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Dry weather advice for fisheries to help protect fish

08 June 2020

Prolonged dry weather can have a detrimental effect on both River and Stillwater Fisheries. When we get a long period without normal levels or rainfall a decrease in water levels can often lead to low dissolved oxygen levels which can put fish at risk, especially during warm weather and where there is a lot of weed growth. Understanding how fish are affected by this is key to running a fishery so we have worked with both the Institute of Fisheries Management and the Environment Agency to put together this short guide.

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