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Date change for Wessex Water Challenge fishing and running fundraiser

Fishing for Schools founder and director Charles Jardine has changed the date of his fundraising Wessex Water Challenge to 7 and 8 April because of weather concerns. Charles, of Charlton All Saints near Salisbury will fish for trout at three Wessex Water fisheries, running the 60 miles between venues, all in 24 hours, in aid

Angling Trust National Teams and Competition Group announces the International Sea Angling Teams for 2018

The National Teams and Competition Group of the Angling Trust are delighted to announce the International teams for 2018. The squads selected are; Men’s Shore squad – Ian Bowell, Andrew Dugdale, George Smith, Kenny McCoy, Neil Cutler, Ben Arnold, Richard Yates, Saul Page, Richard Yates, Gareth Griffiths, Darren Newland, Ian Dancey, Julian Shambrook, Bill Lindfield,

Fancy Bidding On This Suffolk Fishery?

News From Cheffins Cheffins’ first property auction of this year will see 25 lots auctioned on Wednesday 14th March at the firm’s salerooms in Cambridge. The sale will include a series of mixed-use lots, development opportunities and unusual investment options amongst residential and commercial property. One of the lots set to generate the most interest is

Big Carp Magazine – Issue 260

Rob Maylin gives us a look at what's inside this latest issue of Big Carp magazine Monsters and Myths Have I got a banger of an issue for you this month! If your passion is big, black warriors, waters that rarely get spoken about let alone written about, beautiful long scaly beasts or a bit

First Prosecution For Body Worn Cameras

ENVIRONMENT AGENCY NEWS RELEASE Body worn camera footage captured by Environment Agency officers on patrol has been used to support a conviction for the first time. Callum Bell, 26, of Lyndsey Street in Houghton-Le-Spring, was fined for obstructing Fisheries Enforcement officers during an incident at Ouston near Chester-le-Street in June last year. The footage shows