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Multiple Rod Licencing - Is it Time for a Change?

The Angling Trust has begun discussions with the Environment Agency on the controversial issue of the coarse angling licence for the use of multiple rods. ... Full story

New Appointments to Angling Trust and Fish Legal

Nigel Haywood and Tim Macpherson have been appointed to the Angling Trust Board and Tim Goode has joined the Fish Legal Committee. ... Full story

Dredging up Trouble

The Blueprint for Water Coalition is urging the Government to resist calls to return to dredging disasters of the past. ... Full story

Angler’s Mail 21 October 2014

It’s time for pike in this week’s Angler’s Mail magazine, join Ben Hervey-Murray for the whistle-stop tour. ... Full story

Regent’s Fish Rescue

Over 500 fish, including carp to 25lb have been rescued ahead of major works on the Regent’s Canal ... Full story

Angler’s Mail, 14 October 2014

It’s predator time, but there’s lots more inside this week’s AM, join Ben Hervey-Murray and take a look inside… ... Full story

Marijuana Could Wipe out Salmon…

An interesting report in today's Independent suggests that water use by the marijuana farming industry could threaten coho salmon... ... Full story

Banning Eastern European Anglers…

Police force give guidance on the legal and ethical issues regarding banning certain groups of anglers from fisheries. ... Full story

Recognition for the Social and Economic Benefits of Sea Angling

Sea anglers are seeing the social and economic benefits of their sport recognised for the first time. ... Full story

EU Demand Proper Management of Sea Fisheries

The impact of commercial fishing in more than 11,500 square kilometres (7,000 square miles) of English coastal waters is being reviewed to make sure that habitats and species are not damaged. ... Full story

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