This time last year I wrote about how the Angling Trust works to promote the benefits of angling to parliamentarians and how important the All Party Parliamentary Group on Angling has been in giving us both a platform and access to supporters in both Houses of Parliament. You can read it again here:
Not a lot to be said at first glance but, well, who's doing the talking - one or both? Get those thinking-caps on, come...
"Burrowing crayfish" could cost a college thousands of pounds after they eroded an Oxford riverbank and caused a wall to partially collapse.
The fearsome alligator gar, a reviled fish that was once driven to extinction, will be the next hero of the marine and fishing industry.
Danny North, Shop Manager at Sportfish, Winforton (Hereford) spends the greater part of his life sharing his knowledge and dispensing good advice to customers. As much as he loves his job, Danny occasionally likes to get away from it all and just recently he took his rods and a bunch of mates to Lac Serriere, south of Limoges, for a crack at the carp.
What's the price of a bottle of water, or a ready meal from the corner shop? One pound? Two ninety-nine? The real cost is probably more than you realise. That's because our addiction to plastic is responsible for one of the worst ecological disasters of the modern age: the build up of plastic in the world's oceans.
The national representative body for angling, the Angling Trust, has this week put its weight behind the legal challenge mounted by Goring Parish Council against South Oxfordshire District Council planners in a judicial review which is seeking to overturn the planning permission recently granted for a hydro-power scheme on Goring Weir.
Furious residents say the ponds and lakes off Rectory Hill are being polluted, with the animals left with devastating injuries. The issue has seen a bright orange gunge appear in the water, which runs into the River Colne. Chris Coase, of Rectory Hill, said his lake has been affected since last March. He said: 'It looks like tomato soup. The colour comes from the amount of iron in the water. But it is what else is in there which is worrying'
t1) How to comply with the law If you buy or sell wild salmon or sea trout in England, it is against the law to: sell,...