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IFCA Makeup biased . . . ?

One major criticism of the old Sea Fisheries Committees was the lack of balance in the membership. The angling sector particularly was asking for increased involvement of anglers. When the IFCAs were first established, both environmental and angling representation was increased to the detriment of the commercial

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Beneath The Terns – An Audio blog

Here is the latest audio blog recorded last week when fishing on the south coast of England. These audio blogs are still very much an experiment for me:  the sound quality varies somewhat and I still havent quite got the hang of always commentating on what I

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The Journey

The Journey

  I’ve received a barrage of increasingly excited texts for my fellow blogger over the past few weeks as he prepared for his journey to Cape Cod. Some include pictures of his chosen lures, others featured a man resembling Si who had seemingly escaped his carers. Although

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UK’s sea anglers come together to ‘Give Fish A Chance’

National sea angling organisations and Non-Governmental Organisations [NGOs] from around the UK have come together to develop common policies regarding the threats and problems facing sea fish and sea angling around the waters of the UK. The initiative, to be known as Give Fish A Chance, will provide common

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Spring Run Bass

Some reports of impressive fish from BASS members recently. Some areas have been firing, whilst other areas are lagging behind. Some intrepid BASS anglers have their sights set a tad further afield though, with the annual pilgrimage to a very special migratory event. The Striped Bass (Stripers)

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