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Search for the Nation's Best Loved and Most Neglected Rivers

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  • Search for the Nation's Best Loved and Most Neglected Rivers

    Issued by the Angling Trust, RSPB, Salmon and Trout Association and WWF-UK - CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL ARTICLE

    With only 5 per cent of rivers in England and Wales described as being in a pristine condition a new survey has been launched by a coalition of conservationists to celebrate and bring attention to some of Britain's best loved and long forgotten rivers.
    Simon Young
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    Think there will be a lot of suggestions because although our Rivers are cleaner than they have been for years
    The Fish and Fishing have been Neglected for years
    If they recieve any stockings of fish they never benefit ,because the fish that are stocked are always realy small ,
    Just the right size for cormorants / other predators and if they do survive most die in the floods
    Colin

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    • #3
      The upper R Don around Sheffield is a lovely river n stuffed with fish.This year a pal n i have had Roach Dace Chub Barbel Grayling Trout mostly on float tactics.Its free fishing too n most areas are easily acessible ,some of the fish are a good size too especially the Grayling which we have had to 2lb n Dace of nearly 1lb. I would urge anyone who loves rivers to give it a go.

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