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New video urges clubs to create more crucian waters
The Angling Trust
The National Crucian Conservation Project (NCCP) has produced a second video aimed at encouraging angling clubs and fishery owners to create crucian friendly waters in order to protect the species and encourage anglers to take up fishing for this delightful species.
Environment Agency reveals ‘secret seven’ fish
Carl Fallowfield, Cumbria Crack
A 400-million-year-old rare blood-sucking creature once eaten by Vikings and a relic from the Ice Age top the Environment Agency’s ‘secret seven’ list of England’s rarest fish unveiled today.
Endangered eels get river by-passes at St Ives
Critically low levels of eels in the region are given a boost after special passes were installed on the Great Ouse near St Ives.
Good news! Country lane fly tipper is fined £300 by court
A man, Jamie Tanner, has been fined and
ordered to pay costs for
ignoring rules on waste
disposal which led to fly
tipping taking place in the Hailsham area.
Goodbye to a Classic Angler
Just before the start of this year’s river season fishing lost one of it’s great ‘classic’ anglers. Frank Guttfield, author, broadcaster, and an old school specimen hunter, who fought and subdued many a big fish in his time, had finally lost his battle with cancer.
This Week's Angler's Mail
Angler's Mail magazine is loaded with hot must-reads this week – and 100m of quality line on the cover of every print issue!
It was my great friend, Michael Loveridge, between deep, agonized gasps of remote Norfolk air, who paraphrased ‘Bottom’s’ Edward Hitler – ‘That’s what I like about you, Mr H…you’re totally insane!’
New Parliament sets up a 'Voice for Angling'
The Angling Trust
MPs met with Mark Lloyd and Martin Salter of the Angling Trust in the House of Commons this week to re-establish the All Party Parliamentary Group on Angling in the new Parliament which was elected at the General Election on May 7th. The Conservative MP for Broxbourne, Herts, Charles Walker, was elected Chairman for the second time.
Salmon spotted in Yorkshire river after 150 years
Jayalakshmi K, International Business Times
Salmon spotted in a Yorkshire river after nearly 150 years could signal the success of engineering work undertaken to restore the polluted river, according to the UK's Environmental Agency.
Fish stocks boost for the River Rother
The Environment Agency has introduced 8,000 fish to the River Rother in Chesterfield to begin the restoration of the river’s population of grayling.