The Broads are a very special living, working landscape and an important centre for navigation and leisure activities such as angling. The natural beauty of the Broads landscape and its importance for wildlife is reflected by a number of National, European and International conservation designations, including Special Areas of Conservation and Sites of Special Scientific Interest.
By necessity, this delicate balance of interests leads to a complex management system for the area involving local authorities, Natural England, the Broads Authority, the Environment Agency, Norfolk Wildlife Trust and other specialist interests including, of course, anglers.
The Angling Trust recognizes the value of the Broad land both in terms of it’s social economic and environment value, with it being Englands largest fresh water fishery.We wish to work with the BASG and key partners to ensure these values are both maintained and enhanced so they can be enjoyed by all for the future.
The site brings you both high and detailed level maps along with infomation on all public fishing venues on the Broads. It also contains EA Hydro survey results mapped into Google to complement where to fish.
Tips & Tricks
Clicking on the image below will take you to our tips and tricks section. With some stunning graphics by Dave Batten, we might be able to help you land "the one that got away"....