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 Posted: Wed Jun 13th, 2018 05:48 pm
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Well folks, we are always lamenting the fact that there is no formal inland (freshwater) fisheries policy in SA and now finally we have a countrywide consultation process on the go for your (the angler) input.
Happy reading.....................

Attachment: Newspaper Advert_National Inland Fisheries Policy_draft240518.pdf (Downloaded 24 times)

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 Posted: Wed Jun 13th, 2018 05:49 pm
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Draft for consideration

Attachment: Draft Inland Fishery Policy - 14 March 2016.pdf (Downloaded 32 times)

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 Posted: Thu Jun 14th, 2018 02:17 pm
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So what is the opinion ? I seed red flags all over this policy.

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 Posted: Thu Jun 14th, 2018 04:54 pm
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Yippee a new way for government to get involved and steal rape and pillage something that DOES not need them.

Rather worry about something they should already be doing and that is the water quality. But that is work and gets ignored.

As soon as the government gets involved be ready for everything to go for a ball of you know what very fast.And that the recreational fishermen will pay for it.

Just like the regulations on our sea fishing means there are oysters/ mussels/ perlemoen/lobster everywhere and you cant put a line in the water without catching a monster or a bag full of fish all because there is so much fish because the government is involved.

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