Thames Conservancy - The Thames Fishery Byelaws 1914
The Thames Fishery Byelaws, 1914, published in February of that year by Thames Conservancy. Comprising of 17 pages the pamphlet would have cost you One Shilling. A fascinating document into how angling on the Thames was managed. It is interesting to note that an area of the river which is now popular with anglers at Sunbury 'from the "Magpie" Inn to Sunbury Weir, a distance of 683 yards or thereabouts' was marked out for the incubation of fish, and in the words of the Conservancy 'a place in which taking of fish restricted'.
City of London Thames Fishery Research Experiment 2003 Enamel Badge
A City of London Thames Fishery Research Experiment Enamel Badge for the year 2003. Awarded to each of the selected participants for the Angling Match at Tilbury which has been carried out annually by The City of London since 1969 to gauge the health of the river's stocks on a given tide. Participants are given one badge and if they are invited to fish in subsequent experiments they are awarded a bar.