At Daiwa we believe that we have the best mix and calibre of consultants across all the disciplines of angling. Our selected anglers are skilled in their field but more importantly they are also worthy ambassadors of our sport.
It is thanks to this investment in experience and knowledge that our designs, innovations and products deliver the performance and quality that the Daiwa name stands for.

Througout the year the members of the Daiwa consultancy team will be fishing in a wide variety of angling situations, and our aim is to keep you informed of what is happening in the world of the Daiwa Consultant.

We will be bringing you updates on tackle and tactics, news of various events, and exclusively for the web-site, special feature articles from the consultants.

We hope you will want to visit the site regularly, you'll never be more than a click away from an interesting read.


Individually, with Will, Sandra, Kieron, Michael and Steve, and squad wise with Daiwa Dorking, Trentman, and Gordon League teams, Daiwa are justifiable proud of their consultants/teams records.


Individually, with Will, Sandra, Kieron, Michael and Steve, and squad wise with Daiwa Dorking, Trentman, and Gordon League teams, Daiwa are justifiable proud of their consultants/teams records.


Any company would be proud to have these three anglers on their consultancy team, and Daiwa are no exception.


Hywel Morgan requires little introduction to the fly fishing scene. A World casting champion, International fly fisherman, instructor and guide his prowess at casting and fishing has taken him around the globe.


Paul and Steve can boasts angling CV's that any angler would be proud of. Between them they have a comprehensive knowledge of the world of sea angling, whether afloat or from the shore.


08 October 2018
I knew it was good news when it was announced that the 2018 qualifier for the World Club Feeder Championships would be on the Gloucester Canal. Two reasons really: firstly, it’s good to keep up the canal’s profile and availability for these events; secondly, I knew we would have a chance of winning it whatever the competition we were faced with. I am also in a privileged position in as much as I fished a World Club Float Championship in the Czech Republic in 2000 and I know it’s a once in a lifetime experience, so I was excited that other younger members of the Daiwa Gordon League squad could also share that opportunity.
02 October 2018
Ashmead has to be one of the most atmospheric carp waters in the country and I have some wonderful memories of sessions spent there. It’s not the easiest water I’ve ever fished and by no stretch of the imagination would I call it a runs water, but the rewards can be very special. When I go to Ashmead, I know I’m going to be in good company with idyllic surroundings but catching will require that I work hard and have luck on my side.
28 August 2018
Daiwa Gordon League manager Mark Treasure reports back after a busy weekend of team events! It’s been a period of hectic activity for Daiwa Gordon League, culminating in the Division 1 National Championships on the River Trent near Nottingham last Saturday and the final round of the South West Super league on the Bristol Avon at Newbridge last Sunday. For the national we learnt a long time ago that rivers are very rarely method waters, so for us practice takes the form of a recce really, find your way around, get a few rigs right and then pick an experienced team for the match itself.
19 July 2018
The football World Cup may be over, but another great sporting events kicks off in less than two weeks. National Fishing Month (NFM) 2018 - the highlight of the fishing year – begins on 27th July and gives everyone the chance to give angling a go under the guidance of specially-trained experts. And everything is free!
19 June 2018
I locked the gate, returned to the car and sat for a second. Two thoughts crossed my mind, one I was shattered and two what a fabulous day I’d just had. I’d been invited by Gary Wright, Junior Section Leader, for Nottingham Piscatorial Society to join them for their first Junior Carp Academy and it’s fair to say it had gone well, writes Daiwa consultant Brian Skoyles.