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Last up dated: Sunday, November 9, 2014

Stop quagga mussels spreading: check, clean, dry

 

Anglers have already helped to slow the spread of the ‘killer shrimp’. Now there’s a new alien species threatening the places you love to fish: the quagga mussel.

 


The mussels from south-east Europe have been found in Wraysbury Reservoir in Surrey. They smother hard surfaces, block water intakes and change the natural balance of rivers and lakes. If we’re not careful they could spread to other fisheries.  

 

Please check, clean and dry your tackle every time you go fishing to help stop quagga mussels and other invasive species from spreading.

  

Watch this video to see how to check, clean and dry your kit.  


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Action on Cormorants

ACTION ON CORMORANTS PROTECT OUR FISH

This is an interesting film showing the damage that cormorants do to rivers and lakes and the Avon Roach Project to start to restock the river.

Your help is needed  by sending letter or email to the go  the Government.

Click here to go to Angling Trust website

Change of Venue

Cane & Pin Match -  9 Nov 2014  is now at Cemex Venue - 08:00am  9:00am - 2:30pm