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Help us Combat Fish Theft The Angling Trust is working with the Environment Agency in the South East to run a Voluntary Bailiff Service. We want to prove that well trained volunteers can have key part to play in stopping illegal fishing, poaching and fish theft. We then hope to roll the scheme out right round the country. If you want to get involved just click the image above.

South West Forum

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This new section of the Angling Trust website gives you an overview of how The Angling Trust works in the South West Region.

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The Angling Trust SW Forum is an open meeting which is held three or four times a year and provides an opportunity for fishing clubs, associations, individual anglers and all who care about angling a chance to feedback their views to both the Angling Trust and the Environment Agency on a range of important subjects.  This is your opportunity to influence the decisions, strategies and help identify common issues that impact angling across the region. The Forum will also allow anglers and clubs the opportunity to get involved in local projects and initiatives.

The forums are supported by the Environment Agency and are funded by rod licence money. The Environment Agency attends all meetings to share plans, listen to anglers concerns, answer questions and address problems.

If you would like to access the Environment Agency Annual report for your region please click the link below.



Angling Trust South West Fisheries Forum

June 24th 2017

Carvynick Country Club

Summercourt, Newquay, TR8 5AF

Tea, Coffee and Biscuits served from 9.30am - Meeting begins 10.00am and finishes 12.30pm

In Association with The Environment Agency

This meeting is open to all anglers and fishery owners and is free to attend

Draft Agenda:

Stop Taking our Wrasse, James Champkin, National Campaigns Officer for the Angling Trust talks about our work to try to halt the large scale removal of live wrasse from cornish waters to be used as cleaner fish in Scottish Salmon farms.

Environment Agency Fisheries Update . Local EA staff talking about the work they do and explain how your rod licence money is spent.

How Can we support your club and help to improve your fishing ? Ian Shepherd and John Cheyne outline the ways in which your club can fund fishery improvements with rod licence money and how AT staff can help with a variety of key issues.

If you have any key issues you would like to see discussed at this meeting then please call or email suggestions to:

ian.shepherd@anglingtrust.net or 07495 433 613


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