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Daily Archives: February 5, 2019

Anglers mad as EU bans them from gripping ANY sea drum in puncture ruling

Commercial fishermen have also seen their quotas halved for throwing a fish, though they will be authorised to land adult to 5 tonnes per vessel. The decision, done to stop a fall of a population, has been slammed by a Angling Trust that called a additional restrictions “unfair”. David Mitchell, conduct of sea environmental campaigns during a Angling Trust, pronounced …

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Galloway Fisheries Trust investigate finds fish bonds abounding in Loch Ken notwithstanding crayfish

Reports of a genocide of Loch Ken have been severely exaggerated, according to a new study. It had been feared non–native vigilance crayfish were ruining a fishery by eating fish eggs and fry. But a new Galloway Fisheries Trust (GFT) investigate found bonds of perch, dace, dart and other class sojourn healthy. The commentary are a vital boost for Loch …

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