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Fish Care Tips For Anglers During Hot Weather

These just in from the Environment Agency: If you are out fishing during hot weather– we’d like you to remember a few tips about fishing in summer. If you catch a fish you need to handle it with extra care during hot weather.   Larger fish are more susceptible to the effects of low oxygen

17,000 more fish released into Lincolnshire’s River Witham

Environment Agency News Release Another 17,000 fish have been reintroduced into Lincolnshire’s River Witham by Environment Agency teams as part of ongoing efforts to help the river recover from last year’s devastating pollution. It brings the grand total of fish restocked into the river to 91,000 so far, plus around 1.5 million larvae. The restocking will help

Hastings fisherman pleads guilty to obstructing fisheries officer

Sussex IFCA News Release A Hastings fisherman has been given a one year conditional discharge and was ordered to pay £750 in costs by Hastings Magistrates Court, for the offence of obstructing a fisheries officer from the Sussex Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority. Simon J. Coglan, aged 47, of 4a Sturdy Place, Hastings pleaded guilty

Steve Burke Has Retired From Wingham

Without Steve Burke, there would be no Anglers' Net. Steve was the inspiration to launch this website in 1999, the source of many articles, the go-to man for contacts and, basically, my inspiration. Wingham was, and still is, our Mecca; the place where we often come together and turn virtual friendships into real-life ones. It's

Local management of Scottish Crown Estate moves a step closer

Local organisations seeking to manage land and seabed have now stepped into the final stages of a scheme designed to give communities more say on what happens in their area. The proposals – in Shetland, Orkney, Western Isles and the Forth Salmon Fishery District – will see applicants take responsibility for more decisions relating to