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The End of the Road for Himalayan Balsam?

Reasearchers at CABI are to make controlled releases of rust fungus to control the invasive weed, Himalayan balsam. ... Full story

Schools Urged to Give Fishing a Go!

The EA and the ATr are urging schools to offer their students the chance to get into angling. ... Full story

England Ladies Finish Fourth in the 2014 World Angling Championship

The reigning world champs lose their crown on the River Sorria in Portugal. ... Full story

New Cormorant Controls Start in September

New cormorant controls start in September and an Avon Roach Project film urges anglers to rise to the challenge. ... Full story

Angler’s Mail 26 August 2014

Ben Hervey-Murray gives us his weekly sneak preview of what’s inside the new Angler’s Mail magazine. ... Full story

Why the Hell Can’t We Have Some Action on Bass?

In his latest blog Martin Salter is bemoaning the lack of a suitable management plan for UK bass stocks ... Full story

A ‘New Era’ for Irish Pike, Bass and Trout

National policies for the management of trout, pike and bass have been launched by Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI). ... Full story

Shark v Grouper

Martin Salter spotted this little gem of a film clip for us, enjoy! ... Full story

SSACN Deliver Keynote Speech at Dutch Sharkatag

This year the Scottish Sea Angling Conservation Network's (SSACN) Chair, Ian Burrett, was the keynote speaker at the opening of the Dutch Skarkatag event. ... Full story

UK's ‘Top Cops’ Back ATr’s Police Poaching Guide

The Angling Trust has won support from the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) to ensure that all Chief Officers in England and Wales will receive training about poaching and fish theft, and pass this on to their operational staff. ... Full story

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