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2020 Fishing Opportunities Consultation



Dear Sea Angler/Conservationist,

Please reply to the EU 2020 Fishing Opportunity Consultation - it closes in just a few days. We have made it easy for you to reply by clicking here:

https://www.saveourseabass.org/en/bigger-bag-limit/

Feel free to tell the fishery managers whatever you wish, but we suggest you say this:
 

"The science now clearly shows that bass anglers have been disproportionately restricted compared with commercials.

Follow Article 17 of the Common Fisheries Policy and increase the sea anglers' bass bag limit in 2020."


Thank you very much for your continuing support.

Yours faithfully,

The Save Our Sea Bass Team

 

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On this subject.

 

When we were fishing in the harbour last week a small dinghy with outboard was moored 100m away. They were uptide of us so we did not pay a lot of attention to how they were doing. We were catching Bass hand over fist. When the tide turned and we were facing them they departed. Pulling the dinghy up the beach they had various plastic bags which sent our alarm bells ringing. 

Who should we of contacted IFCA? 

We know where the boat is and would be easily recognisable without being politically incorrect.

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To:                  MARE-CONSULTATION-ON-FISHING-OPPORTUNITIES@ec.europa.eu

CC:               info@saveourseabass.org

Subject:              Fishing opportunities for 2020

 

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This should work

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On 8/17/2019 at 9:23 AM, jerry.shutter said:

On this subject.

 

When we were fishing in the harbour last week a small dinghy with outboard was moored 100m away. They were uptide of us so we did not pay a lot of attention to how they were doing. We were catching Bass hand over fist. When the tide turned and we were facing them they departed. Pulling the dinghy up the beach they had various plastic bags which sent our alarm bells ringing. 

Who should we of contacted IFCA? 

We know where the boat is and would be easily recognisable without being politically incorrect.

 

Yes Southern Ifca although to prosecute I believe they need photos or to actually catch them in the act

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