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Tried & Tested: Overboard Rucksack

Mobile and roving lure bass anglers are in a constant search for quality equipment that will last, stand up to the rigours of the coast and offer great value for money. When your equipment is in constant contact with salt air and water these can be difficult

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The economic worth of English sea angling: compared to commercial fishing the difference is startling!

  If someone asked you compare the value of sea angling with commercial fishing in England, which do you think is of greater financial worth? Given all you see in the media about the importance of commercial fishing and of threats to the industry, it’s logical to

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Sea Angling 2012 – Final Report

Sea Angling 2012 was established to find out how many people go sea angling in England, how much they catch, how much is released, and the economic and social value of sea angling. This was to help local and national policy makers make balanced, well-informed decisions on

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The stealth tax that says to hell with North Sea cod stocks . . .

Through the government body Seafish, the public is paying lobbyists to torpedo a campaign to protect the natural world, writes George Monbiot in his Blog for The Guardian. “It’s a stealth tax about which the government has kept very quiet. When you hear the details, you will

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Five chances to win a bass book: one more chance to save our bass stocks.

Copies of the excellent book of articles written by BASS members about bass fishing titled Bass and B.A.S.S. should be available in the BASS shop relatively soon (http://www.ukbass.com/shop/). A few copies of this book have also been generously donated to The BASS Blog team. We feel using some

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