Tips and Advice

Start Fishing Safely on Wednesday May 13th 2020!

Submitted by jane on May 11, 2020 - 4:22pm

On Wednesday May 13th 2020  permitted outdoor exercise includes social distanced angling!  But first please check fisheries are open and be sure to read and follow guidance and current advice from Angling Trust  whose #WhenWeFishAgain campaign and dedicated lobbying played a major part in the lifting of current restrictions.

Remember to Fish Safely and follow current guidelines and advice so we can all stay safe!


Angling Clubs and Fisheries Funding Opportunity - Wheely Boat Trust & Angling Trust

Submitted by jane on December 9, 2019 - 5:39pm
Applications are now open for Wheelyboat fundingmaking fishing and angling accessible for all

December 2nd 2019  Deadline for applications is Saturday January 4th 2020

The Wheelyboat Trust and the Angling Trust are delighted to announce the second round of funding for four wheelchair accessible Wheelyboats is now open to angling clubs and fisheries across the UK. 

Plastic Patrol comes to Gylly Beach Falmouth on 21 September 2019

Submitted by jane on September 18, 2019 - 2:37pm

On Saturday 21 September 2019 Plastic Patrol, a global movement to eradicate single use plastic, is coordinating a series of clean ups across the UK as well as Europe, Brazil, Thailand, Mexico and the USA to mark World Clean Up Day. The goal is simple, but crucial: to run the first mass activity based clean up of its kind and collectively remove and record a whopping 250,000 pieces of rubbish from in nature in just 24 hours. Plastic Patrol comes to Falmouth to stage first mass clean-up of its kind on 21 September 2019.

Sustainable Angling - Poster, Survey & Top Tips from Mike Cook

Submitted by jane on April 24, 2019 - 4:02pm
Many people I've spoken to throughout the years have a problem with anglers because they think that fishing with rod and line contributes to declining fish numbers. I think many of these people have this belief because they've witnessed some anglers keep juvenile fish or just far too many for one person. I believe that anglers can be sustainable if we just:
• Respect the fact that ecosystems are finite and return the fish you don't want to eat.