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Miinutes and presentations from the consultative 7th Oct 2019

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The Agency has issued the following FBG news letter for Essex Norfolk and Suffolk

Click the ‘download attachment’ link below to download this report as a PDF

Jez Wood

Technical Specialist - Fisheries, Biodiversity and Geomorphology (FBG) | East Anglia – East Area

Environment Agency | Dragonfly House, Gilders Way, Norwich, NR3 1UB

External: 02030255406 / Internal: 55406

Team mailbox: FBG.ENS@environment-agency.gov.uk

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The Agency has produced a paper of the social ecnomics of angling for Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk.

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As per our initial invitation back in February, I have secured the Bargate Drain Boston for the competition to take place on Sunday 12th Sept 2021.

The river needs effort to clear the weed by the respective club this year, so I want to ensure we have a respective number of teams entered.  Venue details are available via https://www.bostonanglingassociation.co.uk/venues/bargate

I agreed with Andy Jackson that he will lead this year’s event, as I will be in Holland fishing hopefully on a 3rd rescheduled fishing trip. 

We have now secured  Boston Town Football Club, Tattershall Road, Boston PE21 9LRas a headquarters. Tea, Coffee and food will be available both in the morning and the afternoon also in the afternoon a bar will be open.

We have quite a bit of interest from local teams, but are mindful this is planned the day after the div 2 national in Shropshire, but the match calendar is really squeezed and we have little choice before the start of the winter league.

We would like all teams entered and fully paid by the 1st Sep, this is 12 days prior to the event.  Team of 6 entry is £150 with an ioptional super pool of £5 per person.

Registration details.

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This year Andy Jackson will be the main point of contact

Mobile 07747412658

Email .jack08745a@gmail.com

The team entrty form is available below.

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Regards

Kelvin

Kelvin Allen

Chairman

Angling Trust Eastern Region Freshwater Forum.

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Regional Forum Colchester 14th Nov  2019

Thursday 14th November 2019

Quy Mill Hotel, Church Rd, Stow-cum-Quy, Cambridge CB25 9AF

Tea and Coffee from 6:45pm | Meeting starts 7:15pm (9:30pm close)

In association with the Environment Agency

FREE TO ATTEND AND OPEN TO ALL

Agenda

Abstraction Issues on the River Lark: Ukwuori Fadayiro of The Environment Agency Water resources Team discusses how we balance the needs of consumers and the environment.

Angling Trust Head of Freshwater Open QuestionsThe Angling Trust's Mark Owen gives an update on how the new Environment Bill offers threats and opportunities for our rivers and lakes

Improving & Protecting Fisheries: Local Environment Agency Fisheries Team presentation outlining the work being done locally to improve your river and stillwater fisheries in Cambridgeshire and surrounds.


More Items TBC

 To register, just click the link below:

 

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The EA and IFM would like to invite you to a FREE one day Weed Management Workshop to be held at Wicksteed Park 

Weed Management WorkshopWeed Management Workshop Wicksteed Park, Barton Road, Kettering NN15 6NJ 15th February 2020

Our aim is that by improving knowledge within the angling community and of active club members about how best to manage and control weed, your fisheries will benefit.We would like to invite you to a FREE one day Weed Management Workshop to be held at Wicksteed Park (postcode NN15 6NJ).

Our aim is that by improving knowledge within the angling community and of active club members about how best to manage and control weed, your fisheries will benefit.The workshop will look at all aspects of weed management and control including what water plants there are, how they work and the problems they can cause, invasive non-natives plants, mechanical removal, algal control and much more.It will aim to help you:

  • Create a balanced fishery
  • Realise the importance of aquatic weed management
  • Understand techniques available for controlling difficult plants

This workshop has been developed by the Environment Agency and the Institute of Fisheries Management (IFM). We are able to offer your club, or fishery up to 4 places completely free of charge. Further places may be available on request.

Tea and coffee will be available on arrival and during the day however, attendees will need to supply their own lunch. There are cafes and food stalls around the park which will be open for attendees..
We ask you to consider carefully your nominations for this workshop. The cost to develop, and run it comes from income received from anglers buying a fishing licence, therefore it is in all our interests to ensure this money is not wasted. We also want you to get the best possible outcome for your fishery so would suggest the people attending are committed to the club, or fishery, and its future success.
If you have any questions about this event please contact Sue Laver.
Please complete and return the attached strip or alternatively email your response to sue.laver@environment-agency.gov.uk by Friday 31st January to confirm you places.

 

Name 1: Email 1:
Name 2: Email 2:
Name 3: Email 3:
Name 4: Email 4:

 

Sue Laver

Environment Agency

Kingfisher House

Goldhay Way

Orton Goldhay

Peterborough,

PE2 5ZR

 

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Notes and Actions from the NWW consultative forum from the 19th Oct 2019 at Nene House Kettering.

 

 

 

 

 

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Miinutes and presentations from the consultative 8th April 2019

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Please find attached the 2019 Survey report for the Great Ouse Relief Channel, produced by Justin Mould and team Brampton. 

Click the ‘download attachment’ link below to download this report as a PDF

Justin Mould

Fisheries Officer - A&R

East Anglia Area (Cambridgeshire & Bedfordshire and Essex, Norfolk & Suffolk)

Environment Agency, Bromholme Lane, Brampton, Huntingdon, Cambs, PE2 84NE

External Telephone: 02030251870, Internal Telephone: 51870

justin.mould@environment-agency.gov.uk

 

 

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96 anglers took part in yesterdays 50th running of the Eastern Region Shield, runing since it was first formed by the then NFA in 1969.

With only one blank acoss the 96 pegs, it was team fishing at it's very best, individual winner on the day from a peg at Neeps Bridge was Arnie Palmer with 9.4kg pole caught skimmers, followed by Rob Dzialak in 2nd place at Peters Bridge with 9kg. 

 

 

Making it a triple success for Team Image was their 3 successive year in wining this annual team competition.

Their Matrix Image Red team achieved 73 points and a total weight of 19.45 kg with the team consisting of 

Angler Weight Position Points Peg
Pete Vasey 800 4th 13 A7
John Weeden 2000 2nd 15 B13
Simon Colclough 4270 8th 9 C2
Danny Grimsey 3400 3rd 14 D8
James Drakulic 8150 2nd 15 E14
Damian Green 830 10th 7 F4

 

For a full set of results and section shees click on the links belows to download..

Regards

Kelvin

Kelvin Allen

Chairman

Angling Trust Eastern Region Freshwater Forum.

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