Browns Angling Ladies Carp Team England take Bronze at Women’s World Cup

A nail biting and exciting finish saw England’s lionesses secure a bronze medal at the inaugural ladies World Carp Cup held at Villeneuve de la Rhao, Perpignan, France last weekend. Home nation France took the honours with a magnificent display that secured them two section wins and a second. Their unbeatable four points could not

Angling Trust volunteers land dream jobs with the Environment Agency and police

One of the main reasons people become volunteers is to make a difference – for a group of Angling Trust volunteers it has also made a difference to their lives, too. The experience gained by five members of our Voluntary Bailiff Service has helped them to land dream jobs with the Environment Agency and the

Fish Legal wins High Court challenge over Kendal sewage outfall

The High Court has ruled that a decision by Cumbria County Council to allow United Utilities to continue using a temporary sewage outfall at Kendal Wastewater Treatment Works for another 12 months was unlawful. In a judgement handed down last Friday, the council was found not to have properly considered the environmental impact of the

River groups call for water restrictions now as drought conditions threaten Southern chalk streams

Following three consecutive dry years across much of Britain, river levels and groundwater supplies are now in such a depleted state in the water-stressed South East that wildlife organisations and river groups have published a call for the Government and Water Companies to introduce hosepipe bans and other water restrictions immediately to avert fish kills

Gasson nets lucky qualifying spot at Monk Lakes Fish ‘O’ Mania

Wet and windy conditions greeted the 95 anglers at this latest Fish ‘O’ Mania qualifier held at Monk Lakes, Kent  on Saturday 8th June, with conditions on the day making fishing difficult for everyone taking part. Drennan Bordon angler Luke Gasson, a Landscape Gardener from Surrey turned up early on the day to buy one