SCOTLAND'S salmon fishing industry could be damaged by independence, a new survey has claimed.
It says more than half of the anglers polled feared that the break-up of the Union would have an adverse impact on field sports tourism, which is worth some £240 million a year.
Nearly half of those polled said they were "very worried" or "slightly worried" by the prospect. But the Scottish Government dismissed it as unscientific and misinformed.
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