Interim Reports 2010
We have produced a number of working papers and guidance documents aimed at practitioners.
Our research in 2009 identified four aspects of angling participation worthy of greater focus because of the positive outcomes they have for individuals and communities. The theme papers below explore each of the four areas and their relationship with angling participation in more detail, using data collected from fieldwork in 2010 as evidence
- Theme Paper 1: Social Aspects of Angling (PDF 258 KB)
- Theme Paper 2: Angling and Personal Health and Well-being (PDF 978 KB)
- Theme Paper 3: Angling and Physical Activity (PDF 541 KB)
- Theme Paper 4: Angling and the Environment (PDF 451 KB)
The following documents are from the 2010 report series "In Their Own Words: Young People's Angling Experiences". The reports are predominantly based on observations and interviews with young people collected from May 2009 to Nov 2010 and the Young People's Angling Survey 2010. Each document explores the 'lived experience' of angling from the perspective of young people.
In Their Own Words: Young People's Angling Experiences:
Assynt Angling Study
We have published two reports so far from the second year of the Assynt study in 2010. These are a survey of visiting anglers; and a more general visitor survey conducted in the area.
National Fishing Month Report 2010
We worked with the Angling Trades Association who run National Fishing Month to analyse statistics collected from a sample of participants.
- National Fishing Month Report 2010 (PDF 1.4MB)
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