The just-released Environment Agency’s fisheries annual report reveals how nearly £22m in rod licence income – achieved through almost 935,000 […]
ATA’s first newsletter, Angling Trades Aspect No1 (ATAA1), was sent out to 63 primary contacts listed on the ATA members’ […]
China, having relaxed Covid restrictions on December 8th, is in the first phase of a massive wave of disease which […]
The European Fishing Tackle Trade Association plays a key role in safeguarding our sport and works closely with the Angling […]
The next Coarse Talent Pathway, backed by ATA member Korda’s Tackle Guru sister brand, is on course to deliver more […]
Working alongside Angling Trades Association chairman Andrew Race, Mike Heylin is the organisation’s vice chairman, a role which is as […]
In 2023, the UK’s Angling Trade Association will celebrate its 50th Anniversary. The ATA has come a long way since […]
Promotion of a healthy angling environment is a vital part of ATA’s work and its forthcoming industry standards will now […]
Fly fishing brand Snowbee UK is to go through some major changes at the top, with managing director Russell Weston […]
The ATA has made significant progress on a return to angling across all disciplines at the 2023 Game Fairs. Member […]
The National Angling Strategy Annual Report for 2021/22 has been released and focuses on a return to relative normality and […]
As the ATA looks forward to its 50th Anniversary in 2023, ATA member Reuben Heaton celebrates one hundred and sixty-five […]
Thanks to the support of members, ATA was able to fast track development of the new NFM and TAFF web […]
It’s finally here, the ATA has launched its first newsletter for many years and here’s why it matters so much. […]
2022 licence sales are down on 2021 figures almost across the board but, despite economic pressures on pastimes, junior licences […]
The ATA has published its online workgroup, board and AGM dates right through to December 2023 so you can plan […]
A number of key brands who are ATA members have scooped top honours in the EFTTEX 2022 Digital Best New […]
The cost of a fishing licence in England and Wales looks set to rise over the next three years – […]
From January 16th, 2023, rod fishing licences will no longer be available to purchase from the Post Office, the Environment Agency […]
Launching your latest gear to the world just got easier thanks to the EFTTEX Digital Best New Product competition – […]
The Environment Agency’s Fisheries Annual Report for 2020-21 is out now, detailing how the organisation spent your rod licence fee […]