Bailiff Awareness Days

PCFWW represents a group of Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire,Staffordshire & Cheshire Fly Fishing and Coarse Fishing Clubs, who collectively are protecting club fishing waters from illegal wildlife crime for future generations of anglers.

These fishing clubs are the custodians of our reservoirs, rivers, canals and ponds, arranging working party days throughout the year to repair river banks, improve habitat or create new fish spawning grounds to help protect the entomology of our river ecosystem and wildlife.

PCFWW encourage fishing bailiffs to work together, to share information and good practice in order to reduce crime and deter/disrupt persons fishing illegally. We can provide Bailiff Awareness Training to groups or provide bespoke security advice and one to one sessions in support of your Bailiffs / River Keepers.

Our Fishing Clubs 'Bailiffs,' are regularly patrolling club waters, monitoring for illegal fishing and wildlife crime.

These Club Bailiffs report any illegal fishing activity to the Police and the Environment Agency. Persons caught illegally fishing face prosecution.

Fishing Club Bailiffs monitor their waters for signs of water pollution which may kill fish or wildlife.

Pollution incidents should be immediately reported to the Environment Agency.

For further information on our Bailiff Awareness Courses or to discuss bespoke security options please contact us using the 'Contact Us' link.

PCFWW 'Bailiff Awareness Day' 22.10.2016