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Anglers net free fishing advice to improve skills
Monday, 13 August 2012
CATCH: Coby Delaney, 8, and Instructor Glenn Watts. Picture by Martin Dalton
WOULD-be anglers were given the chance to improve their fishing skills at Upminster on Friday.
The Environment Agency teamed up with angling organisations during National Fishing Month at Puddledock Fishery, in St. Mary’s Lane.
Coaches gave up their time to encourage both young and old to try one of the nation’s most popular pastime for free.
Brian Smart, Angling Development Officer supported by the Environment Agency and Angling Trust, said: “National Fishing Month includes hundreds of events at local fisheries, where qualified coaches are available to help you and your family learn how to fish or to improve your skills in a safe environment.”
For more information on upcoming courses call Nick Watkins on 01268 711156.
To get involved and take part, view the events listed on the National Fishing Month website and enter a postcode at www.national
The sessions nearest will be listed with more details. Events and where to fish guides are also available on the Environment Agency’s website at www.environment-agency.gov.uk/fish
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