Find out about our fisheries strategies, what we seek to deliver overall for fisheries and how you can play a greater role to help us protect and improve our environment and to help fishing contribute more to society.
Our fisheries strategy for 2006-2011
- Better fisheries for our nations
We want fisheries to play a greater role in England and Wales to encourage more people to help us protect and improve our environment and to help fishing contribute more to society.
Fishing for the future
- Angling in 2015
We want more people, from more backgrounds, fishing more often. Fishing for the future shows how we plan to do it, but why it's so important socially and economically.
National eel management Strategy
This strategy sets out our intentions for the next three years and represents a major step forward in the management of eels in this country, putting the UK at the forefront of these issues in Europe.
Sea Trout and Salmon Fisheries Strategy
Our goal in this strategy is for more sea trout and more salmon in more rivers bringing more benefit.
National Trout & Grayling Strategy
The aim of the strategy is to conserve and improve wild stocks of trout, sea trout, char and grayling, while enhancing the environment for all types of fisheries for these species in England and Wales. It also aims to enhance the social and economic benefits derived from these fisheries.
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