Internet Angling TV channel has made a show about the launch of the Angling Trust, the sport’s new umbrella governing – and it’s free to view.
Filmed in grand surroundings in Fishmongers Hall, London, the programme presented by Gareth Purnell includes interviews with luminaries like parliamentary spokesman for angling Martin Salter, international events manager Dick Clegg and five times world champion Alan Scotthorne about why success for the Angling Trust is so crucial.
Paul Knight of the Salmon and Trout Association is also put on the spot as to why his organisation is the only major angling body to opt out of the Angling Trust.
Also featuring Keith Arthur and Angling Trust chairman Mark Lloyd, the 10-minute show is completely free to view by going to and clicking on the ‘Free To View’ button. already has around 60 shows to view, around half of which are completely new and exclusive to the channel. Trailers of all the programmes are free to view, while to watch the shows in full you need to take a six-month membership costing £4.95 per month.