Keeping the Dee safe from disease is vital for the well being of the river and its fish populations and other wildlife

Biosecurity measures are a vital tool in keeping our rivers, not just the Dee, safe from disease. We would like to draw anglers', canoeists' and  other river users attention to our Keeping Disease Out Bulletin

Please take a couple of minutes to read and then share with your friends.

Final Conservation Code For 2018

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"All anglers are requested to read and act upon the biosecurity measures in place for each beat to prevent the introduction of Gyrodactylus salaris and other diseases to the Dee. This will involve the disinfection of waders and landing nets prior to fishing. All beats have the appropriate facilities on site but it may be necessary to check whether you will be required to disinfect the equipment prior to arrival or at one of the disinfecting stations listed on"

Dee Conservation Code 2016