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CARP CHAT
Full list of new consultants:
Rob Hughes – Carp Angling
Bev Clifford – Carp Angling
Sam Edmonds – Predator Angling
Neville Fickling – Predator Angling
David Kent – Match Angling
Dave Harrell - River Match Angling
Dai Gribble – Specialist Coarse
Steven Neely – Sea Angling
Charles Rangeley-Wilson – Game Angling
Malcolm Gilbert – Marine Conservation
Reg Phillips – Marine Conservation
Mark Everard – Freshwater Conservation
Paul Devlin – Angling Trade
Robin Morley – Angling Trade
getting stuck in with forthcoming
campaigns.”
Keith Arthur added: “I’ve been
around for a long time, and I have an
opinion on just about everything
involving fish, so that’s why I’m
delighted to be offered this honorary
role with the Angling Trust. I don’t
always agree with them, but by offering my opinion, I hope it will result in
a balanced outcome for the benefit of
angling, which is, and always has
been, my intention.”
Mark Lloyd, Chief Executive of the
Angling Trust and Fish Legal, concluded: “With such an incredibly
diverse sport we need to be able to
draw upon the very best advice and
experience that is available in all disciplines, which is why we’re proud to
have such a prestigious group of people as our honorary consultants.
We’re very grateful to them all for
their support to ensure that we base
decisions, policies and initiatives with
the benefit of the best expert advice
available.”
Media contact: Mark Lloyd, Chief
Executive of the Angling Trust and
Fish Legal, on 07973 468198 or
Mark.Lloyd@anglingtrust.net. n
Exciting opportunity! Volunteer
bailiff joins Building Bridges team
as Project Officer
The Angling Trust’s Building Bridges
team has appointed Polish-born
Janusz Kansik as Project Officer to
help educate European anglers about
fishing in this country. Since coming
to England in 2010, Janusz has qualified as a Level 1 Angling Coach and
joined the Voluntary Bailiff Service,
supporting Environment Agency fisheries enforcement officers by regularly patrolling lakes and rivers near
his home in Oxfordshire.
Janusz said: “When I came to this
country a lot of people invested their
time in helping me make my fishing
skills better, which I think was amazing. So I decided I wanted to help others as well and do this by making
coaching videos and through my
work as a volunteer bailiff. My role as
Project Officer provides a unique
opportunity to make an even greater
contribution to the wonderful sport of
angling through education and integration of those who share the passion.
I am very excited at this opportunity to work with likeminded anglers
and bring new, exciting ideas to
fruition.”
Funded by fishing licence income
through partnership with the Environment Agency, the Building Bridges
project engages with migrant communities, including schools, encouraging anglers to join a local club and
fish by the rules. Building Bridges
staff also work with angling clubs to
host integrated angling events and
contribute to Voluntary Bailiff Service
training and Fisheries Enforcement
Workshops.
Rado Papiewski, who manages the
Building Bridges project, said: ‘’I am
really pleased that Janusz is joining
our team. His positive attitude, energy
and fresh ideas are exactly what we
are looking for. I am sure that his
employment is going to benefit many
anglers and fisheries in this country.”
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Two go off to fish…
don’t miss it!
Rob’sPostbag
Bristol Rovers v Bristol City Charity Fishing
Match in aid of Children’s Hospice South West
Dear BOUNTYHUNTER PUBLICATIONS,
Just a quick email to say thank you for supporting our event with a raffle prize. I
emailed hundreds of companies and organizations, and you were one of the few
who were kind enough to reply and offer something in support of the event, which
is massively appreciated, as I assume you must get lots of requests like this
throughout the year.
The event was a huge success with The Gas Angling Squad (Bristol Rovers)
beating the Bristol City Fishing Team by 409lb 14oz to 195lb 11oz. The real winners
however were The Children’s Hospice South West, for whom we raised £2,787.
So again a massive thanks for supporting us, and hopefully you might be willing
to sponsor the event again the same time next year. n
6 FREE LINE
Angling Trust Ambassador Paul
Whitehouse and Bob Mortimer will be
fishing, and discussing life, the universe and everything else together on
BBC2 at 10pm every Wednesday for
the next six weeks in what looks like
a g r e a t a d v e r t f o r a n g l i n g. T h e
Angling Trust is helping the BBC promote the programme, and the benefits
of angling, with a series of local radio
interviews on Monday morning. n

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