Anglers Protecting Angling
Fishery Watch is a nationwide organisation that is a trading name of UK Angling & Conservation Group Ltd, a registered not for profit company it was establishedp by a team of dedicated anglers, in order promote and protect angling and the environment in and around fisheries, rivers, streams & canals in the United Kingdom and beyond.
We are very different from other organisations out there, we are 100% independant from any government body, this enables us to take on cases and investigations that others organisations would not consider.
Fishery Watch is hoping to join up with other organisations around the country in order to work together and cover as much of the country as is possible in order to protect our great sport & the environment and wildlife around the country.
Surveylance Service for Affilliated Fisheries & Clubs
Fishery Watch is proud is proud to announce our new Fishery Surveylance service, this service is available to all Fishery Watch affilliated Clubs & Fisheries. We have kitted ourselves out with some pretty high tech surveylance equipment and we are available to help when we available.
The only charge we make for this service is out of pocket expenses like fuel and we ask you to make a donation that you can afford and you decide. This is another great not for profit service from Fishery Watch.
We are available for day & nighttime surveylance using the latest technology available, it does not matter if it is a case of fish theft or a predation survey we are able to cate for your needs.
Simply give us a call on 0333 011 5888 for further information on this unique service and we will give you an estimate of the expenses involved.
Fishery Watch has taken on the fight to preserve the ancient art of Lave Net Fishing on the Severn Estuary, Black Rock Lave net Fishery is the last remaining group of lave net fishermen left in Wales.
There entire existance is being threatened by the rules that there landlord, Natural Resources Wales (NRW) are imposing on the group by insisting that they can only operate on a catch and release basis. This practice has been going on for hundreds of years, Fishery Watch knows from the information we have received that there practice poses no threat whatsoever to the Salmon stocks, in fact we believe that they catch a lot less than a very small percentage of the fish that are being killed in the spawning rivers of the River Wye & River Severn. But it would appear that Natural Resources Wales are happy to allow the massively increased number that die every year from the method they are imposing of Catch & Release.
Fishery Watch is honoured to join the fight to preserve the future of this ancient Lave Net Fishery, unfortunately if this fishery goes that is the end of Lave Net fishing in Wales forever, how sad is that the whole ancient practice will just be dissolved to the history books forever. Fishery Watch cannot and will not allow this to happen without a fisht, and fight we will.
Please JOIN US in the fight, you do not have to be a member or even join us to help the fight for Black Rock Lave Net Fishery.
Fishery Watch is getting stronger by the day, we are working towards being the biggest nationwide network of Voluntary Water Keepers in the United Kingdom, our support package for Water Keepers is second to none.
There has never been a better time to join the Fishery Watch team as a Supporter, which is totally free.
The Voluntary Water Keeper plan includes a Fishery Watch Photo ID Card, plus insurance cover at £5M Public Liability, £10M Employers Liability, & Unlimited Legal Cover and £1M for fines and compensation.
Club & Fishery Membership is FREE, but we welcome donations via PayPal, we offer a complete support package with everything concerning bailiffing & surveillance as well as support for matches and open days along with assistance with legal matters and predation issues.
Come and JOIN us today and make the move to the Fishery Watch Team, we are anglers supporting angling, we do not want your money, we only want your support and together we can protect and support angling for the future generations.