Angling Trust Lobbies EU for Bass Minimum Size Increase

The Angling Trust has stepped up the pressure to see the long overdue introduction of a 42cm minimum conservation reference size (MCRS) for both recreational and commercial bass fishing in order to allow the fish an opportunity to spawn successfully before harvesting. The present stock crisis is very much due to over-fishing on the spawning grounds as well as a minimum size which allows fishing for juvenile bass before they had the chance to spawn.

Duncan Ansell Bags his Second Temple Thirty

Bury Hill regular, Duncan Ansell grabbed a quick 24 hour session on Temple Lake last Friday and was rewarded with his second Temple thirty in as many weeks...

Lure Fishing Today – Part 2

Get yourself some spinnerbaits, they work on almost all waters; superb on drains, canals and small rivers, and on shallow, weedy gravel pits too, says Barrie Rickards.

Sturgeon Watch…

Caviar anyone? That just might be a sturgeon you've hooked!

MiB III (Men into Barbel)

Neil Maidment with an unusual account of a barbel session on Throop.

Joint Fisheries and Angling Seminar

The National Association of Fisheries and Angling Consultatives, NAFAC, in conjunction with the Environment Agency, is arranging a one-day fisheries seminar

Sportfish Winforton 2013 Spring Open Day

Join Sportfish Winforton on Saturday 06 April 2013 for their annual spring open day.

Paul Garner joins Pure Fishing's Predator Squad

Well known Angling Writer and Marketing Consultant Dr Paul Garner has joined Pure Fishing UK as a lure fishing consultant to promote and develop the companies' extensive range of fresh and saltwater predator fishing products.

Fisheries Closed Due To Foot-&-Mouth Disease

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Pikers Battle to Save Fishing at Abberton

Pike anglers are set to meet with water officials in a bid to save fishing on a historic reservoir...
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