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Working for the future of hunting.

Our relentless campaigning has guaranteed that we continue to enjoy our rural activity. We continue to work tirelessly to protect your sport and we use our resources wisely.

Promoting and defending shooting for future generations

We are part of an award-winning organisation that uses its political, PR and campaigning skills to get the very best results for everyone who enjoys shooting. We’re taking shooting seriously – are you?

Working together for the future of Angling

We work in partnership with the Ulster Angling Federation and other Angling organisations to campaign for anglers rights and conservation of wild salmonid stocks. We seek fair access to angling waters for the local Angler. Together we are a strong voice for the conservation of salmon both nationally and internationally


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Meeting of the PAW NI Poaching Sub Group

PAW NI Poaching Sub Group meets at the Loughs Agency

Tuesday, 9 October 2018

A meeting of the PAW Northern Ireland Fin Poaching Sub Group was held on Monday 8 October in the Loughs Agency Headquarters in Prehen.

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Apply for fireworks licence in time for Halloween

Tuesday, 2 October 2018

Apply for fireworks licence in time for Halloween and use approved retailers. Anyone wishing to buy, possess or use fireworks must first obtain a licence. Licence applications for using fireworks over the Halloween period must be submitted to the Department of Justice no later than Tuesday 23 October 2018.

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Countryside Alliance Ireland meet with PSNI Firearms Chief

Thursday, 4 October 2018

Countryside Alliance Ireland’s Chief Executive, Lyall Plant, met with Nichola Murphy, Head of PSNI Firearms and Explosives Branch on Wednesday 3 October to discuss a number of topics.  These included the Auditor’s Report, general licence issues and the performance of the on line system.


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Blackwater Weir

Water users urged to take precautions to avoid spread of crayfish plague

Tuesday, 18 September 2018

Water users urged to take precautions to avoid spread of crayfish plague. The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs today urged water users, both recreational and commercial to take precautions when visiting the River Blackwater catchment in Co Tyrone.

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