Hoveton Great Broad Update Nov 2019

You may or may not be aware of the major project being undertaking to restore Hoveton Great Broad within the Broads National Park. This is a scheme being managed by Natural England to restore the Broad to its former state to support many water plants, which have declined in recent decades. The scheme broadly follows…

Hoveton Great Broad Stance

BASG has engaged with the IFM to assessment the data and science associated with the closure to fish passage and bio-manipulation of  Hoveton Great Broad under a £4.5m restoration project being managed by Natural England. You can download the reports here: Hoveton Great Broad Bio-Manipulation Report on bioremediation of Hoveton Great Broad by exclusion of…

Lee Kerry promoting the Broads

England International angler Lee Kerry catches up with the EA’s fisheries technical specialist Steve Lane on the banks of the River Yare to talk about the important work being done for anglers on the Norfolk Broads. To learn more about fishing the Broads and how the Agency and the angling community work in partnership to…

BASG at the Broads Forum

Tony Gibbons BASG representative on the Broads Forum assisted by Kelvin Allen and John Currie attended yesterdays (30th July) Broads Forum, in spending an hour presenting the history of BASG and both it’s achievement and more importantly the challenges facing angling within the Broads. In a well attended forum made up of local stakeholders from across the…

Broads Lake Review Project

The Broads Authority is currently engaged in a wide reaching review of all it’s lakes with an aim to restore them back to their former glory and ability to support both recreation and wildlife. A recent workshop attended by a wide number of stakeholders heard the potential plans initially focussed around Hickling Broad and the material and outcomes…