There are often comments from anglers that work carried out by rivers trusts is not doing enough for anglers – this is not their role!
The role of rivers trusts is to develop and work on projects that restore river habitat and improve water quality this, in the longer term, will enable fish populations to improve and therefore improve angling opportunities. Below is the latest newsletter from the North Wales Rivers Trust showing the work that the Trust has been undertaking so far this year. To read this you will need view this in full screen (click the [ ] box in the bottom right) and then use the arrows to change the page. At the May club meeting will have a presentation from the Dee Trust on the work they are doing on the Dee and its tributaries and provide an opportunity for members to understand why this work is important particularly for migratory fish stocks.