The Pike Anglers Club can tonight announce it has taken over the management of leading pike fly fishing website pikeflyfishing.co.uk.
PAC webmaster Dave Lumb, who has redesigned the site, said: "Colin Brett has very kindly given the PAC the domain name and the contents of the site that he had built over the years.
"The PAC committee would like to thank Colin for this as the domain name is established and the site can become a valuable tool for attracting new members."
Dave said he hoped the site would become an important online resource for pike fly anglers.
"There is plenty of scope for expansion of the site to provided as good a resource for the pike fly fisher as the main PAC site has become for the general pike angler," he added.
"Towards that end we'd welcome input from our fluff-flinging members. What does it need? What would you like to see on it?
"Fly tying instructions would be most welcome for a start, but the site also needs a handling page dedicated to fly fishing rather than the current link out to the main PAC site."
The committee would also like to develop a recommended 'code' of tackle and practices to expand those on the main site.
"Thanks again to Colin for giving the club this opportunity," Dave said.