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PLEASE NOTE THAT FISHING ON CANAL & RIVER TRUST WATERWAYS NOW REQUIRES AN ANNUAL"WATERWAYS WANDERERS TICKET" & CERTAIN STRETCHES ARE LEASED BY ANGLING CLUBS WHICH MAY REQUIRE FURTHER SEASON / DAY PERMITS


Fishing Tourism

In recent years fishing tourism has increased throughout the UK. Fishermen from all over Europe and even from all over the world are flocking to locations around England, Wales, Ireland and Scotland for the unique experience of fishing the many great locations available.

The range of options possible is astounding and means that there is something for everybody. Whether you are a Norwegian restaurateur or a Japanese executive, as long as you have a fondness for hip waders and worms (or flies), there is probably a unique UK fishing experience waiting for you.

A sub-trend of this movement towards fishing tourism is the inclusion of language instruction into day to day activities. Obviously these are aimed at foreign visitors! The amazing point of these programs is that people who want to learn English, can learn the language not only in an English speaking country, but doing an activity that they love. The group or one-on-one classes takes the student outside and into their element where they learn in a real-life situation. Clearly this is much more fun and probably much more helpful than sitting in an English school in London.

And this notion of learning a language doing an activity you're passionate about isn't just happening in the UK. You can learn Spanish while surfing in Mexico, learn French taking a wine tour of Burgundy, or learn Thai while volunteering in impoverished communities in Thailand. These programs around the world let you travel to exotic locations, and if you have the urge (and the cash) to travel to a foreign country and learn a new language, the possibilities are endless. And the UK happens to have fantastic fishing opportunities that draw people from around the globe to learn the language and who prefer these experiences rather than learning English in London in a more traditional setting. And I can't blame them!

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