Derek, of Brixham, Devon, owns dual boats shop-worn in a scallop wars conflict by a French in August.
He said: “We’re going to start stoning them in a minute, since should we concede them in a waters if they don’t let us in theirs?
“Kick them out to their side of a channel, we can have a side and they can have theirs.”
“When we were 12 miles off they threw stones during us and petrol bombs.
“The difficulty is they land youthful fish, I’ve been there and seen it, that’s since they’re our side since they’ve annihilated their side.
“They don’t trust in conservation, they don’t know what a word means.
“I don’t know if Brexit will repair it, we don’t consider it will.”
The French swift remained in a area good into a night and one boat, a FV Stradale, pennyless down and had to be discovered by a RNLI.
Two trawlers had attempted in vain to draw a stricken vessel to safety, though a RNLI were called when continue conditions worsened.