Get Fishing is the Angling Trust’s campaign to get more people fishing more often. Each year we run hundreds of events for all ages and abilities. They are funded by the Environment Agency from fishing licence income
Beginner angling events - want to get into fishing? Get back into angling, find out where to go fishing, accessible venues, who to go fishing with, tackle to use to start fishing and how to go fishing for the first time.
Fishing can be prescribed to help physical and mental health and wellbeing issues. Get Fishing for Wellbeing Approved Partners use quality assured angling services to treat symptoms of PTSD, anxiety, depression, loneliness and many long-term conditions
Looking for something different to entertain the kids over Easter? Want to get them away from their screens, learning new skills and experiencing the wonders of the natural world?
Well here’s your chance. Run by the Angling Trust and funded by the Environment Agency, the free Reel Adventure family fishing events are a great opportunity to create some wonderful childhood memories. Suitable for all ages, bring the whole family along to get a taste for the exciting world of fishing.
A fun and easy outdoor activity, don’t be put off if you’ve never been fishing before. Our experienced volunteers will be on hand at these free events, offering expert instruction on how to get started. We’ll provide everything you need to make the most of the day, including all the equipment, bait and tackle, as well as a free one-day fishing licence. All you need to do is come along – with a picnic and a sense of adventure – and watch as little faces light up when your children feel their first bite.
So dig those boots out, get ready to hear the birds, feel the breeze and see the sky. Watch the ripples and wait. You never know, one of you may even catch a fish.
Spaces are limited – book now so you don’t miss out.
A Reel Adventure Norfolk – 16th April – Barford Lakes
A Reel Adventure Staffordshire – 21st April – Izaak Walton Fishery
A Reel Adventure Hampshire – 17th April – Longbridge Lake