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Major blitz against illegal angling in bid to protect fish stocks
POLICE in North Yorkshire have joined a new initiative cracking down on illegal fishing and fish theft.
Anglers Mail Tuesday 25th May 2016
ANGLER’S MAIL magazine is back with the Spring Bank Holiday Issue.
Fishing on the River Wye - Whitney Court.
Here's a rather nice video that shows us the full extent of the Whitney Court fishery between Winforton and Hay.
'Zen 2' and the Art of Bass Fishing in Cornwall
'13' is the magic number if you fish for bass in the UK. Once the sea temperature hits 13 degrees everything just seems to come to life . We have just clipped the magic 13 in the West Country. Thats it: its game on from now until Christmas!!
Riverfly Census raises concerns over pollution in River Wensum.
Chris Hill, Eastern Daily Press
New concerns have been raised over the health of the River Wensum after it was ranked bottom of a national survey of invertebrate life along protected watercourses.
The 2015 Riverfly Census, commissioned by fisheries charity Salmon and Trout Conservation UK (STCUK), surveyed 120 sites at seven rain-fed rivers and five chalk streams across the country.
Catch a Crucian Month June 2016
The Angling Trust
Great prizes to be won in brand new photo competition
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'Duffers' Fortnight' is almost upon us - that magical
Anglers Mail 10th May 2016
HE’s sadly gone, but he’s not forgotten - read the Jan Porter Special in this week’s Angler’s Mail magazine. He’s pictured on the Angler’s Mail cover and inside you’ll find top tips from Jan Porter and insight into the great man, plus anglers own tributes.
Angling Trust Welcomes New Plan to Save Salmon
The Angling Trust
The Angling Trust has welcomed the commitment from the Environment Agency (EA) to deliver an ambitious 5-Point Approach to halt the dramatic decline of salmon stocks in England.
How the A50 inferno almost became a pollution disaster
A Walsh, Derby Telegraph
A MAJOR crash on the A50 could have resulted in a serious pollution incident if the tanker containing human sewage had ruptured, says an environment officer.