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Title: Fish Guide 1997/98 A Guide to day ticket fisheries in the Midlands
Author: Environment Agency Midlands Region
Document Type: Monograph
Abstract:
This document provides guidelines to anglers in the Midlands with regards to fishing licenses, fay tickets and information on different locations. The Midlands Region of the Environment Agency stretches from the Humber estuary in the north to the Severn estuary in the south and from the Welsh borders to the East Midlands. For Fisheries purposes, the area covered and officers responsible remain the same as those encompassed by the former NRA Severn and Trent catchment boundaries . With over 7000 km of river, almost 1000 km of canal and an increasing number of stillwaters, the Region contains an extremely varied and important fisheries resource. All the major rivers and canals support valuable coarse fisheries along much of their length. The Midlands Region contains some of the largest and most important rivers in the country Rivers such as the Trent, Avon and Severn have all hosted national and international angling championships. Other rivers such as the Teme, Dove and Derwent are prized for individual catches of barbel, chub, salmon and trout.
Publisher: Environment Agency
Publication Date: 1997
Publication Place: [Solihull]
Subject Keywords: RiversRiver fisheriesFishing licensesEnvironment AgencyAnglingCoarse fishes
Geographic Keywords: Midlands (England)
Extent: 106
Permalink: http://www.environmentdata.org/archive/ealit:881
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