South West Fisheries Forum In association with the Environment Agency 24th, June, 2017 Carvynick Country Club
Summercourt, Newquay, Cornwall, TR8 5AF
Tea and Coffee served from 6.40pm, Meeting begins 7:00pm
This meeting is open to all anglers and fishery owners and is free to attend. If anybody would like to attend on behalf of Bude Canal Angling Association please get in contact as we are at present unable to send a representative. (support for reasonable travel costs are available in return for feedback on the meeting).
This meeting is free to attend and open to all. It is aimed at ALL freshwater anglers, Coarse and Game. It is a key opportunity to hear about the work of the Environment Agency and Angling Trust and is a chance to tell us what YOU think our priorities should be. Plus updates from key organisations in your area.
It looks like being a fascinating meeting, so if you love angling and live within reach of the venue, make sure you attend. Indicative Agenda:
Stop Taking our Wrasse, James Champkin, National Campaigns Officer for the Angling Trust talks about our work to try to halt the large scale removal of live wrasse from Cornish waters to be used as cleaner fish in Scottish Salmon farms
Environment Agency Fisheries Update . Local EA staff talking about the work they do and explain how your rod licence money is spent.
How Can we support your club and help to improve your fishing ? Ian Shepherd and John Cheyne outline the ways in which your club can fund fishery improvements with rod licence money and how AT staff can help with a variety of key issues.