Mums and families are being encouraged to give dad the perfect gift this Father’s Day – get him fishing! The special promotion is part of the annual Take A Friend Fishing (TAFF) campaign, organised and run by the Angling Trades [...]
The Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU) is a partnership between the NSPCC, Sport England, Sport Northern Ireland and Sport Wales. Their mission is to build the capacity of sports to safeguard children and young people in and through sport [...]
The Angling Trades Association (ATA) has submitted to Government a detailed consultation document in response to the proposed Animal Welfare (Sentencing and Recognition of Sentience) Bill. If it becomes law, this legislation is intended to not only fill any vacuum [...]
New appointments are being appointed to the National Angling & Fisheries Advisory Group (NAAG). The group is responsible for advising on the Canal and River Trust activities, as they work on improving fishery conditions along the 2,000 miles of waterways [...]
Professional Anglers Association (PAA) coaches Tony Forman and Dave Brown, together with directors Roger Smith and Paul Forman, worked tirelessly over the weekend of The Big One Show to raise £683.86 for charitable purposes. The tackle raffle they ran was [...]
Did you know that just about anybody can learn to fish? Fishing really is a four-season leisure pastime, and one of its joys is that in each season there are different and exciting fish to catch. Fishing transports you to [...]
“Take A Friend Fishing” (TAFF) is a campaign where UK anglers are encouraged to take a person out who they feel would benefit from a day’s fishing. Remember when a friend or family member took you fishing when you were [...]
I was recently given the great honour of becoming England Team Captain for this year’s Junior World Carp Classic, which will be staged at Lake Katlov in the Czech Republic. Running from the 24th-29th May, the event will see 14 [...]
The River Ure in North Yorkshire is a river I knew nothing about except that it was reported to be an excellent grayling water.
I travelled up with Bob my old fishing mate of 40 odd years and arrived in the outskirts of Layburn about 2pm in the afternoon. We found the river and had a scouting foray and were pleasantly surprised to find a falling river and signs of a few fish rising although we could not identify what the fish were rising to.
How can we as coaches help the stop of Invasive Non Native Species? By John Blewitt. The simple answer is, on our own we can’t, but we can help to cut down on the spread. By following some simple routines, we can help to cut down on the risk of spreading these “beasties”.