The National Association of Fisheries and Angling Consultatives, NAFAC, in conjunction with the Environment Agency, is arranging a one-day fisheries seminar to be held at Phoenix House,
The seminar will host a series of presentations aimed at improving local angling and fisheries stakeholder groups’ representation and communication with the Agency and other bodies having an impact on fisheries.
Among the presentations will be talks on,
– Still Water Fisheries Management,
– Promoting Angling,
– Improving Fisheries Representation
– Habitat Improvement,
– Joint EA/Fishing Club Projects
– An Open Forum where delegates can ‘Ask the Experts’
There will also be an exhibition of the equipment used in successfully managing fisheries.
Admission is free and refreshments will be provided, but numbers are limited. Those wishing to attend, or seeking further details should contact NAFAC on 0121 454 2886, or Nafac@btopenworld.com.
The National Association of Fisheries and Angling Consultatives (NAFAC) is the national body of local and regional fisheries and angling consultatives (stakeholder groups) that together represent the views of over 400,000 anglers and others with an interest in our fisheries.