Two Walsall group – and another from Birmingham – have been systematic to compensate costs totalling some-more than £1,800 after they were held fishing illegally.
Jevgenijs Rumjaceus, 51, of Dora Street , and 50-year-old Virginijus Narutis of Foden Road, Birmingham, were both charged with fishing but a rod looseness and holding on Saturday, Jul 28.
They were also charged with destroying or attempting to destroy or take fish from a private fishing pool or place with private fishing rights.
The box opposite Narutis was proved in his absence and he was fined £345 in total. While Rumjaceus pleaded guilty and was fined £500.
They were both systematic to compensate costs and plant surcharge totalling £157.47.
Mihails Rumjaceus, 44, of Talke Road in Walsall, pleaded guilty to determined deterrent of a fisheries bailiff, fishing but a looseness and unwell to give his name and residence to a bailiff.
He was fined £375 and systematic to compensate costs and plant surcharge totalling £280.
Black Country crime
Cheltenham magistrates listened that a 3 group were out fishing together during Mythe Pool, Tewkesbury , when they were caught.
Magistrates postulated an sequence for a angling apparatus a 3 group had to all be forfeited.