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Angling: Welfare of fish stocks remains a top priority

In order to manage this, fisheries managers also perform important tasks, for example weed management and water quality checks. The IFM’s advice is: Firstly, where essential fisheries management work needs to be undertaken to ensure the welfare of fish, it should only be done alone or, if this is not possible for safety reasons, the two metre distancing rule must apply.

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