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Mystery as dozens of fish die unexpected in Stanley Park fishing lake

Fishermen have been left indignant and unhappy after a legislature refused to mislay passed fish from a side of a renouned fishing lake.

Over a weekend canopy have been found floating passed in Stanley Park fishing lake in Anfield.

Fishermen have been stealing them from a water, to equivocate some-more fish dying, though they contend a legislature and Environment Agency contend zero can be finished until a Bank Holiday Weekend is over.

Shocking cinema uncover a state a lake has been left in, with fisherman observant it’s a critical hazard.

Regular Angler Peter Roberts is one of those who has been stealing a passed fish from a lake.

Peter Roberts, who together with other unchanging anglers had to burst in and lift dozens of passed canopy fish from a lake in Stanley Park after Liverpool City Council and a Environment Agency couldn’t help. Photo by James Maloney

He said: “At slightest 20 fish have popped adult passed in a final week, a few of a lads have had to get in there and fish them out, since a Council and a EA won’t do it.

“Everyone has reported it to them and a legislature have pronounced we won’t be means to do it until after a Bank Holiday.

“But we need something doing now, those fish are lonesome in maggots.”

Anglers had to burst in and lift dozens of passed canopy fish from a lake in Stanley Park after Liverpool City Council and a Environment Agency couldn’t mislay them Photo by James Maloney

Another fisherman said: “We phoned adult about a problem on Saturday morning and reported it, though a legislature and Environment Agency contend they can’t do anything since of a Bank Holiday.

“We don’t know since a canopy are dying, there seems to be copiousness of oxygen in a water, though we’ve been pulling out a passed ones, to stop some-more from dying.

Anglers had to burst in and lift dozens of passed canopy fish from a lake in Stanley Park after Liverpool City Council and a Enviroment Agency couldn’t mislay them. Photo by James Maloney

“We’ve left them on a side of a bank, though with a prohibited continue they’re starting to smell and a flies are unreal.

“It’s also bringing a rats over, we already have issues with rats – though this is only creation it even worse.

“Children play around here and it’s not on.”

Anglers had to burst in and lift dozens of passed canopy fish from a lake in Stanley Park after being fobbed off by Liverpool City Council and a Enviroment Agency. Photo by James Maloney

The Environment Agency told a fisherman they couldn’t assistance with a emanate since a lake is legislature owned and they don’t have anything to do with a maintenance.

Liverpool Council pronounced they are wakeful of a emanate and are anticipating to solve it as fast as possible.

The Council pronounced this is an annual problem, infrequently caused by anglers stocking a lake with a wrong kind of fish for sport.

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