Government – Failure to Take Action On Bass Stocks

The Angling Trust has written to UK Fisheries Minister George Eustice calling on him to introduce a series of conservation measures to protect UK bass stocks in the face of the latest scientific advice from the International Council for the Exploration of the Seas (ICES), which has

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Bass on Kent & Essex IFCA agenda . . .

Bass are on the agenda at the Kent & Essex IFCA meeting on 4th September. One of the papers: Kent & Essex IFCA We read:   “Sea bass is a key fin fish species to commercial netters and trawlers as well as the angling community.” Wouldn’t it be more appropriate and

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Ireland – New Management Measures for Bass

An announcement from Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI) details national policies for the management of trout, pike and bass. The IFI is the state agency responsible for the protection conservation, management and promotion of Ireland’s inland fisheries and sea angling resources: Press Release The IFI chairman, Mr Brendan O’Mahony,

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Time to stand up and be counted . . . .

Henry Gilbey needs no introduction . . . possibly even to non-anglers (because of his TV series). He has long been a staunch supporter of our aims and, recently, through his Blog, has been encouraging anglers to overcome their apathy . . . . “I was contacted

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Why the Hell can’t we have action on Bass?

Says Martin Salter in his recent Angling Trust ‘blog’ . . . . “I love catching bass on lures. They are a great surface predator that hits hard and they are the nearest thing we’ve got in the UK to some of the warm water sportsfish that I

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