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IGFA Hot News

HOT News from the IGFA  January 2006  By Pete Johnson, Johnson Communications – IGFA PR counsel Fishing's most valued reference book, the IGFA World Record Game Fishes annual is now available It's the mainstay reference book described by serious fishermen and fishing writers alike as “the most comprehensive piece of fishing information available anywhere.”     The

Crick Boat Show 2006

CRICK BOAT SHOW 2006: THE UK'S PREMIER INLAND WATERWAYS SHOW VENUE: Crick Marina, Northamptonshire (near Rugby) DATES: 27 – 29 May 2006 (Bank Holiday weekend) The dates and theme for this year's Crick Boat Show have been confirmed! The show will once again take place at the magnificent Crick Marina in Northamptonshire, from Saturday 27

Disabled-Angler.co.uk Charity Championship

Following our successful Three Shires events in 2005, which raised £700 for Francis House (Children's Hospice), the gang at disabled-angler.co.uk are pleased to announce their 2006 Charities events Programme: Following our successful Three Shires events in 2005, which raised £700 for Francis House (Children's Hospice), the gang at disabled-angler.co.uk are pleased to announce their 2006

JUNGLE HOOKS: India

JUNGLE HOOKS: India UK Premiere Friday 24th February, 10.00pm Victorian ex-pats in the service of the British Empire told of supercharged monster fish in the Himalayas – tackle-busting giants that put even the largest salmon to shame. Equipped with 21st Century tackle and no small amount of scepticism, angling adventurer Jeremy Wade sets out to

Don’t get in a fix in 2006!

The Environment Agency today reminded anglers to buy a licence before heading out to try their luck with fishing. The reminder comes after almost £600,000 was paid in fines and costs by more than 4600 illegal anglers during 2005 for fishing without a rod licence. On average, these illegal fishing trips cost anglers £128 each