New trade partner Korum to support the work of the Angling Trust

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The Angling Trust is delighted to announce that Korum, producers of high-quality tackle for pleasure and specialist anglers, have agreed to become a Trade Associate partner for the next 12 months.

As part of the agreement, Korum will play an active role in supporting the essential work of the Trust including campaigns to protect waterways for the benefit of fish, fishing and the environment, and growing our sport by encouraging more people to take up fishing.

Korum tackle is designed for the modern angler, offering top quality products that will help transform fishing for the better. Covering all the major tackle areas, Korum, which is part of the Fox International Group, is the perfect choice for a wide range of methods and species, from pleasure angling on day ticket ‘commercial’ fisheries through to serious specimen fishing on stillwaters and rivers.

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Rob Hall, Korum Media Manager said:

“We are delighted to have become a Trade Associate with the Angling Trust, and we look forward to working with the Angling Trust in the future to help improve a wide variety of aspects within angling. If you want to continue to enjoy your hobby and preserve this wonderful sport for future generations then please join the Trust today because your membership fee really can make a difference.”

John Cheyne, Angling Trust Marketing, Membership & Communications Manager, said:

“We are delighted to welcome Korum as an Angling Trust Trade Associate. It’s clear that the Korum team are passionate about our campaign work to protect our waters from pollution and other threats, and fully support our initiatives to get more people to take up fishing. I look forward to working with Rob and the Korum team throughout the year.”

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Surely it would be better for the holding company to make a larger investment on behalf of all the smaller firms... I would have thought that getting all of the trade associations involved would be more beneficial to Angling and the waterways as a whole and give the AT more clout on the political front in fighting pollution and water waste by the water companies...

I'm sorry but the AT are seriously missing the point here... I know I've never been a fan of them... but really they need to get their act together, leave out running competitions, and concentrate on lobbying parliament to clean up the rivers and curb the water companies mismanagement of a vital resource... only then will I contribute to its running
 

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Surely it would be better for the holding company to make a larger investment on behalf of all the smaller firms... I would have thought that getting all of the trade associations involved would be more beneficial to Angling and the waterways as a whole and give the AT more clout on the political front in fighting pollution and water waste by the water companies...

I'm sorry but the AT are seriously missing the point here... I know I've never been a fan of them... but really they need to get their act together, leave out running competitions, and concentrate on lobbying parliament to clean up the rivers and curb the water companies mismanagement of a vital resource... only then will I contribute to its running
They need to run competitions as match anglers and fishing clubs provide an income for the AT.
 
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