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Angling FoundationAngling Foundation

The Angling Foundation is a non-political, non-profit making body which advises on angling and fish welfare issues.

Angling Trades AssociationAngling Trades Association

The Angling Trades Association represents angling manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, publishers and distributors and is the Voice of the British Angling trade.

Angling TrustAngling Trust

The Angling Trust is the single organisation to represent all game, coarse and sea anglers and angling in England

British Association Shooting & ConservationBritish Association Shooting & Conservation

Britain's largest country shooting organisation, representing and safeguarding the interests of all those who enjoy shooting sports.

British Shooting Sports CouncilBritish Shooting Sports Council

The umbrella group for shooting organisations throughout the UK

Clay Pigeon Shooting AssociationClay Pigeon Shooting Association

The National Governing body for clay target shooting in England

Countryside AllianceCountryside Alliance

Promotes the interests of rural people, including all field sports (hunting, shooting, fishing, falconry, ferreting, coursing, stalking).

European Fishing Tackle Trade AssociationEuropean Fishing Tackle Trade Association

EFTTA is a Trade Association for Manufacturers and Wholesalers of sportfishing equipment

Gun Trade AssociationGun Trade Association

The GTA is the UK's officially recognised body representing the legitimate sporting, recreational and professional gun trade, and its mission is to promote and protect the industry at all levels.

Muzzle Loaders Association of Great BritainMuzzle Loaders Association of Great Britain

The Governing Body for muzzle loading within the UK

National Rifle AssociationNational Rifle Association

Promoting Target Shooting Throughout the United Kingdom

Salmon & Trout AssociationSalmon & Trout Association

Game anglers for fish, people, the environment
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