Discussion in 'North East Fresh Water Fishing' started by skunkhead, Feb 7, 2012.
Any one been out yet in pursuit of salmo salar?
I would venture out with the double hander salmon rod, but since they asked us to return all fish until June 16 i dont like to see any fish being returned bleeding from the mouth where they were hooked.
I think the E/A should look into the Spring fishing laws which are in for another ten years.
They tell us Salmon runs are improveing on the Tees every year.
If thats the case ,why cant we be allowed to take one fish if we want to.
When i see the Salmon being slaughtered below the Teesbarrage ,i think Tees fishers being allowed a fish would see more anglers joining the clubs and spending money on licences ect,which the country needs for jobs ect.
So that's a no then? :laugh:
Bleeding from the mouth?? I take it other fish you let go don't bleed then?
The wife had a slightly bleeding gum, obviously I could only assume it was life threatening so she's now under the patio. Oh well :cheesy:
I take it that was before June 16 Sam?
Use rubber hooks- don't die of ignorance!
I hear they'll be all the rage this year down T**s B***age.
'Safe snatching'- endorsed by the League Against Cruel Sports. :whatever:
Unfortunately yes Dave, it was a few days before. Rules are rules Dave :whistle:
The lads i saw fishing down the barrage Ian had corks on the point of the hooks. :surprise:
Too right Sam, stay within the law :laugh:
Apprently Storm shads with the hook protector left on work a treat, don't you use the same technique for Cod Dave? :cheesy:
Well Dave- perhaps the secret is that 'claret' can be deadly for salmon....
Who spragged Sam-Mouldy? :evil:
Aye, mate they do, its the best catch and release i know :laugh:
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Can't give out my source Dave :whistle: :wink:
I very rarely practice C/R.
I have always fished for something i can eat.
When sea-trout fishing at night and i catch a fish i wil go home happy.
I dont bother fishing for how many i can record in my diary.
If i get a day ticket on a trout lake i try my hardest for my bag limit ,simply because i have payed for my fish.
I am not against people who practise catch and release.
I have the same attitude with shooting game .
My father taught me to take one for the pot ,and i have practised it all my life.
Must admit C/R doesn't really work to well when it comes to shooting :wounded:
:laugh: i have to admit sam, when ive shot a pheasant with a 12 bore I dont like to put them back with blood round their wounds
Could always use a tazer
Its called Clay Pigeon shooting isnt it.
They dont bleed.
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