

20 Oct 2020

Fisheries Officer/Bailiff Beauly District Fishery Board
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4 Dec 2019

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