Scottish Anglers Snubbed

Sea Anglers' Conservation Network (Scotland) Despite recent assurances from the Scottish Executive that Scotland's Recreational Sea Anglers are regarded as important stakeholders in the management of the nations' marine resources, and personal assurances to SACN by Ross Finnie that "there is no reason why we shouldn't be included" in the new Advisory Group on Marine

Roy Randolph is Honored as Ray Scott the Icon Joins FishingPixels.Com

News From The USA Ray Scott Founder of B.A.S.S. knows talent when he sees it as well as the advantage of pixel advertisement, Ray Scott signs on with fishing bringing a paraplegic angler 2,400 pixels closer to his dream. Royal Oak, MI (PRWEB) March 4, 2006 -- Ray Scott Founder of B.A.S.S. knows talent

It’s Snow Joke at Llyn Y Gors

Brian Wilkinson managed to get the shot that all Winter carp anglers must dream of; a nice looking fish in the snow. Strong winds, a half frozen lake and diving temperatures were not enough to put Brian off a session to Llyn Y Gors last week. An overnighter ensued and before Brian managed to switch


Connoisseur backs Environment Agency campaign with boating breaks Top fishing destinations the Norfolk Broads, Scotland and Ireland look set for a boost as the Environment Agency begins a campaign to get more people angling. The UK's leading inland waterways holiday provider, Connoisseur, which provides luxury self-drive cruisers on canals, lochs and rivers says many customers


Keen fishermen and anglers know how annoying the damaging effects of sunlight, water and silt can be on their tackle. Rust, unwanted grime, sticks and squeaks are all part and parcel of the fishing experience. However, with a little forethought and a quick wipe of WD-40 you can add years to the life of your