Resource first, then profits

Whilst on holiday in Massachusetts recently, A BASS member met a commercial striped bass fisherman, who told him that Striped Bass are only allowed to be taken commercially by those with a commercial licence, and then only by hook & line. The commercial season opened on 9th

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BASS meets WAG

BASS meets with Welsh Fisheries Minister about the bass MLS Consultation On Wednesday 13th September 2006, at his invitation, representatives of BASS met the Welsh Fisheries Minister, Carwyn Jones, in Cardiff and had a very productive meeting. Also present were representatives from the Federation of Sea Anglers

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Newsletter – special edition

Restoration Project newsletter – special bass mls edition The BASS restoration project team have produced a special edition newsletter (No. 7) covering the recent decision by the Fisheries Minister to raise the minimum landing size of bass by 4cms, from 36 cms to 40cms. A copy of

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Mullet conservation

[Comment – We have been asked by the National Mullet Club (NMC), who have always been supportive of BASS’s conservation efforts, to post the following statement concerning mullet conservation. We hope that you will make time to read their statement and conservation paper, as well as, write

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Plated sized bass?

The Market Demands Plate Sized Bass – Really? [NB – we thank Leon Roskilly of the Sea Anglers’ Conservation Network for allowing us to publish this article] There was a time when people living in Great Britain almost only ever drank water that had come out of

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