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Time is running out.

Time is running out.

Urgent Last Chance! EU Consultation: Fish Bass Sustainably. Please click-> here Envoyez un email http://www.saveourseabass.org/fr/envoyez-des-email/ We have started a brand new campaign to email the Fisheries politicians and managers now that they are digesting the ICES advice concerning wild bass and are considering how to react. We

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You can make a difference.

You can make a difference.

The SOS Bass website has been brought up to date. It remains focused on the core issues and provides the tools to help bring about the changes required to save wild bass. Individuals and groups can all help make these changes happen, the sos bass website is

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Angling Trust And BASS Statement On ICES Advice On Bass For 2017

Angling Trust And BASS Statement On ICES Advice On Bass For 2017

The ICES advice for 2017 reveals a severe situation and a moratorium on commercial bass landings is now essential to allow bass stock recovery. Recreational angling bodies are not in the least surprised that ICES is now recommending a total moratorium on all bass landings in 2017.

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Angling Groups Tell Minsters To Ban Bass Netting Or Risk A Total Stock Collapse

Angling Groups Tell Minsters To Ban Bass Netting Or Risk A Total Stock Collapse

The latest report from fisheries scientists has revealed that stocks of seabass around the UK and North European coast are now below the critical level at which recovery can be guaranteed. Advice from the International Council for the Exploration of the Seas (ICES) for 2017 says: “ICES

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EU fisheries scientists advise ZERO bass landings in 2017

The advice of the European Unions fishery scientists for the management of bass stocks in 2017 in the area that includes the UK is: “ICES advises that when the precautionary approach is applied, there should be zero catch (commercial and recreational) in 2017.”  We will report further

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