EFTTA welcomes first member from Lithuania
EFTTA saddened by untimely death of Chandra Tibrewal
Warning over increase in hydropower turbines in UK
The number of ‘fish mincing’ run-of-river hydropower turbines being built on waterways in England and Wales could turn a ‘trickle into a stream’.That’s the fear of the Angling Trust’s Technical Director, Alan Butterworth, following reports that the Environment Agency – the organisation that looks after the UK’s rivers – was planning to dramatically increase the number of turbines there. The move is part of the UK Government’s attempts to meet its ‘green’ targets on providing sustainable power.
Just 15 booths left for EFTTEX 2012 in Paris
There are just 15 booths available for next year’s EFTTEX in Paris. Helen Downey, EFTTEX Coordinator, said: “Stand bookings have been going really well and we strongly advise any companies that want to exhibit to book now to avoid being placed on a waiting list.
Richard Sanderson resigns from EFTTA Board
Richard Sanderson has resigned from the Board of EFTTA following his departure from Hardy
EFTTA office closed over Christmas period
Please note that the EFTTA offices will be closed over the Christmas period.
Rapala demonstrates its support of EFTTA
EFTTA joins battle against counterfeiters
EFTTA has stepped in to help a member company in its battle against counterfeiters.
Charity appeals for old fishing tackle to help disabled
A charity that is setting up an angling club for disabled war veterans and disabled children in London is appealing for old fishing tackle.
ASA honours members at New Orleans Summit
The American Sportfishing Association (ASA) has honoured two of its members for their outstanding contribution to angling.