Whether you are an existing Angling Club already represented on the FishPal site or an Angling Club that would like more information on just how we can help you maximise the marketing opportunities of your clubs fishing, we would welcome the opportunity to speak to you to explore how we might be of help.
We are currently developing new features exclusively for the benefit of Angling Clubs which we think will be really helpful for you. To find out more, please follow the link to complete the registration form below and we will be in touch just as soon as we can.
Some of the areas we can help you with are as follows:
Help and support to mitigate membership decline as a result of mandatory catch and release;
Provide direct assistance and guidance for angling clubs through a marketing and promotion strategy to advertise catch and release as a sustainable and desirable activity;
Promote catch and release more widely as a sustainable method;
Support angling clubs to improve catch reporting to feed into the Conservation Plan process;
Promote good handling practice;
Help with membership fee gathering using our On-line booking system
From the Scottish Government - 'As many of you are aware a number of angling clubs expressed concern during the extensive consultation period about the impact of mandatory catch and release and potentially on angling participation.
To help mitigate this potential impact the Scottish Government announced a funding package of up to £100,000 to support clubs concerned about the impact of the measures. I am now pleased to announce that FishPal have been appointed as the delivery partner for the programme to promote catch and release as a sustainable activity.'
A partnership that brings the expertise of FishPal with their numerous contacts and knowledge of fishing to the very heart of the proposed support on offer to Angling Clubs across the country.
Using all their experience of dealing with beats, rivers and clubs across the country and sharing best practices there is much they can help you with so please do get in touch using the form below.
FishPal's latest report to the Scottish Government is here