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The Salmon Farm Protest Group (SFPG) can now reveal the names of the fish farmers who allowed more than 1 million farmed salmon to escape or die in their cages during 2005. .READ MORE


2006 has been a record year for the ACA. Its most important achievement has been to recover £141,238 in damages for its member clubs, fishery and river owners in 18 separate legal cases. We also provided free expert advice on angling law to more than 100 angling clubs...READ MORE


Keep sewage out of homes and rivers and off beaches Most of our sewers were built in Victorian times, for a population less than half what it is today. As a result of significant investment we have made huge progress in modernising this ageing infrastructure, but problems still remain. Whenever we experience heavy rainfall, sewers struggle to cope and raw sewage overflows, entering homes and polluting rivers and beaches......READ MORE


On behalf of the Slaney River Trust, we are pleased to invite you to a Conference on ‘Salmon Stock Restoration and Rivers Trusts’ on February 18, 19 and 20 February 2007. The Conference is being hosted by Slaney River Trust Ltd. The Conference has received financial sponsorship from the European Union’s Interreg IIIa grant programme and from ART....READ MORE


The Anglers’ Conservation Association (ACA) has today written to David Miliband, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, demanding immediate action to ease the passage of migratory fish through the Tees Barrage and the construction of a new fish pass at the Barrage..........READ MORE


Santa arrived early in south west Wales with a fish stocking at five angling locations. Fisheries officers from e Environment Agency Wales released over 8,000 coarse fish into ponds and lakes around south west Wales. The fish were introduced to help increase stocks and give many people the chance to experience angling for the first time.....READ MORE


Edward Gilbert of Culmhead, Tauton, appeared before Hastings Magistrates on Tuesday 19 December 2006 and pleaded guilty to the offence. He was fined a total of £600 and ordered to pay costs of £475 to the Environment Agency. Fishing equipment seized at the time of Gilbert’s arrest was also confiscated.....READ MORE


The Environment Agency is asking people in Kent to help protect brown trout living in the River Dour in Dover. Officers are concerned that recent work to improve the populations of fish will be damaged this winter if people do not respect the sensitive spawning time....READ MORE

The JRC STi bivvy is one of the most sturdy bivvies on the market. I had the bivvy out in gale force winds last Winter which took trees down. I was bivvied up with no protection from the wind and the bivvy stood very solid............. READ MORE

A t £18.99 for 100 yards, the Orvis Grand Max Riverge is certainly not the cheapest flurocarbon on the market but there are situations when it will significantly increase your chances of catching more fish..READ MORE