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2018: An amazing angling year in pictures

For so many reasons, 2018 has been a memorable year for fishing. Along with the freak weather, there were big surprises and some truly uplifting stories. Here are 15 images that summed it up, through the lens of Angling Trust blogger Dominic Garnett. From drought to downpour Even by British standards, the weather was wildly…

Ever wanted to run your own fishery?

Ever considered developing and running an independent fishery? It can take passion and years of dedication, but little beats success on your own terms. Dominic Garnett met up with Brian Cox at Devon’s Stenhill Fishery to find out more on the pleasures and pitfalls of the game, along with a cheeky cast for the venue’s…

What sort of fishing licence do I need ?

If you fish in freshwater in England & Wales then legally you need to have a valid fishing licence. The good news is that a licence is easy to buy and inexpensive. Annual fishing licences now last for 365 days from the day you buy them and they offer far better value for money than…

12 Months of Amazing Fishing Ahead

Late Autumn/Early winter is one of my favourite times of year to get out fishing. The roach are busy shoaling up in our rivers and stillwaters, which can lead to some amazing catches. Fishing a stick float on the river or a pole on the canal and catching a lovely net of sparkling roach is…

Liverpool city coarse carp fishing free

Carp in the Community: Urban Fishing in Liverpool

When it comes to providing fishing for those who need it most, public and urban waters can be priceless. Dominic Garnett went to Liverpool’s Sefton Park Lake to meet those making a difference on Merseyside, with support from the Angling Trust administered Angling Improvement Fund (AIF). If I was to tell you about a fantastic…