More fish = more anglers = more profit: Part 2

Last time, I discussed the lack of acknowledgement to the economic impact of sea angling by decision makers managing marine fish stocks in the UK. In this blog, I want to explore the linkage between fish availability and level of angling. In the USA, there is an organisation that represents the trade interests for angling. … Continue reading More fish = more anglers = more profit: Part 2

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More fish = more anglers = more profit

During the last 15 years, there have been a number of scientific studies to assess the economic impacts of Recreational Sea Angling (RSA). Some have been localised, such as the Invest in Fish project based in the south west, whilst others, such as the Drew Report, looked at England & Wales. The most recent and … Continue reading More fish = more anglers = more profit