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The Welsh Dee Rivers Trust have just released their latest seasonal newsletter. It should make for interesting reading to game and coarse anglers alike. And not just those anglers who enjoy the Dee catchment.read more
Angel Shark Project: Wales is a pioneering new project launched on July 2018 aims to better understand and safeguard the Angelshark (Squatina squatina) in Wales through fisher-participation, heritage and citizen-science.read more
After a very long break I’m back at last, with my periodic blog posts on fishing and environmental news and comment. “Where have you been?” I hear you ask. Especially the many anglers who have kindly signed up to our mailing list, and may now be wondering why they bothered? Well, I do have a pretty good excuse …read more
Following on from a successful 2017 Fishing Auction, Clwyd Conwy & Gwynedd Rivers Trust has organised a 2018 auction of Fishing Lots to raise funds to help the Trust …read more
At a meeting in Bangor on Thursday 18 January, the Board of Natural Resources Wales (NRW) approved proposals to recommend new game fishing bylaws.read more
Just a week ago I wrote about sorting out the details for the new season which starts in March on the fishery which I run, Llyn Coron on Anglesey.
The thrust of my article being concerns about the increasing threat from agricultural pollution in Welsh waterways, and the abject failure of responses from NRW.
Well, the worst has already happened. On Thursday 25th and Friday 26th of January 70,000 gallons of farm slurry was released into one of the lake’s feeder streams, Afon Gwna!read more
It’s that time of year when I’m sorting out the details for the new season which starts in March on the fishery which I run …read more
The International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) have released their latest study on sea bass stocks in all waters around the UK.read more
The Angling Trust has recently claimed that cormorants and goosanders are “decimating” fish stocks in Welsh freshwater fisheries.read more
A great deal of work goes on “behind the scenes” on Welsh rivers to the benefit of all anglers.read more
Afonydd Cymru have published their detailed response to the NRW consultation mentioned in my last post.read more
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