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Home / Sporting Events / Fishing / Expensive day out for dual group illegally fishing in Shropshire Union Canal

Expensive day out for dual group illegally fishing in Shropshire Union Canal

Dumitru Stancu, 24, and Adrian Diaconescu, 21, both of Newhampton Road West in Wolverhampton, were both held but a fishing looseness on a Shropshire Union Canal, and this week they were fined £440 each.

They were found guilty during Telford Magistrates Court on Wednesday of regulating unlawful rods and violation a inhabitant bylaw of stealing fish but permission, on Jun 3 of this year.

Neither male seemed during court.

The dual were also systematic to compensate costs of £127 and a £44 plant surcharge each.

A orator from a Environment Agency said: “An annual fishing looseness costs only £30, nonetheless a tiny series of anglers continue to gibe a law and risk charge for fishing but a looseness and breaching bylaws in place to strengthen fish stocks.

“It’s critical anglers have a looseness before fishing. The income from licences is invested into England’s fisheries and rivers – improving a competition of angling.

“Anglers should also safeguard that they are informed with a bylaws, that are accessible on a Environment Agency web pages.”

Fishing looseness income is also used to account a Angling Trust to yield information about fishing, to inspire appearance in a competition and to conduct a intentional bailiff scheme.

Anyone witnessing bootleg fishing can news it directly to a Environment Agency hotline on 0800 807060.

Information on bootleg fishing and environmental crime can also be reported anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

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