Richard Davies -
Richard is passionate about wild fish and wild places. He spent eleven years working as a bailiff and ghillie in the Hebrides as a student and young man before embarking on a business career. He has a degree in Rural Resource Management, specialising in salmonid and salmonid habitat management. He enjoys writing, natural history & film making, and lives in Crowlista, Uig, with work including "Atlantic Salmon - A Life on The Edge". He is familiar with most mixed fisheries int he Hebrides and many in the North of Scotland, and still catches the odd fish from time to time.
Innes Morrison - Representing North Harris
Innes has worked on North Harris Estate from a young age, employed in many different roles under several different owners. He has now held the position of Estate Manager for Amhuinnsuidhe Castle Estate for a number of years. This has allowed him the opportunity to fulfil his passion in fishing and field sports, and to manage the seven loch systems and create a very successful fishery.
Innes likes to spend his spare time out on the hills and lochs with rod and gun, and to follow the football and attend other organisations in the local community. However, his growing family puts pressure on his time and these interests don't get as much of a look in as they once did.
Charlie Nicolson - Representing Comhairle nan Eilean Siar.
Charlie completed his education at Aberdeen College and previously at Knock Primary school and the Nicolson Institute. Charlie is currently the councillor for the Stornoway South area and represents CnES on both the police and fire boards. Charlie is involved in a variety of roles with Stornoway Amenity Trust, Lewis Blythswood, Stornoway High Church, Lewis & Harris Football Association and the Bayhead Youth Group. Charlie’s main hobbies are freshwater fishing, table tennis and music.
Iain Maciver - Representing Stornoway Trust Estate
Factor for the Stornoway Trust Estate since 1993, past Chairman of the East Lewis Board, founder member of the Western Isles Fisheries Trust and Western Isles District Salmon Fishery Board. Past President of the Scottish Crofters Union and still actively involved in crofting and community development work. Iain is also on our Management Committee
Mark Macdonald - Representing SNH
Mark was born and has lived most of his life on Lewis. he lives on a croft in Point with his wife and children, Mark has worked for Scottish Natural Heritage in Stornoway for seventeen years, while spare time is taken up with family, crofting and, if there is time, fishing. Mark is also on our Management Committee.
Dickon Green - Representing Lewis
Dickon manages Uig Lodge Fishery and the Uig Lodge Smokery. Dickon and his wife Elly moved up to the island to live here permanently during 2011.
Dickon is also the new District Salmon Fisheries Board Chariman.
Fergus Granville - Representing North Uist
Oliver Foote - Representing North Uist
Oliver Foote is a self- employed dental technician based on the island of North Uist. Originally from London, he relocated to the Outer Hebrides over a decade ago so that he could be closer to the fishing waters that he knew as a visiting angler. Oliver is a committee member of the North Uist Angling Club, a qualied fishing guide and water bailiff. Oliver resides in Grimsay with his wife Catherine, and enjoys fly tying, gardening, wildlife and cooking.
Anne Marie Maciver - Representing Aquaculture
Employed by Scottish Salmon Company, Anne Marie has stepped in as the replacement representative from Iain MacDonald.