We want to secure and conserve our fisheries and make sure they are suitable and well used by the many people who want to fish them.
We benefit greatly from the support of an expert Angling and Fisheries Advisory Group, which comprises a small number of skilled and experienced practitioners.
The group helps us chart a course through angling and fisheries management issues, especially those that may be innovative or controversial, to ensure fisheries and angling is appropriate, well managed, and reflects our charitable objectives.
The group’s chair is Professor Emeritus Ian Trayer. A lifelong angler, Ian is a retired professor of biochemistry with expertise in water chemistry.
Angling Trust South West regional development coach and committee member of Bathampton Angling Association.
Junior coaching development advisor and coach educator. Tony also brings professional health and safety experience to the group.
Junior coaching development advisor
Retired chairman of Fenton & District Angling Society and level 2 qualified and licensed level 2 coach. Director of the Professional Anglers Association and chair of Stoke on Trent City Waters Forum.
Fisheries Technical Specialist currently employed by the Environment Agency Anglian Region and match angler with the Browning Hotrods team.
Midlands based canal match angler
Director of Angling Trust, chairman of Angling Trust competitions committee and the angling representative on the Trust National Council. David is also secretary of the Long Eaton Victoria Angling Society, a post he has held for around 40 years.
Secretary of the South East FAAP steering group, fisheries manager for the Tring Reservoir complex and public relations manager of The Tring Anglers.
Secretary of one of the UK’s largest angling clubs Prince Albert Angling Society, Andy has a wealth of experience of commercial aspects of fisheries management.
Retired Environment Agency fisheries scientist
Head of community engagement
National fisheries and angling manager
Last date edited: 22 May 2017