Suzuki Nets A new Brand Ambassador To Support Charitable Work

Suzuki GB’s Marine Division is proud to announce professional saltwater angler and serving firefighter, Will Parkinson, as its newest brand ambassador. Will has spent 17 years serving in the UK Fire Service, where he also uses his passion for fishing to raise awareness and funds for The Fire Fighters Charity. Support for the fire family

New Suzuki DF115BG & DF140BG outboards are the first in class to offer drive-by-wire

Suzuki is recognised worldwide for making advanced technology and innovative features available to boaters of all types — not just those who run the largest, highest-horsepower outboards. This tradition continues with the unveiling of Suzuki’s new DF115BG and DF140BG four stroke outboards, the first in their class to offer all the advantages of drive-by-wire technology. By bringing

Angling Trust and Fish Legal appoint successful angling all-rounder and business leader as new Chief Executive

ANGLING TRUST NEWS RELEASE The Angling Trust and Fish Legal are delighted to announce that their next Chief Executive will be Jamie Cook – a highly successful coarse angler with extensive business experience – who will be joining them later this year. Jamie steps into the role following Mark Lloyd’s recent move to Chief Executive

England Strike Triple Gold Glory in the SALC Home Nations Shore Championships

England’s Home Nations Shore teams, Men’s, Youth and Juniors, fished the surf less but usually very surfy beaches of Rossbeigh and Inch in the wonderfully beautiful county of Kerry in Ireland from 3rd – 6th July 2019. The fishing was not as expected due to the exceptionally and pretty unheard of calm conditions, meaning the

It's Gold for England as Ben Harrison Wins World Youth Shore Fishing Championship

The Angling Trust England Youth Shore team travelled to La Tremblade in France for the FIPS-Mer World Youth Shore Championship from 3rd – 10th May.  The team consisted of; Toby Oldfield, Callum Graham, Ben Harrison, Charlie Tudball, Michael Brookes, Keelan Owen (reserve), and Malcolm Stote (Manager). The team went out a week earlier hoping to

Moonfleet Angling become Official Tackle Supplier to England’s Shore Teams

Moonfleet Angling has been announced as the official tackle supplier to Angling Trust Team England Marine for 2014. The deal will see Moonfleet Angling provide product support for Team England Men’s, Ladies and Youth World and Home Nations Shore teams. Paul Hardy, MD of Moonfleet Angling said “Developing a partnership with Angling Trust Marine Team

Team England Sea Angling Squads Announced for 2014

The National Teams & Competitions Group of the Angling Trust are delighted to announce the Angling Trust Team England sea angling squads for 2014. Being selected to fish for your country is one of the most prestigious honours that competitive anglers can achieve. Each year the Angling Trust Team England squads train and work extremely

Raymarine Expands Angler’s Underwater Vision

New CP100 CHIRP DownVision™ Sonar and CP300 Digital Sonar Modules bring award-winning sonar technology to Raymarine network systems Following the success of the award-winning Dragonfly Sonar/GPS, Raymarine is announcing the all-new CP100 network sonar module with CHIRP DownVision™. The CHIRP powered CP100 “black box” network sonar module brings photo-like underwater vision to Raymarine’s latest generation

Robson Green Book Signing

Star of Extreme Fishing – Robson Green – will be at the Dragon Carp Direct (DCD) Peterlee store in County Durham next Saturday (July 27th, 2013). Robson, the face of Dunlop’s fishing brand, is one of the most recognisable men on British TV and his angling show – which sees him fly around the globe

Saving the seabed may not cost the earth after all

A government decision to slash 75 per cent of a proposed network of marine conservation zones (MCZs) intended to save seabeds and estuaries in England from  being damaged by commercial and recreational activities, has been criticised by professional fishery managers. The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) is proposing to go ahead with