North of the Tyne FLAG14th March 2017
To mark the start of the FLAG, an official launch event will be held between 15.00 and 18.00hrs at The Old Low Light Building,...
In 2012 NIFCA officers were tasked with collecting information on sea angling activities on the Northumberland coast to inform the CEFAS ‘Sea Angling 2012’ project, aimed at assessing the socio-economic importance of recreational sea angling for coastal communities throughout the British Isles.
This study highlighted the importance of sea angling within the NIFCA district and at the end of the project NIFCA developed a sea angling strategy. The key objectives of our sea angling strategy is to strengthen our relationship and open communication channels with the sea angling community as well as furthering our understanding of sea angling in the district.
This will be achieved through NIFCA officer presence at angling competitions and meetings, increased engagement with anglers on the coast and a new questionnaire targeted at anglers. We hope that anglers are also able to follow our work and contact us via Twitter and Facebook.
See the Sea Angling drop down menu for more information about sea angling within the NIFCA district and for links to relevant publications.