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The Irish experience

Since the 1980s, Ireland’s bass stocks have been managed with a view to long term sustainability of the resource, and recreational angling’s contribution as an income generator through local and long distance tourism. National legislation supports this strategy by banning most commercial netting of bass. As a

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Dealings with MAFF & CEFAS

As the weeks and months of 1999 moved on, the tireless efforts of Malcolm Gilbert and Bob Cox showed benefits in that for the first time they were being invited to make the case for recreational bass angling directly to MAFF and Government representatitives. Now at last

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BASS Restoration Project

By November 1999, the Project had been running for 18 months, and things were happening at such a pace that we felt the need to communicate with our members and contributors by a newsletter. Peter Macconnell took on the role of producing Newsletter No: 1 (Winter 1999),

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Anglers object to MAFF

In response to the recent MAFF consultation – Proposed conservation measures for the offshore spring bass fishery (15 October 1999), anglers produced a number of robust arguments, including: The data presented in MAFF Pilot Study Report M0802 give unequivocal evidence that the fishery is not sustainable. This

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