Broadland Pike

Broadland Pike is a film about the conservation and preservation of Pike as a species on the beautiful Norfolk Broads. We look at how Pike has become a species in peril. We also delve into the history of fishing on the Norfolk Broads and its importance as an ecological site.

Broadland Pike was commissioned by the Broads Angling Strategy Group (BASG) and the Pike Anglers Club of Great Britain (PAC) with support coming from the Environment Agency.

With contributions coming from Stephen Harper (Pike historian/author), Graham Booth (Pike historian), Martyn Page (author/tackle dealer), Steve Lane (Fisheries Technical Specialist, Environment Agency), Chris Bielby (Broads Water Framework Specialist, Natural England), Dave Horton (Piker), Steve Rodwell and professional pike angler Mick Brown, Broadland Pike brings together Britain’s top Piking minds in aid of Pike conservation.

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