Angling Trust and Fish Legal intervene to save Kennet from further habitat damage

Angling Trust News Release This week saw a high level meeting called with the Canal and Rivers Trust (CRT) following a formal complaint from the Angling Trust and Fish Legal regarding habitat destruction on the River Kennet and Kennet & Avon Canal between Reading and Newbury. Angling Trust and Fish Legal member clubs, including Newbury

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

New proposed measures announced ahead of salmon consultation

ENVIRONMENT AGENCY NEWS RELEASE The Environment Agency is proposing new measures to protect salmon stocks across England and in the Border Esk, which are currently among the lowest on record. The 2015 national salmon stock assessment indicated that salmon stocks in many rivers across England had failed to meet their minimum safe levels. The 2016

The 2018 Product Release from Bait-Tech

The 2018 Product Release from Bait-Tech is here! It is a list of baits that perfectly fits into the Suffolk-based, family-run manufacturer's extensive portfolio. With one of the largest bait ranges on the market, there is something for every coarse angler to smile about. Adding to the exceptionally popular The Juice Range is a fabulous

Swanley pupils achieve AIM award with Fishing 4 Schools

Three pupils from Broomhill Bank School North, in Swanley, Kent are the first in the country to work with the Fishing for Schools (F4S) programme to gain the Ofqual regulated level one Aim Award in angling skills. The youngsters – Neo Goncalves Whiffen, 15, and thirteen-year-olds Harrison Mulholland and Jon Jon Perry – are autistic, which