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MP joins Angling Trust call for parents to take their children fishing this summer

With the cricket and football World Cups now over and the school summer holidays coming up, many parents will be wondering how to keep their youngsters occupied over the long six week break. The message from the Angling Trust is simple: "take your children fishing". To highlight all that fishing has to offer to young

Angling Trust are seeking talented anglers to join the England Anglers with Disabilities Coarse Angling Team

The England Management of the Angling Trust John Weeden will be holding an International Assessment day for Anglers with Disabilities on the River Soar, Soar Lane, Sutton Bonington, Loughborough. LE12 5PH on Wednesday 18th September 2019. This year the England Anglers with Disabilities Angling Team did fantastic to win silver on the Scolmatore Channel near

England Take Bronze In the 2019 Rivers International, River Agivey

The ATTEFF rivers team consisting of Del Spry (Captain), Cameron Craigs, Mark Lynch, Simon Clarke, Paul Fairhurst and Carl Nixon (Manager/Reserve) headed out to the River Agivey in Ireland to compete in the recent Home International, 1st-5th July. England had several new caps in its team of six and beating the home team, and the

England Strike Triple Gold Glory in the SALC Home Nations Shore Championships

England’s Home Nations Shore teams, Men’s, Youth and Juniors, fished the surf less but usually very surfy beaches of Rossbeigh and Inch in the wonderfully beautiful county of Kerry in Ireland from 3rd – 6th July 2019. The fishing was not as expected due to the exceptionally and pretty unheard of calm conditions, meaning the

Angling Trust Secures Reassurance From RSPCA Over Anti-Angling Claims

Following a number of reports in the national press that changes to the governance structure of the RSPCA could see the animal welfare charity fall under the influence of a ‘hardline anti angling faction’, the Angling Trust has secured a clear commitment from the charity that the rumours are ‘totally baseless’ and that the charity