At least £300,000 of fishing licence income is being made available to angling clubs and fisheries based in England through the latest round of funding from the Angling Improvement Fund (AIF). The money will be used to help fund general fishery improvements, river access, measures to control predation and improving access-for-all on still waters and […]

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Soil is currently being destroyed ten times faster than it’s being created. This is not only putting the farming sector at risk and costing England & Wales £1.2 billion a year, but is affecting the health of our rivers. A new report by WWF, The Rivers Trust and The Angling Trusts shows that spending approximately £10 million […]

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Invasive species week – Minister sees first hand the damage that floating pennywort is having. Biosecurity Minister Lord Gardiner met the Angling Trust and Environment Agency to see at first hand the damaging effect floating pennywort, an invasive non-native aquatic plant, is having on our waterways. Lord Gardiner visited Little Britain Lake in Hillingdon, west […]

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