Go Fishing NI takes up the ANLRS banner in Northern Ireland

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The Anglers National Line Recycling Scheme (ANLRS) is delighted to announce that Go Fishing NI will be acting as co-ordinators for the scheme in Northern Ireland as of May 2019.

Go Fishing NI is a non-profit organisation that was set up in 2016 to promote all aspects of angling in Northern Ireland. Their hard-working team consists entirely of volunteers, who have a passion for angling and who give up their time to work with fisheries, clubs, tackle shops and other organisations and businesses, helping them promote the great work they are doing, that supports and develops angling in N. Ireland. Through their monthly angling magazine, Go Fishing NI Magazine, all disciplines of Northern Irish angling are reported on, as well as angling a little further afield.

The organisation will promote the ANLRS across Northern Ireland through its magazine and social media platforms and act as the point of registration for any fisheries, tackle shops or angling clubs that want to become recycling locations. The group will be seeking funding, from local sources, to enable them to supply businesses that register with an ANLRS line recycling bin.

Once the line has been collected, Go Fishing NI will act as a central collection point for the mono, braid and fly lines from where they will send it direct to the UK based recycler, The Maltings Organic Treatment Ltd.

Go Fishing NI has signed up to the ANLRS participation charter that details how any co-ordinator group must take the scheme forward there and continue the ethos in which the ANLRS was set up. In brief, this is to run a transparent non-profit, volunteer lead, donation funded scheme that is run by anglers for anglers.

Angler’s National Line Recycling Scheme (ANLRS) Contact Details:

Viv Shears

Email: anglersnlrs@gmail.com

Web: www.anglers-nlrs.co.uk

Facebook: ANLRS Facebook Page

Instagram: ANLRS Instagram

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Mick Clifford