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Recent measures make little impact to save our bass: demand politicians do more!

Recent measures make little impact to save our bass: demand politicians do more!

The European Union’s own scientist state we need an 80% reduction in bass landings to prevent imminent stock collapse, yet early French statistics for the year to date show bass catches are down only 14% ! The temporary suspension of “pair trawling” announced in January was a

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Save our sea bass campaign: an update

David Curtis has provided this update on our ongoing campaign to bring about the necessary 80% reduction in landings of our bass. It will go out to the thousands who signed our 38 degrees “saveourseabass” petition. The bottom line is we need to continue to demonstrate we

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Finding bass

The vast majority of fishing chatter tends to be about tackle. Anglers entering the sport often seek reassurance that they have the ‘right’ gear to enable them to catch bass. The huge choice of rods, reels, lures and associated kit can be a massive distraction. If you

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New Feed Shallow

Here on the BASS Blog, we tend to stay away from doing too many gear reviews. They get well covered elsewhere, and people get pretty animated about it all. However, the new Feed Shallow has to get a mention. The Tackle House Feed Shallow has become a

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Winter preparations

For most, the bass season is well and truly over, and we’re in the midst of the long painful wait for the new season to begin. Water temperatures will be around their lowest point now, and the good news is that the evenings are drawing out, and

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