Christmas 2020 Message

Well what a year it’s been for us all and it seems to be getting worse! Who knows what 2021 will bring, along with a vaccine. Hopefully it will bring some sense and let the science finally conclude the way forward with the Hoveton issues. What I find so disappointing is this has developed into…

Challenging Times across the Broads

Much has been happening since my last post back in August on Water needs and balances. The Angling Trust has been in the media on this subject and have launched a campaign called anglers against pollution last week. https://anglingtrust.net/get-involved/anglers-against-pollution/ I raised this a couple of weeks back on the subject of how the Broadland Rivers…

Chairmans Chat July 2020

Hi Folks I thought I would share my correspondence with the EA area manager following many months of awaiting for a decision on  Hoveton, which is also complied by the agencies seemingly inability to provide fishery survey data since 2016 for the Broads and surrounding area. 10th July 2020 Simon Hawkins East Anglia Area Manager…

Chairman’s Chat June-20

It’s been some time since we issued any form of general news from BASG. Indeed our last newsletter was distributed back in Sep 2018. There are several underlying reasons how this came about, primarily time, IT issues and resources. This I apologize if we seem to have looked dormant, but there has been much happening…

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…