|The Mahseer Trust aims to advance our scientific knowledge of the mahseer and provide an interactive online resource for scientists, conservationists and anglers. It also seeks funding to support international research and conservation programmes relating to mahseer; promote awareness of the conservation and the socio-economic benefits of sport angling; and to engage with all stakeholders and provide regular reporting of the activities of the Trust. Click on the logo to find out more about wat the Trust is doing to protect and improve our knowledge of this iconic hard-fighting fish.|
The Sleeping Bags Outlet stocks a wide range of sleeping bags for camping, including a section dedicated to sleeping bags for fishing. Choose from a number of styles and season ratings for year round camping as well as compact and lightweight options for anglers who need to keep the size and weight of their equipment to a minimum. The sleeping bags come in discreet colour ways including camouflage and olive, making them ideal for fishing trips.
Aimed predominantly at game and coarse anglers in Shropshire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire, the Ludlow Fly Tying Club is a small and friendly group of fly tyers of all ages and abilities who meet once a month in the historic town from which it takes its name. It also has an excellent and informative website at ludlowflytying.org.uk which includes full details and photographs on how to tie a selection of useful flies.
The Angling Trust is the representative body for game, coarse and sea anglers in England. Its members support the campaigns and legal action it carries out to protect fish stocks and its programmes to increase the number of anglers fishing for fun and in competitions. It is fighting for the future of angling and needs your support to do more. If you want to protect your fish and fishing - for now and in future - join your representative body.
Get to grips with the knotty problem of tying knots with VideoFishingknots.com. Here you can learn how to tie a wide selection of the best fishing knots. All fishing knots are presented with detailed instructions on video. You can learn how to tie basic fishing knots, fly fishing knots, super line fishing knots and many other knots. Use the menu to the right to find the knot you are looking for.
Widely regarded as one of the UK's leading Fisheries Management Consultants, Dr Bruno Broughton runs Broughton Fishery Technologies which offers a wide range of fisheries-related products and services. In addition to his professional work, Dr Broughton is also Fishery Officer with the Professional Coarse Fisheries Association. If you own or run a fishery, this site is well worth a visit.
The Professional Anglers Association supports a nationwide network of fully qualified Government-accredited coaches who recruit and teach thousands of new anglers every year. Within the site you will be able to locate a coach near you, learn how to become an angling coach, and discover more about fish and fishing.
Launched by land agents Fenn Wright and Fisheries.co.uk, Fisheries4sale.com has quickly established itself as the UK's leading estate agency for buying and selling fisheries. If you are thinking of buying or selling a fishery - this just has to be your first stop.
Regarded as the UK's leading organisations which supports the rural way of life in Britain, The Countryside Alliance website is particularly topical at a time when hunting faces an imminent ban. A website loaded with information of interest to anyone with an interest in the countryside.
The British Disabled Anglers Association has grown fantastically over the past few years ago and not only boasts more than 230,000 members but has also recognised as the organisation which has done more than any other to encourage people into angling. Great website of interest to both able-bodied and disabled anglers.
The Angling Foundation is a non-political, non-profit making body which advises on angling and fish welfare issues and gives guidance by the production of voluntary standards, guidelines and best practice for all sectors of the sport and industry in the UK. It also seeks to promote angling, especially for young, disabled or disadvantaged groups and is supported by the Commercial Coarse Fisheries Association, the Angling Trades Association and other organisations.
Any website with the domain name Carp.com must be worth a look. Crammed with features, this site gives reports, advice on techniques and much more.
Nice all-round website by 'Midland Angler' editor Gareth Purnell. With a classified 'wanted' and 'for sale' ads column, bulletin board, free competitions, on-line tackle shop and Venue Finder section produced in assosition with Fisheries.co.uk it's got to be worth a look!
Well-presented guide to flyfishing and gamefishing in Scotland including Scottish fishing vacations and Scottish salmon and trout fishing holidays.
Very popular web site featuring news and features on topics related to coarse, game and sea fishing plus a page for your views and information for disabled anglers. Loads of links to other sites and plenty of content to keep you busy.
Angling Link works hard to provide valuable information on venues, tactics and everything else which will be useful to disabled anglers to enable them to get the most from their sport.
As its name suggests, this is a site of particular interest to Carp anglers, anglers generally and those interested in conservation and the outdoors. Amongst the topics covered are carp tactics, tackle and baits; a look at some photographs of carp from around the world; answers to FAQs and articles by carp anglers both in the UK and abroad.
Anyone who regularly visits the uk.recreation.fishing.coarse newsgroup will know the name 'Elton' for his considerable and varied contributions. Elton has started his own angling web pages with a variety of treats from photos of anglers and their catches to competitions, feature articles and other offerings.
Warwickshire County Council's pilot Internet site which features tourism, leisure and a whole lot more. Whether you are looking for information about your local Councillor, your nearest library, details about the County's Museums or information on its country parks, you'll find it all here.
Dedicated to angling, fieldsports and practical wildlife conservationin the UK, the site includes pages for British Country Sports, the British Association for Shooting and Conservation, the British Field Sports Society, Scottish Angling Showcase, Anglian Water and the Gloucestershire Wildfowlers Association.
A comprehensive guide to fly fishing. Whether you’ve just taken up fly fishing as a hobby or you're looking for tips to perfect your knowledge in the field, this site has you covered.
Fishing can be a relaxing and healthy hobby, but like all activities involving larger bodies of water, it is important to keep in mind some safety guidelines to ensure one doesn’t find themselves in unwanted situations.
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