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Reply to UK Consultation on Future Fisheries Policies

Reply to UK Consultation on Future Fisheries Policies

Specific Defra personnel dedicated to supporting and growing recreational Sea Angling UK Recreational Sea Angling suffers by not having staff within Defra dedicated to supporting and growing sea angling.  The growth potential of UK sea angling is huge, but it needs champions within Defra to ensure it

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Call For Bass Anglers With An Interest In Scientific Research

Call For Bass Anglers With An Interest In Scientific Research

Plymouth University and the Devon and Severn IFCA have successfully been awarded European funding to conduct a large scale bass tracking project in three estuaries of Devon. The project aims are to study; which habitats are used by, and movement of immature bass within and adjacent to

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Bass tidings…

Bass tidings…

As another year is drawing to a close, its time we thanked everyone that’s helped out. Be it during the campaigning, raising funds, or creating greater awareness throughout the past season. We are grateful for everything and the tremendous effort by all. It’s been a busy and

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Discards

Discards
We hear a lot about this from the commercial sector – how they have to throw back tonnes of perfectly good fish. While the whole sad and sorry incident on a recent BBC Spotlight programme highlighted this issue, it was a very biased account which reflected adversely
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Don’t be robbed.

Don’t be robbed.

If social media support or online talk was actions then already we would have secured our angling rights, along with safeguarding our public bass fishery. The alternative is that we are going to see our public fishery stolen from us, as its theft by any other name.

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