EFTTEX 2009 Competition Winners
400 EFTTEX exhibitors and organisers gathered at the Gundel Restaurant in Budapest, Hungary on Saturday, 13th June to enjoy the annual International Business Reception. The Gundel, considered to be one of the World’s top ten restaurants was the venue for a fun night of dining, dancing and the prestigious EFTTEX 2009 Awards Ceremony.
EFTTA & EAA Gain Vital Clarification on Article 47
Art 47 - Promising new opinions from the EU Parliament's Fisheries Committee and the UK Fisheries Minister
EAA refutes Euromyth on Recreational Angling (Article 47)
- and requests the European Commission UK office in London to delete from its website the proclaimed Euromyth of 22 January: “No EU fish quotas for amateur anglers”, as we find the reasons for making this a Euromyth unfounded as explained in detail in this release.
EFTTA & EAA Back MEP Opposing Restrictions on Sea Anglers
The European Commission has proposed the EU Member States to adopt a new Control Regulation, with an Article 47, which could have a devastating impact on angling, tackle trade and other angling dependant businesses. The proposal might push Member States to introduce licenses for boats and anglers and to include anglers in the quota schemes.
THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT ADOPTS THE PAN EUROPEAN CORMORANT MANAGEMENT PLAN WITH AN OVERWHELMING MAJORITY
One of the most important decisions in European angling history took place on December 4th, 2008 as the European Parliament decided to support a pan-European Cormorant Management Plan.
EFTTEX 2009 BOOKINGS OFF TO A FANTASTIC START
Show space taken for Budapest exhibition closes in on the 6,000m2 mark
EFTTA BACKS FORMATION OF THE ANGLING TRUST IN THE UK
EFTTA, THE European Fishing Tackle Trade Association, has welcomed the formation of a new single body to represent angers interests in the UK.
NEW FIGURES RELEASED ON THE EUROPEAN CORMORANT POPULATION LEAVE UNANSWERED QUESTIONS
EFTTA, The European Fishing Tackle Trade Association, in a press release dated 10 October, criticised the delay in the publication of research into the size of the cormorant population in Europe, which was announced to be made public in September 2008.
EFTTEX GOES FROM STRENGTH TO STRENGTH: NEW FIGURES REVEAL