When you're ready, we're ready. 24/7. gadventures.com In praise of slow travel: Burgundy river cruising Burgundy, the fabled wine-producing département of central France, is crisscrossed
Environment Minister Rory Stewart has approved a one year extension of the multi-organisation fish-eating birds initiative, which has been successfully providing advice and practical support
Angling Trust announce the England teams selected for the Veterans and Disabled World Championships in 2015
The FIPSed Disabled and Veterans World Coarse Angling Championships for 2015 will be held on the river Sorraia near the village of Cabecao, Portugal on
Natural England Increases Threat to Fish Populations and Flood Risk by Allowing Illegally-Released Beavers to Stay
Natural England’s decision yesterday to allow illegally-released beavers to remain in the wild for another 5 years could cause flooding and block the migration of
The Angling Trust has today written to European Fisheries Commissioner Karmenu Vella ahead of the crucial EU Fisheries and Aquaculture Committee meeting on Friday January
Battle for Bass comes to Parliament as new report shows that recreational angling delivers three times the economic benefits of commercial fishing.
Angling and conservation groups are gearing up for a parliamentary debate this week (Wednesday) on the management of sea bass stocks ahead of a crucial
The Angling Trust is delighted to announce that Clark Colman has been appointed the new manager of England Youth Fly Fishing and will take up
Anglers Challenge EU Commission Over ‘Unbalanced and Unacceptable’ Bass Management Proposals as Government’s Strategy Unravels.
Sea anglers have reacted angrily to proposals published earlier this month by the European Commission on the management of (sea) bass which would see anglers