More than half of anglers want more research into the Close Season on rivers
More than half of anglers want the Government to carry out more research into whether the Close Season on rivers should remain, according to the first poll carried out by AnglersSay.com.
Of the 1,292 anglers who took part in the website's first poll, a total of 786 - 60.8 per cent of those who voted - said they consider more research is needed to see if the current Close Season is valid. However, 481 respondents - equivalent to 37.2 per cent - said that no further research was needed whilst 25 (1.9 per cenmt) had no view on the subject.
If you would like a say on what the subject on he second Anglers Say survey should be, Click here.
Meanwhile, winners of the first Anglers Say Poll prize draw were:
David Kennings - Birmingham
Allan Marshall - Cumbria
Blair Horton - Leeds
Paul Stott - London
Ian Thomas - Reading
Winners of the Shimano Reel prize draw were:
Andrew Fergusson - London
Les Midwinter - Doncaster
Rob Stannard - West Yorkshire
Mark Hall - Suffolk
Terry Wright - Leicester
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