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Environment Agency and Angling Trust test new powers for volunteer bailiffs

The Environment Agency and Angling Trust are running a pilot project, funded by the fishing licence, testing the benefits of giving members of Voluntary Bailiff Service powers to make fishing licence and byelaw checks. If successful, the initiative’s expansion would allow Environment Agency fisheries officers to focus on investigations into other types of fisheries crime.

Ever fancied a natural fuel stove?

There are so many different stoves out there but one that stands out for us is the Kelly Kettle, they are made in Britain and are made to very high quality standards.  You may have seen these superb natural fuel kettles being used by the likes of Chris Yates on a Passion for Angling. Something

Near 50lber for Solar Tackle tester

Solar Tackle fieldtester Peter Zyla has kicked off his spring season in style with this awesome 46lb 9oz common. Peter explains: “Outside the lovely, spring sunshine is shining, but this early in the season the water temperatures are still low. My target water is a shallow pit and so the weather affects the carp very

Catch report from Solar Tackle

Targeting a pre-baited plateau for a day-only trip, Solar Tackle team member Thomas Mascha has landed this 40lb 10oz mirror. Having baited a clear, gravel plateau, which is 2m deep on top, at 120m from the bank with a mixture of particles and Candy Floss boilies soaked in Candy Floss Mega Big Shot Liquid, Thomas

This weeks issue of Anglers Mail

GET set for Easter with this week’s print copy of Angler’s Mail magazine. It comes with your final voucher for the FREE rod licence voucher. Use it over the Easter period – and just beyond! If you’ve bought an annual rod licence you will want to read the Mail’s exclusive story about what’s been happening