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    OK, that's the bait sorted, what's the quarry?

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    how much intrest does he charge? lol
    sometimes ower early, somertimes ower late,sometimes nae water, sometimes in a spate, sometimes ower dirty, sometimes ower clear, there always something wrong when i,m fishing here!

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    Lovely size to eat!

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    why eat something that size plus all shark speices in the uk are protected
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSpeyCaster View Post
    why eat something that size plus all shark speices in the uk are protected
    What absolute nonsense. Basking sharks, angel shark and tope are protected in England and Wales but that's about it. There are 21 shark species in UK waters and they are most certainly not all protected.

    (The C&R zealots on the Forum are now targetting your sea-fishing).

    Why not eat something that size, it's a heck of a lot bigger than a mackerel or a small grilse?

    Seabass, is it a smooth hound or a spurdog (both shark species and both legal quarry)?
    Last edited by crispin; 14-12-2010 at 08:16 PM.

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    .light dodgy but i would say common smooth hound .fine size that must be 70cm or so .never seen one over a meter.they get caught in tangle nets when fishing for flats at sea .they dont make much money in the co-op.they are targeted commercially with gill nets anchored to the bottom .
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    Looks like a smoothie to me - lovely fish. I've eaten one before and they're pretty nice actually - meaty texture but a suprisingly delicate taste.
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    well here in scotland all shark spieces are protected and i have participated in all the shark taging this year we have taged skate and rays also
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    I thought it was only the basking shark that was protected?

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