New England has lots of opportunities on offer for the fly-fisher.
A, German spoken, video of the ÖKF FishLife (German title: Gefährdung der Fischbestände im Donauraum), on the many threats that the natural stocks of fish face on the River Donau, especially in Austria.
Big carp meets skinny water. Woodworker, furniture builder, and musician Wes Walsworth hits the Snake for some freshwater “flats” action. Carpoon from Sage Fly Fish on Vimeo.
Fish Monkey’s new Face Guards expands line of protective, performance angling apparel. In terms of quality time on the water, putting your best face forward means keeping said mug protected from the brutal aquatic elements: sun, wind, rain, salt, spray . . . fish slime. Concepted, crafted and tailored to the exacting standards of anglers […]
Fish Monkey offers the most complete line of hardcore angling gloves on the planet. Fishing is a hands-on sport. Been that way since before the first rod-and-reel; prior to the earliest cane pole—heck, even when the pursuit of fish involved little more than hook, line, bait… and your bare knuckles. At the extreme end of […]
This year, the World Fish Migration Day (WFMD) took place on the 21st of April and it was the most successful edition since its creation in 2014. The European Anglers Alliance (EAA) and the European Fishing Tackle Trade Association (EFTTA) have always been proud supporters of this important event, which aims to raise […]
Angling Trust calls for reform of farming to boost productivity of fisheries. A draft report prepared for Environment Secretary Michael Gove by the Angling Trust, WWF and the Rivers Trust was picked up by BBC Radio 4’s Today programme in advance of a high profile launch in the House of Commons on April 24th. The […]
Invitation from an international group for a joint discussion about fish predators. General Sponsor: Reinhold Bocklet, Vice President of the Bavarian State Assembly and former Agriculture Minister. Event Theme: Population development of fish predators, their influence on fish populations in the Alpine region and their management possibilities in light of European Union, country and state […]
EA announces proposed new byelaws to protect salmon The Environment Agency has announced a formal consultation about byelaws which include stopping salmon being taken from the majority of England’s net fisheries by 2019 and 100% mandatory catch and release by anglers on “At Risk” rivers. The Angling Trust is campaigning for a voluntary approach to […]
Connecting Fish, Rivers and People. The European Anglers Alliance is proud to support once again the World Fish Migration Day (WFMD) that this year will take place on the 21st of April. More than 100 events around the world have already been registered on the WFMD website and EAA’s members are fully involved in many […]