News headlines Jan 12 - Jan 13
14.11.12 Angling Trust Appoints Fishery Enforcement Manager In May 2012, the Angling Trust and Environment Agency launched the Volunteer Bailiff Scheme. Piloted in South East England for three years before a national roll out, initially volunteers will be formed into Neighbourhood Watch style groups, acting as the Environment Agency's eyes and ears.
13.11.12 Fishing for Life Strategy launched at Angling Summit A strategy to get more people fishing and help projects that use fishing to provide support to people in need was launched at the Angling Summit in London today.
09.11.12 Green drainage must accompany Thames Tunnel, say angling groups A US wastewater expert has urged London to embrace the Thames Tunnel as the only solution to end the scandal of millions of tonnes of untreated sewage that enters the Thames each year through the city's combined sewers.
09.11.12 NEW VIDEO: British Pike Championships Final 2012
Just two ounces separated the top two anglers in a hard-fought British Championship on the Fen drains at the weekend.
This year saw an increase of competitors taking part in the Angling Trust British Pike Final on the 20 Foot River, and Glassmoor Bank on Whittlesey AA’s waters with a total of 225 entrants.