Interesantus datus par makšķerēšanas jomas tautsaimniecisko nozīmi var atrast pētījumā, kurā atspoguļota situācija Anglijā. Zemāk citāts no anotācijas.
Value of freshwater angling in England, key findings.
The total number of angling days in 2015 (22.3 million) was down 22% from 2005 (28.5 million).
The largest proportion of angling days was spent coarse fishing (over three-quarters of the total). Carp was the most sought after coarse fish.
Most of the angling activity took place in lakes, reservoirs and ponds.
Total non-trip related expenditure in 2015 is estimated at around £680 million. This included items such as clothing, media, tackle and club memberships. More than half of this expenditure was on tackle and equipment (56% of the total).
Non-trip related expenditure supported over 10,700 FTE jobs and contributed £583 million to household incomes in 2015
Across all types of fishing, the total trip-related expenditure in 2015 is estimated at £1.06 billion. The highest percentages were spent on bait and transport (25% and 20% of total expenditure respectively).
In 2015, trip-related expenditure supported 16,150 FTE jobs and contributed £882 million to household incomes.
The current survey indicates that, on average, anglers spent £10 more per trip in 2015 compared with the 2005 survey.
Main findings from 2015 angler expenditure survey 2015
Total number of angling days in 2015 22.3 million
Total number of days spent:
- coarse fishing 19.7 million
- carp fishing 7.44 million
- fishing for brown trout, rainbow trout or grayling 2.4 million
- fishing for salmon and sea trout 134,000
Total number of days spent fishing in :
- lakes, reservoirs and ponds 15.5 million
- rivers or streams 5.4 million
- canals 1.4 million
Total non-trip related expenditure in 2015 £680 million
GVA from anglers’ non-trip related expenditure £583 million
FTEs from anglers’ non-trip related expenditure 10,700
Total trip-related expenditure in 2015 £1.06 billion
Total trip-related expenditure by:
- coarse anglers £944 million
= trout and grayling anglers £115 million
- salmon and sea trout anglers £7.3 million
GVA from anglers’ trip-related expenditure £882 million
FTEs from anglers’ trip-related expenditure 16,150
Income supported (GVA) from total anglers’ expenditure £1.46 billion
Employment (FTE jobs) supported by total anglers’ expenditure 27,000
19. 12. 2018.
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