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Bass Anglers March In Cornwall, But The Minister Has Left Town

Bass Anglers March In Cornwall, But The Minister Has Left Town

150 anglers gathered in Camborne today to protest against the changes in bass regulations introduced this year. We weren’t protesting against change: we were protesting about the lack of change for our bass AND the utterly unfair balance of the changes made (for details why we are

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A Demonstration Against Unfair And Insufficient Bass Regulations

A Demonstration Against Unfair And Insufficient Bass Regulations

New bass regulations fail to properly protect the bass stocks, prevent anglers from keeping any bass they catch for 6 months a year, yet allow commercial gill netters to continue to catch bass AND with an increased monthly limit. If you want to express your anger and

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Eating an Elephant Faster – A Bass Campaigning Update.

Eating an Elephant Faster - A Bass Campaigning Update.

A year ago I interviewed Nigel Horsman and David Curtis at the BASS AGM and asked what we needed to do help get better protection for our bass. Nigel likened our huge task to eating an elephant but reminded us it was achievable if we approached it

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Making your lures more bass friendly

Making your lures more bass friendly

  Switching to singles – making your lures more bass friendly. In light of the new regulations, recreational anglers now face a six month catch and release period for the first half of 2016. Whether you agree with this or not, it seems a logical time to

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Urgent: Ask your MP to Support This Weeks Parliamentary Debate on Bass Angling and New Regulations

The debate in the House of Commons on Thursday (11th Feb) relating to our bass is fast approaching. Since blogging on this last week the actual title of the debate has been clarified to reflect that it is all about the concerns of us anglers to the

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