What could you catch in the River Stour?
Since 2011 Salmon have been returning to the River Stour to spawn thanks to improvements in water quality and the creation of gravel spawning beds by the Environment Agency.
Often found in the deeper, stiller waters of the river.
Easy to identify from its deep, thin and flat body.
These muscular fish can power-swim through fast flowing water.
Two pairs of sensory 'barbules' around the mouth help the fish to find food amongst stones on the river bed.
A deadly predator, who hangs out in still water waiting for its next meal to swim by.
An adult pike will eat other fish, insects and even water birds.
Knicknamed 'stripy' these predatory fish are easy to identify from their stripes and orange fins.
They have expandable jaws and can swallow another fish almost half their size!
These tiny fish grow to around 5cm long and are often seen together in large shoals.
They need their large eyes to keep watch for herons and kingfishers who enjoy a tasty minnow!
Adult eels can live for up to 40 years in rivers before swimming to the Sargasso Sea, in the Atlantic Ocean, to spawn.
Unlike other fish, they can move between rivers and ponds by slithering across wet grass.