New Suzuki DF115BG & DF140BG outboards are the first in class to offer drive-by-wire

Suzuki is recognised worldwide for making advanced technology and innovative features available to boaters of all types — not just those who run the largest, highest-horsepower outboards. This tradition continues with the unveiling of Suzuki’s new DF115BG and DF140BG four stroke outboards, the first in their class to offer all the advantages of drive-by-wire technology. By bringing

Defra backs down over ‘absurd and illogical’ Charter Boat ban

Following a campaign by the Angling Trust and the Professional Boatman’s Association (PBA), which attracted support from diving groups including the British Sub Aqua Club (BSAC), the government have decided to withdraw guidance issued on June 11th which specifically prohibited skippered charter boats in England from operating under the COVID-19 regulations. The decision is effective

Angling Trust thanks volunteers with Excellence Awards to mark National Volunteers’ Week

The Angling Trust is marking this year’s National Volunteers’ Week (June 1-7) by acknowledging the fantastic contribution to our work made by volunteers. This year, 18 volunteers have been nominated to receive Volunteering Excellence Awards in recognition of their continued commitment. The volunteers, members of the Angling Trust’s Voluntary Bailiff Service (VBS) and Building Bridges

Ultimate boating with Suzuki

The Suzuki heritage is all about innovation, they are passionate about developing the ultimate outboards, with market-leading performance to power their customers’ boating adventures. Working with a trusted network of dealers and boat builders up and down the country to provide leading Suzuki-powered packages across a variety of applications, including RIBs, sports boats, tenders, fishing

Environment Agency and Angling Trust welcome lifting of restrictions on recreational fishing

DEFRA NEWS RELEASE Restrictions on angling in England are eased from today (Wednesday 13th May) following updated government guidance on outdoor activities. The news has been welcomed by both the Environment Agency and Angling Trust. The Trust recently put forward its ‘When We Fish Again’ report to the government, encouraging a phased return to the sport and