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Irish Bass Survey

Irish Bass Survey

This survey has been designed by Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI) to evaluate the Irish bass fishery, bass angling and the current regulations in place which relate to the bass fishery in Ireland. If you fished for bass in Ireland in 2015 or caught bass in Ireland in 2015 while

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Bass Anglers March In Cornwall, But The Minister Has Left Town

Bass Anglers March In Cornwall, But The Minister Has Left Town

150 anglers gathered in Camborne today to protest against the changes in bass regulations introduced this year. We weren’t protesting against change: we were protesting about the lack of change for our bass AND the utterly unfair balance of the changes made (for details why we are

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The Time For Talking Is Over

The Time For Talking Is Over

Over the last few weeks a lot has been said and written about the bass situation. The time for talking is over and the day is almost upon us for a dignified and peaceful demonstration in Camborne. Saturday April 9th, history in the making as Anglers take

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Ridiculous, But No April Fools. No Wonder Bass Anglers Are Demonstrating

Ridiculous, But No April Fools. No Wonder Bass Anglers Are Demonstrating

As of today each inshore commercial gill net fishing boat can take 1.3 tonnes of bass every month for the rest of the year. Anglers on the other hand cannot take a single bass until July and then only 1 a day for the remaining 6 months of 2016.

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A Demonstration Against Unfair And Insufficient Bass Regulations

A Demonstration Against Unfair And Insufficient Bass Regulations

New bass regulations fail to properly protect the bass stocks, prevent anglers from keeping any bass they catch for 6 months a year, yet allow commercial gill netters to continue to catch bass AND with an increased monthly limit. If you want to express your anger and

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