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The growing influence of digital communication in the fishing media is further underlined by the appointment of Thomas Allen as Digital Content Manager of US-based In-Fisherman magazine. The publication, founded 45 years ago and part of Outdoor Sportsman Group Publishing (OSG), says Allen will oversee all aspects of In-Fisherman’s digital platform as well as contributing […]The post In-Fisherman beefs up digital offering with new appointment appeared first on Angling International.
Carp fishing companies have lost another avenue for print advertising with the closure of Carpworld magazine, which ceased publication from the March issue. Writing to subscribers on its website, the ... ... is with deep regret that we inform you that Carpworld has ceased publication. It may return at some point in the future, […]The post Carp print magazine ceases publication after 354 issues appeared first on Angling International.
Fishing World has survived a major shift in the media landscape over the last decade and is this year celebrating its 50th year as Australia’s longest established angling magazine. The publication has successfully combined the disciplines of print, digital and social media to deliver a winning formula for the brand. Founder Ron Calcutta started Fishing […]The post Australian fishing magazine celebrates half-century appeared first on Angling International.
EFTTA and the European Anglers Alliance (EAA) have once again accused the European Parliament of discrimination in favour of the commercial fisheries sector following publication of the Parliament’s Western Mediterranean management plan. Last month EFTTA and EAA reacted angrily to the one-bass bag limit imposed in northern European waters, accusing the European Parliament of favouritism […]The post EFTTA and EAA accuse European Parliament of favouring commercial fisheries appeared first on Angling International.
Trade visitors to EFTTEX in June will be able to pick up the latest issue of Fishing & Travel magazine, the quarterly publication aimed at anglers seeking new fishing hot spots around the globe. If you can not wait until then, the issue is also available to view online by clicking here. This is the […]The post New issue of Fishing & Travel is now available online appeared first on Angling International.
The European Anglers Alliance (EAA), which represents the interests of three million members in Europe and beyond, has released a position paper on Marine Protected Areas (MPAs). Its publication follows a successful conference in the European Parliament where international speakers debated the management and benefits of angling within the areas. The EAA’s stance supports the […]The post EAA confirms its support for protected marine areas appeared first on Angling International.
As expected recreational sea anglers are being hit hard with the formal publication of EU Regulation 2018/120. While the commercial sector have had their quotas reduced the recreational sea angler is not permitted to retain any bass caught in ICESThe post Bass Regulations – Anglers Kill More Than Commercials Say ICES appeared first on Planet Sea Fishing.
Africa’s oldest recreational fishing magazine has changed hands. Tight Lines, which was established in 1960 by two avid anglers, was the only publication in South Africa that covered all species and angling disciplines in both freshwater and saltwater. It has now been taken over by All Lion Enterprises (Pty), of Johannesburg, the publisher of The […]The post Africa’s oldest fishing magazine under new ownership appeared first on Angling International.
The Tackle & Guns Show, once an annual fixture on the UK trade calendar, could be making a return. Nick Marlow, the owner of Tackle & Guns magazine, the publication that spawned the event, is considering resurrecting it next year. Marlow, who has experience in show production as well as media, purchased Tackle & Guns […]The post UK’s Tackle & Guns Show could be set for a return appeared first on Angling International.
From Hatch Magazine’s Online Publication Patagonia has never run a TV commercial. Not once. In 60 years. Since its earliest roots as Chouinard Equipment, a one-man operation run out of the back of Yvon Chouinard’s car, Patagonia has grown to … Continue reading →