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Mick in Bangkok

Fishing the canals from boat side

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LadyG    37
On 13/09/2017 at 10:28, Hudds Lad said:

Yup, https://www.gov.uk/guidance/permission-to-trap-crayfish-eels-elvers-salmon-and-sea-trout

I looked into it once, thought a couple of pots might be handy to carry around after seeing quite a few Signal Crayfish on the L&L, set overnight and next morning see what was in.

But seeing as you have to specify exactly which bit of canal/river etc. and then seek permissions its just not possible legally if you're moving about.
Yes, I know you could just do it on the sly and probably never be rumbled, but I just don't have that kind of luck :D

I know someone who applied for a licence over a very long stretch [ie unspecified location] they got it no problem. I think they are more interested in the location of the catch.

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bizzard    874

Many fish and chip shops get their potatoes from Iceland, that's why there's lots of eyes in them.

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Hudds Lad    14
13 hours ago, bizzard said:

Many fish and chip shops get their potatoes from Iceland, that's why there's lots of eyes in them.

Surely fresh produce is preferable to frozen ;)

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