As Anglers, we’re already well connected with nature and that’s why it’s important to spend some time to reflect and make sure we’re doing all we can to offset our impact on the world.
April 22nd, every year marks Earth Day. This is the
A recent WWF Living Planet Report estimated an 84% loss in freshwater biodiversity.
Along with climate change, the pollution in rivers, lakes and estuaries is having a catastrophic effect on plants and wildlife – and the biggest threat is in
With Global Recycling Day the aim is to remind everyone to Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Recover as much as possible in their everyday lives. This includes angling. But how can anglers help with recycling and the environment? Do not worry this guide has
Whether you're looking for a way to keep the back-of-the-car tidy, use the chance to let the folks in your local supermarket know where to get the best tackle, bait,and angling equipment, or you simply want to know you'll have a convenient,
Anglers tend to be very concerned about the wider environment; a healthy, thriving, pollution-free environment means more fish, fish that are in better condition, and able to grow to larger sizes, with plenty of energy, strength, and appetite, all of
400million.600 years.The number of metres of discarded line if 1 million UK anglers re-spools just two reels each a year with 400metres of monofilament. That’s enough to get to the moon.The number of years it takes for heavy monofilament fishing