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PostSubject: Angling Trust Survey   Tue Jul 10, 2012 7:49 pm

Only takes a few minutes to fill in

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PostSubject: Re: Angling Trust Survey   Tue Jul 10, 2012 7:50 pm

done it m8 and the sea fishing one
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PostSubject: Re: Angling Trust Survey   Tue Jul 10, 2012 8:03 pm

DOne it as well, as should all Anglers, but I expect less then 1000 out of all the Anglers will
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PostSubject: Re: Angling Trust Survey   Tue Jul 10, 2012 8:36 pm

Done. First one made me think. How did you get started in angling.

As far as I can remember, my dad bought me a fishing set when I was about 10, but didn't know how to fish himself. Basically had to work it out ( on the Thames). Will and I still laugh at his fishing style - get the biggest hook you can, stick a lump of bait on it, cast out and wait...
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PostSubject: Re: Angling Trust Survey   Tue Jul 10, 2012 10:07 pm

Heard about it on the Cemex forum and did it earlier today.
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PostSubject: Re: Angling Trust Survey   Tue Jul 10, 2012 10:14 pm

Done.


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PostSubject: Re: Angling Trust Survey   Tue Jul 10, 2012 11:26 pm

Im in
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PostSubject: AT survey   Thu Jul 12, 2012 9:25 pm

AT sent me an e-mail with it, i have completed the survey however i think they need to ask a lot more questions to get any decent feedback.
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PostSubject: Re: Angling Trust Survey   Thu Jul 12, 2012 10:17 pm

done hope it makes a diffrence
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PostSubject: Re: Angling Trust Survey   Fri Jul 13, 2012 3:16 am

Agree Andy, questions could be better and not sure the question about how the licence fee is spent % is good news. The EA are the best people to spend the licence fee on fisheries work etc, it being outside of them would set a dangerous president for sure. That question could be asked by the Trust in say 10 years time or more, but not now. Just think the RSPB have been around for 125 years as a single organisation, just an example.

Rolling 365 days licence? again yes why not but if it comes back and says people agree but dont want to pay more then if it got changed, our licence money would be spent on more admin.

Anyway it is good that this is happening so get on it lads cheers

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PostSubject: Re: Angling Trust Survey   Fri Aug 03, 2012 3:36 pm

Second National Angling Survey Launched After Overwhelming Response

With nearly 30,000 anglers completing the National Angling Survey in less than a month, the Angling Trust and Environment Agency have today launched the second phase of the research, this time targeting organisations.

Anyone who is involved in angling participation projects, angling clubs, fisheries, tackle shops and trade or who has worked with angling for wider social benefits is encouraged to take part. The Angling Organisation Survey asks detailed questions of those running angling projects and will take about 20 minutes to complete. It aims to find out what techniques have been most successful in getting more people fishing more often, and where more support is needed for the growing number of organisations involved in angling participation and social projects.

The survey remains open until the end of August and is hosted on the Angling Trust web site at:

www.anglingtrust.net/anglingorganisationsurvey

Angling Projects, Get Hooked on Fishing, Dreamstore, Fishing for Heroes, Fishing for Forces, Casting for Recovery and Fishing For Schools are all examples of highly successful programmes that are boosting angler numbers and also boosting health, wellbeing and community cohesion through angling. The number of people working in this sector at a local level has exploded in recent years; now there are hundreds of people working locally and nationally to increase angling participation and to use angling to improve people’s lives. Along with the National Angling Survey, this research with angling organisations will help inform a National Angling Participation Plan (NAPP) for England and Wales, which is being co-ordinated by the Angling Trust, as the National Governing Body for angling in England.

The Plan aims to encourage greater partnership working between many organisations taking part, and to create pathways for new anglers to follow so that when they leave one project they are able to take the next steps to taking up angling for life. The NAPP will also create an impressive overall picture of all the pieces in the angling jigsaw to potential funders.

More than 40 professionals from the angling world, including large national organisations such as the National Trust, the Canal and Rivers Trust and The Rivers Trust met up in Birmingham with staff and volunteers from bodies such as the Albrighton Trust, the Masonic Fishing Charity, the Wheelyboat Trust and the Community Angling Regeneration Project (CARP) at an event organised by the Angling Trust last week. At a very positive and constructive meeting, these experts provided important input to the development of the NAPP, which will be completed in the autumn.

Mark Lloyd, chief executive of the Angling Trust said: “We are delighted with the response to the individuals survey and also from the many people who gave up their time to support the event last week. There is so much fantastic work going on around the country to improve and increase angling, but far too often the hard work of volunteers and staff is not reported outside angling and so it doesn’t get the support it deserves. We want to shout about angling’s achievements from the rooftops, and this Plan will help us do that.”

Richard Wightman, Angling Manager at the Environment Agency said: “Holding such a positive, collaborative meeting as the one we had last week would have been unthinkable a decade ago. We might have got forty people in a room but there wasn’t the agreement or capacity to deliver ambitious programmes afterwards. Angling has achieved a huge amount in recent years through the dedication and co-operation of a wide range of organisations. The NAPP aims to continue that process and to develop a clear strategy for the future of angling for the next generation. We are very pleased to be able to support its development and look forward to seeing the final report in the autumn.”
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PostSubject: Re: Angling Trust Survey   Fri Aug 03, 2012 3:37 pm

Original survey is here, 30,000 so far, add you voice...


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