Mahseer Conference Attracts Big Name Anglers

Anglers have a unique opportunity to meet Jeremy Wade, John Bailey and the pioneering anglers who “rediscovered” mahseer fishing in the 1970s at an...

On the Water with the Angling Trust (Part One)

What passes now for a ‘Close Season’ is upon us and like most coarse anglers my rods have been put away for a few...

New venue – New PB! ‘A Short Piking Session’ by Andy Loble.

  There are so many aspects of fishing that excite me and get the adrenaline running.  One of these is visiting a new water, especially...

Rod Sturdy: So far, so good.

…but not quite good enough…this would be my assessment of the recent performance of the Angling Trust and Fish Legal. One of the important battles...
Beavers are back

Beavers could be reintroduced to Wales after centuries’ absence

Wildlife experts are submitting a licence application to release 10 beavers in the south of the country and hope the reintroduction could begin this...

Farmer ordered to pay £36k compensation to Grantham Angling Association after river pollution killed...

Fish Legal has secured a £36,000 settlement for a member club, Grantham Angling Association (GAA), from a farmer responsible for polluting the River Witham...

Review: the Columbia Henry’s Fork V Fly Vest

I have worn this superb vest many times since its receipt some months ago and I'm impressed! Skip the details for a moment: this fly vest in 100% polyester is tough but astonishingly light; I barely knew I was wearing it.

Fishing MPs

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:

August 2016 Caption Competition sponsored by Laguna Fishing Products

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 give college a headache after riverbank wall collapses

"Burrowing crayfish" could cost a college thousands of pounds after they eroded an Oxford riverbank and caused a wall to partially collapse.
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