Hi all , am new to this site and just want to say hello , have been fishing a while and found this site a fe months ago , thought i ought to post at some point so here goes .
It s not just the anglers , how many times have you been on a grockle beach and found cans , lolly wrappers or been to the local rec and found rubbish strewn by people playing football ect ect ect , it happens but as said it is always the minority . "it takes alot to earn a good reputation but it is very easy to loose it " . Unfortunately it does happen , but i would be sure that as said if you collected ten bags of rubbish what percentage of it would be angler related , and yes chesil is a prime example come sumer time .
going back to the original post , it could have of been an honest mistake as i had lost a rig on one sesh as was flat out pulling LSD's in and pre baiting rigs ect , come the end of the night packed up and checked my area to make sure all was clear . when i got back to the car I found a rig well and truly stuck to the arse of my bib 'n' brace , must have sat on it in the rush , wasnt baited but the principal is that it could have of dropped off . I am not defending the person but trying to look at it form all angles as we all make mistakes !
:hammer:Sorry for using the "G" word:notworthy , meant people on holiday using the beach for other recreational purposes other than fishing , QUOTE]
WELL DONE MATE, U CAME FIRST IN THE THREE LEGGED BACKWARD WALKING RACE !!!!!!!.
ALL is forgotten meeeeee thinks.........:victory:
My lesson was learnt about a month ago !!!:group:
Like someone has mentioned what about the other side of the coin?
I know many times i have seen and had it happen, when dogs that cant be controlled by there owners run off with a baited rig or steal bait.
It doesn't get any sadder than that. It only takes one clown to upset the circus. :nono:Well done. You know who you are. Soon we'll all suffer the consequences of your actions...