Anglers spend many hours outside observing nature and the fish they catch. They can recall how different species have come and gone and how average sizes and species have changed. Over a sea-angling career, this experience becomes a unique insight into the state of coastal fisheries. 

 Those who care most about the resource are most aware of how it has changed. Documenting the ‘then and now’ of an individual angler’s experience is potentially a valuable tool that we would like to use in understanding Irish fisheries.

This study relies on your knowledge and experience as a 'citizen scientist' angler. If you would like to contribute, please take 10 minutes to complete this survey which has questions on your angling ‘THEN’ and ‘NOW’. We would like to hear from sea anglers of all ages and ability.

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