Those who consider a visit to England's largest lake to be a great opportunity to get their fishing tackle
ready have been invited to take part in a consultation about the use of Windermere.
A six-hour drop-in session will take place at the Windermere Lake User Forum in Bowness on April 10th, giving lake users the chance to have their say on a range of issues, the National Park Authority has noted.
The national park's catchment projects co-ordinator Suzy Grindley said this was an occasion lake users should make the most of.
She stated: "It simply is their special chance to come and let us know their opinions about how the lake can be improved and make us aware of the issues that concern them."
Matters discussed at previous forums included sewage pollution and the effects of last autumn's flooding, the authority noted, both of which may concern anglers.
There are a number of places where people can go fishing on the lake, with the Low Wood Watersports Centre offering boats for hire and noting that trout, perch, roach and char can all be caught in the lake.
Posted by Brandon Egley