Mr Chris White – Treasurer and Vice Chairman
I started fishing when I was 4 fishing for roach and rudd in the ponds behind our house with one of my dad’s bamboo canes a float made from a seagull feather a bent pin and bread paste. I graduated to river fishing at around age 13 when a 40 mile round trip on my push bike would get me a days fishing on the Dee at Llangollen. I am now 63 which means I have been fishing on and off for 59 years. My tackle may be more expensive but I doubt that I catch more fish! During the last 59 years I never really stopped fishing it is just that I could not always find the time fish due to work and family commitments. At 55 I left my consulting job in London and returned to the North West becoming more involved in my local fishing club (ex Chairman and presently Treasurer) and then the Clwyd & Conwy Rivers Trust. In addition I am secretary for the Conwy Valley Fisheries & Conservation Association which has brought me into conservation work on the Conwy system. I am now retired but I am busier than ever working with the EA on the salmon stocking program on the Conwy and general bank and river maintenance on the waters my club own/lease.
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To report an environmental incident such as suspected poaching, pollution or wildlife crime, the dumping of hazardous or industrial waste and illegal abstraction from watercourses etc, call Natural Resources Wales’ incident hotline on 0300 065 3000 (24 hour service).
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