The latest edition of the FREE NFA newspaper, Anglers’ Lines, is now available in selected tackle shops for anglers to pick up and find out the latest developments in their Governing Body.

The Anglers’ Lines, is created by the NFA to help inform anglers on the latest news within their sport and also show we are supporting the sport through our coaching, education and club development programmes.

In this edition we provide an update on the close season which we have addressed in previous papers. We also cover the latest issues which affect everyone in the sport, including articles on sea angling and proposed licensing introductions. We also ask are utility companies taking their responsibility to anglers seriously?

We also show the latest ways that the NFA has been working all over the country to help introduce more people into the sport through our coaching and education initiatives. Including our South West regions superb achievement of introducing over 2,000 people.

The paper also features a round up of the national and international competitions which have taken place over the summer, with an exclusive interview from World Champion, Alan Scotthorne.

In a new feature this month, you can also read notes from the Specimen Hunter himself, Julian Taylor Clubs & Volunteers Development Officer for the Angling Development Board who will give you some great tips to get the most out of your fishing this winter.

Finally, you also have the chance to win a free copy of John Wilson’s latest book, ‘John Wilson’s, 1001 Top Angling Tips’.

To find your local stockist of the Anglers’ Lines please visit the NFA online tackle shop directory at which lists all stores whom have partnered with the NFA to stock copies of the newspaper.

Tom Goldspink, Marketing & Development Officer for the NFA stated, “The Anglers’ Lines has gone from strength to strength since we launched the newspaper over a year ago. With a growing circulation helping more and more people see what is happening within angling, I would urge every angler to go down to their local tackle shop and pick up their free copy.”