Northern Broads Track Spring 2018

This is the tracking of bream ID 50645 during the period Feb-May 2018 and migration to its spawning grounds in Hoveton Great Broad and Hudsons Bay.Data  (Provided by Bournemouth University) Sign Our Petition Prevent the destruction of fish spawning sites at Hoveton Great Broad below. https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/334111/

Beccles Quay on the Suffolk bank

One of the best venues on the southern broads is on the river Waveney at Beccles Quay on the Suffolk bank. This venue has supported anglers for the past 50 years with little issues with the anglers and boaters working together with both enjoying the river. The moorings were vacated when the piling and quay…

John Curry

John the current secretary of the Pike Anglers Club of Great Britain has achieved much for pike anglers and anglers in general, particularly within the Broads by holding the Environment Agency to account and specifically in his local patch, the Broads Authority. His lead on the delivery of many projects from driving Prymnesium research to…

Broads Local Plan Protection of Angling Rights – Access to water

The Broads Angling Strategy contained much about the retention of angler’s rights within its access to angling in the Broads theme. When the Broads Authority local planning policy was reviewed in 2018/19, BASG responded in requesting the strengthening of policy particularly DM28. This was formally adopted in May 2019 There are also recreational opportunities to…

Thurne Pyrmnesium Map 2015

Many anglers and people with an environmental interest will be concerned over the breakout of Pyrmnesium algae within the upper Thurne. The Environment Agency has today (1st Mayl) confirmed the rescue of some 700,000+ fish across the Thurne system. However an estimated 15,000+ fish have been lost. The map below shows where the impact is and major…