• Apr202022
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    Check, Clean & Dry

      As we return to game fishing and the weather improves it is important that we make sure we are…

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  • Oct292017

    Take 5 – Litter Pick Initiative

    The Angling Trust have teamed up with The Environment Agency to relaunch the campaign aimed at targeting coarse, game and…

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  • May152017

    Year of the Volunteer – Part III

    We enjoyed a River Walk on Sun 30th April with many new members and some not-so new. It was a…

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  • Jul012016

    ‘STOP THE SPREAD’ of Non Native Species

    If you are going on a fishing holiday or have just retuned please remember to ensure that all your equipment…

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  • Jun152016

    Fish, River and our safety

    We are starting to hear from members that they are catching nice fish along the river. This is always good…

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  • Jun052016

    Balsam Bashing

    “Balsam Bashing”. The Himalayan Balsam was first introduced into the UK in 1839 and is now classified as a Non-Native…

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  • May302016

    Spawn to be Wild

    Did you know the European eel breeds and spawns in the Sargasso Sea near Bermuda, from where they make the…

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  • May072016

    What are the fish eating in the Little River Avon?

    Come and find out! At the AGM a number of members asked if an event could be held so that…

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  • Aug302015

    Killer Shrimp

    Could all members of the Syndicate please be on the lookout for the worryingly named Killer Shrimp (Dikerogammarus villosus) when…

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  • Nov302010

    Little River Avon Riverfly Monitoring

    Representatives from the Berkeley Estate Fishing Syndicate, Charfield Angling Association and the Tortwoth Estate met with Fiona Bowles of Wessex…

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