Mark Everard
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Mark is a noted specimen coarse angler, and a fly angler who also turns his hand to sea fishing.

Mark has been lucky to fish not merely in the UK but across five continents.

He is a regular contributor to the angling press (including a regular column in Waterlog) as well as an author of nine books on fish and fishing.

Mark has been involved with various influential organisations, including:

Former Director of the Anglers' Conservation Association (ACA) for many years until its transformation into Fish Legal, and the Angling Trust, also serving on the Moran Committee in that time

Today, Mark is science advisor to the Salmon and Trout Association

Mark is also founding Director of the Bristol Avon Rivers Trust
Mark continues to contribute to fishery conferences and to various public meetings and presentations.

Mark maintains a blog on his fishing and fish-related activities; have a look and see what’s new!

Mark’s done a of TV and video.  Someone has uploaded on YouTube a video produced by Steve Lockett of Mark winter trotting for roach and chub on the Bristol Avon.