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Not Fracking Fit

In his latest blog Martin Salter argues that until suitable regulatory mechanisms are in place we are just not ‘Fit to Frack’ ... Full story

River Close Season – Is it time for a rethink?

Martin Salter opens what is likely to be the biggest debate in angling, yes it has been debated many times before, but now it’s getting serious... ... Full story

Dredging the Thames ‘Would Make Flooding Worse’

The Blueprint for Water coalition tells MPs that dredging is NOT the ‘silver bullet’. ... Full story

Let’s Not Unlearn the Lessons About Dredging

Flooding – again – you just can’t escape it in the media at the moment and here, after a brief introduction, Martin Salter hands over his keyboard to Charles Clover for a guest blog. ... Full story

Amplifying our Influence

Martin Salter argues the benefits of angling interests uniting with environmental ones to defeat the common enemies...even if that does include the RSPB ... Full story

Representing Angling in Both Houses

The Angling Trust has been busy representing the interests of anglers in both the Commons and the Lords... ... Full story

Water Bill Changes Welcomed

The Blueprint for Water coalition of environmental groups has welcomed changes to the Water Bill that will increase the sustainability of the water industry by placing a new, strengthened ‘resilience duty’ on the regulator. ... Full story

Floody Madness!

Martin Salter is sick at the amount of ‘garbage’ being spouted in respect of flooding; but will anyone ever listen to anglers, and to the facts? ... Full story

That Was The Year That Was...

Martin Salter looks back at 2013 and concludes that, all things considered, it was a good year... ... Full story

Loving the Fish we Catch

Martin Salter looks at the issue of fish welfare, a concept not universally respected, and wonders if we can, perhaps, love our fish too much... ... Full story

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