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Guidance for Anglers Reporting Offences to the Police

The work undertaken by the Angling Trust highlighting that fishing without permission and the theft of fish are police matters is generating more reports to the police and the Metropolitan Police have agreed to include reference to Theft of Fishing Rights and Theft of Fish in their call-taker training. ... Full story

Angler’s Mail 22 July 2014

Ben Hervey-Murray takes a look at what’s hot inside this week’s Angler’s Mail mag. ... Full story

Fred J Taylor Award – 2014 Winner Announced

The Angling Trust has announced that this year’s Fred J Taylor award for exceptional work in protecting or improving water habitats in England will be presented to Salford Friendly Anglers’ Society. ... Full story

Fish ‘O’ Mania XXI Final

Record crowds turned out for Fish'O'Mania XXI final at Cudmore Fisheries last weekend. ... Full story

BSafe – A New Generation of Fish-Safe Nets

The introduction of new technology that could dramatically cut the transfer of bacterial fish diseases is announced. ... Full story

Angler’s Mail 15 July 2014

Bagging barbel, river carping and a big eel – BHM opens up the pages of this week’s AM magazine. ... Full story

Protect Your Park and Public Fishing

A report published recently by the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) reveals threats to the future of the UK’s public parks. ... Full story

Gardener’s Out – After 27 Years

Drennan Team England have dropped Steve Gardener and called up Callum Dicks for the World Championships to be fished in Croatia this September. ... Full story

Angler’s Mail 08 July 2014

It’s been a big week on the rivers and KHV is back...Check out the headlines in this week’s AM in the company of Ben Hervey-Murray. ... Full story

EA Blitz on Rod Licence Cheats

Environment Agency enforcement teams continue clamping down on rod licence cheats, notching up more than 13,000 licence checks across England in May. ... Full story

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