Voluntary Bailiff Service to tackle illegal fishing now live in the Midlands

Another English initiative. Come on NRW surely you can do something similar? Are Welsh anglers second class anglers or have NRW a more pro active initiative to bring forward?

Friday, 26th February, 2016

Voluntary Bailiff Service to tackle illegal fishing now live in the Midlands
The Angling Trust and Environment Agency partnership has now made possible the keenly […]

England looking after its fisheries: what is Wales doing? 2

Wednesday, 17th February, 2016

North West Voluntary Bailiff Service Launch and InductionThe Angling Trust and Environment Agency partnership has now made possible the long-awaited national roll-out of the Voluntary Bailiff Service (VBS), which has been a pilot project for four years in the South East.The North West was the first of five new VBS regions to […]

The English protecting their fisheries. What about ours NRW?

Tuesday, 16th November, 2016

Joint effort to tackle fisheries-related crime in North East
The Angling Trust says it is looking forward to a further crackdown on fisheries-related crime, which will help to protect fish across North East England.
Representatives of four police forces – Northumbria, Durham,Cleveland and North Yorkshire – and senior fisheries officers from the Environment Agency, Northumbrian Water, the Tyne Rivers Trust, the Wear Rivers […]

N R W Fisheries bulletin: February 2016

Please click on the link below to view a copy of the above bulletin. Highlighted are the mitigation works both current and planned for the Welsh Dee,  Afon Mynach, Afon Wygyr Afon Angell, Afon Mawddach and Afon Seiont, together with other news items of interest to anglers.
fisheries bulletin Feb 16        Takes a few seconds to […]