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Can anyone tell me has there been any amendments to the ban on keeping bass please I was told that they were reviewing the last decision that they made thanks
 

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Please check the info in the general forum.

No changes to rules


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Im new to this site although iv viewed it lots of times fir tips and find it very usefull. How do i make a thread asking for advice on buying a new beachcaster for my needs? Thanks mick
 

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Im new to this site although iv viewed it lots of times fir tips and find it very usefull. How do i make a thread asking for advice on buying a new beachcaster for my needs? Thanks mick
Hi,
Go to the tackle and equipment forum and start a thread in there.
You should get a good response.

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i have found this on

Bass fishing guidance 2019 - GOV.UK
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/bass-industry-guidance-2019/bass-fishing-guidance-2019
Bass fishing guidance 2019

Published 14 February 2019

1. Recreational bass fishing

Recreational fisheries, including from shore, in ICES divisions 4b, 4c, 6a, 7a to 7k are limited to catch-and-release only during 01 February to 31 March and 1 November to 31 December 2019. From 1 April to 31 October 2019, not more than one seabass may be retained per fisherman per day.
In recreational fisheries in ICES divisions 8a and 8b, a maximum of three seabass may be retained per recreational fisherman per day.
These rules apply if you are fishing from a boat or from the shore.

you will have to look up the divisions to see where they are !
 

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i have found this on

Bass fishing guidance 2019 - GOV.UK
https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/bass-industry-guidance-2019/bass-fishing-guidance-2019
Bass fishing guidance 2019

Published 14 February 2019

1. Recreational bass fishing

Recreational fisheries, including from shore, in ICES divisions 4b, 4c, 6a, 7a to 7k are limited to catch-and-release only during 01 February to 31 March and 1 November to 31 December 2019. From 1 April to 31 October 2019, not more than one seabass may be retained per fisherman per day.
In recreational fisheries in ICES divisions 8a and 8b, a maximum of three seabass may be retained per recreational fisherman per day.
These rules apply if you are fishing from a boat or from the shore.

you will have to look up the divisions to see where they are !
from what ive read fishing in Norfolk and Suffolk you are able to catch and keep a bass until end of December?what happens after that?does anybody know
 

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Wrong forum guys.

Please post in General Sea Angling forum.

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