Sea Angling Diary Project (External)

The Sea Angling Diary Project is in its fifth year! Take part this year and join over 2,000 UK sea anglers that are recording their angling activity for this important project.

The Sea Angling Diary Project is for UK sea anglers to help improve the sustainable management of marine stocks and demonstrate the value of sea angling. The project is delivered by Substance and the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas) on behalf of all the UK governments and devolved administrations. It helps report the activity, catches and value of recreational sea angling to assist better informed decision making.

Some exciting new features were introduced in 2019, and participants are now able to record the species they target during a fishing trip. In addition to this, diarists can opt to share some details of their fishing trips to a shared activity dashboard. The biggest development in 2019 however was the launch of the Sea Angling Diary Mobile App, for Android and iOS. This free app is available to everyone that takes part in the project and allows you to record your catch on the go!

You could also win prizes from Fishing Megastore, Sea Angler magazine and Amazon if you take part.

You can find out more about the project and the mobile app from the website