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McCallum hopes that the Fisheries Bill could be an opportunity for the government to "come good on their promise of how Brexit is going to deliver for these coastal communities," by reallocating quota to the small scale fleet. It would only need relatively small changes, he argues. "Fractions of a percent can be the difference between someone keeping their job or not. Plenty more fish in the sea? "These local fishers are very often the ones using more sustainable techniques - things like passive gear. They're not towing things through the water, they're just setting the nets. Bean says that although they have many flaws, the EU rules have meant that many fish stocks are now at a healthier level.


"Most people say there is more fish now than we’ve had for 10 years - certain species no - but on average, fish stocks are very buoyant now. You can go out and catch the same weight of fish now with the same gear that you could 10 years ago. Like in many industries, there are fishers with serious concerns about how their ability to export may be impacted after Brexit. According to government figures, in 2016 the UK exported £1.17 billion of seafood to the EU, and imported £1.04 billion from the EU. Trade barriers are a concern for those relying on exports.


A large percentage of the under 10 metre fleet is reliant upon export markets for shellfish, crab, lobster and similar seafood. Carpenter says that the competitive advantage of the small scale fleet is that they just go out for the day, can catch live seafood and send it straight off to be sold - including in Europe. If things go badly for UK trade deals and Brexit, he fears they might lose their edge. "There are vast numbers of UK fishermen who are reliant on the export of live shellfish for their living. Brexit is potentially anything but a sea of opportunity for them, and could be termed a sea of potential disaster," says Percy.


Bean agrees: "If it’s a no deal Brexit and we take back our seas as they call it, control of our seas, inheriting by default all the local fish, it doesn't take rocket science to work out what will happen. The European partners who now fish up to our coast, so within 6 miles of our coast… they will get the hump on for sure. The French are notorious for burning lorries, they will just blockade all the fish coming from Britain into the French markets. We’ll be in the situation where we have plenty of fish, thanks to Brexit, but it will be dumped on the home market because they can’t export it and the home market will collapse completely.


It says: "This increase in UK fishing quota raises fishing revenues, profits, and wages in turn for fishers who currently hold significant fishing quotas. There is no need to wait for Brexit to make things better for small scale UK fishers says McCallum - the government should start now. "In a way, all the hopes are still being pinned on this myth that we're going to be able to take back all of our fishing rights form Europe, which isn't going to happen. He does have some hope though, that Brexit could deliver something for small scale fishers. Brexit provides that momentum," he says. "The referendum comes and fishing becomes at the centre of it again.


Bean thinks that people who voted Leave in support of the fishing industry are likely to be disappointed. He’s not at all optimistic about Theresa May’s chances of getting a good deal - or any deal at all. "Those who voted to leave and expect to see a lot of fishing opportunities happening next March or April are going to be bitterly disappointed," he says. Is he worried about his business? "We’ll just play it by ear. Hopefully we’ll not lose any of our good customers because we rely on quality," he says. Percy is frustrated with how little he feels the under 10m fleet has been listened to in the national Brexit debate. "The problem we have is that, as we speak.


Watercraft is In my opinion something you either have or you haven't! It can a little like having an eye for carrying a photo, or a talent for driving a car. A few people are naturals and others will always fight to get by. As carp fishing seems to get ever more popular, there are a great many anglers coming straight in to the sport, the condition is thus compounded. Many have not fished for any other species. I imagine they see their buddies getting out on the banks, they see the social side of sportfishing, the sexy gear and the images of big seafood.


Seen this way it certainly recieve more to attract new and young anglers than maggot pressive for ruffe and gudgeon on the Grand Unification. But are these new 'instant' carp anglers not losing out on the essential apprenticeship that almost all of my generation went through and helped us develop our watercraft? It is natural that new fishers are seduced by bigger and bigger fish. Have a tendency to be they not missing out too on the gradual develop to 'Specimen hunting' and the ultimate goal of big carp? I have seen guys get to my Etangs de la Croix Blanche lakes after half a year of carp fishing experience and knock out a 40lb fish. Where to they go after that?


They cannot possibly get on oceans where 40's will investigate up their inexperienced supports back in the UK. Watercraft is though, about the learning technique of becoming an angler, (as compared to a guy who goes carp fishing). The whole method of fishing is important to learn. That they way you dress is important, not too you can impress the crowd with the Look here! Carp sport fishing fashions, but for combination in with your environment, to by nearly unseen. The newest 'Real Tree' this is okay, but it's not any good with a red branded sweat tee shirt or a white shirt. In fact you do not need 'fishing' clothes at all. I use only recently got an item of angling clothing, a Free of charge Spirit fleece I was given. Outdoor and armed service clothing has been fine for provided that I can remember, is often more affordable, harder wearing plus more useful than the fashionable angling attire. But clothing is just one part of mixing in, you can have the best wardrobe available but if an specific move, talk and work in harmony with your environment you'll never be in tune. Your boat will suffer consequently.


Christopher Myers, 27, of Surrey Place, Willington, Crook, appeared before Newton Aycliffe Magistrates Court on Wednesday 4 July where he pleaded guilty to fishing using illegal equipment, killing and being in possession of trout about to spawn. He was ordered to pay a total of £1,180, which includes a fine of £800, costs of £300 and a victim surcharge of £80. The offence happened at 2100 on 21 November last year when Environment Agency Fisheries Enforcement Officers were carrying out patrols at Waskerley Beck, Wolsingham. They observed three men on the beck. Myers was at the water’s edge shining a torch into the water and carrying a large gaff - a one meter long metal hook - with a number of fish impaled upon it. A second man was wearing a headlamp torch and the other was carrying a landing net that contained a number of fish.


After officers made themselves known to the poachers, all three ran, dropping the fish and equipment. Myers was caught and arrested while his accomplices escaped. Four dead trout were found in Myers nearby vehicle. Officers found a total of 13 dead sea trout, 11 of which were females ready to spawn. Between them, they were carrying around 35,000 eggs. Their loss could have a major impact on future sea trout stocks in the River Wear. In mitigation, Myers stated he didn’t know how serious these offences were and said he was very sorry. The Environment Agency’s Kevin Summerson said: "This level of illegal activity could have a serious impact on the sustainability of future stocks of sea trout in the River Wear.


That’s why we take reports of suspected poaching seriously and work closely with the police to take action where appropriate. We’re pleased the court has also recognised seriousness of the crime in sentencing. "At this time of year salmon and sea trout are returning to rivers to spawn and protecting returning fish is vital to maintaining a healthy fish population. The court also ordered the forfeiture of all seized items: gaff, net, torches and fish. Under the Salmon & Freshwater Fisheries Act 1975, lights are prohibited, as are gaffs, and landing nets if used without an authorised rod and line. It is also illegal to fish during the close season for migratory fish. Anyone discovered committing offences could face a substantial fine and imprisonment. If you want to fish a new river this season, why not visit the fishinginfo website to find details of different venues, river levels and angling clubs.


The UK’s most commercially important fish stock is to be stripped of its eco-friendly certification tomorrow, following years of overfishing. Independent auditors have announced that North East Atlantic mackerel caught after 1 March cannot carry the Marine Stewardship Council’s "blue fish" checkmark, which is given to wild-caught fish judged to come from a sustainable source. MSC Europe director Camiel Derichs said "declining stocks", "quotas set above new scientific advice", and below-average numbers of mackerel reaching spawning age "have combined to mean that the fisheries no longer meet the MSC’s requirements". An analysis by Unearthed has found that this period coincided with huge profits for the small group of firms that now holds most of the UK’s mackerel quota.


In 2017, the combined catch of the European Union and other coastal states like Norway and the Faroe Islands that fish the stock was 1,155,944 tonnes - more than double the maximum advised by ICES. The following year, the estimated stock of mature NE Atlantic mackerel dropped to just 2,350,000 tonnes - below the ‘trigger’ level at which the guidance says governments need to act to keep the stock in a desirable range. Andrew Clayton, of The Pew Trusts, which campaigns against overfishing, said: "The countries responsible for managing mackerel, including the UK, have been overfishing the stock for years. Last year their luck ran out, with scientists advising huge cuts, yet fishing ministers ignored this advice again for 2019, agreeing to continue overfishing mackerel despite the risks.


The fishing industry is being encouraged to start preparing their businesses for EU Exit to ensure they can continue to import and export fish and fish products, once the UK leaves the EU. Delivering the deal negotiated with the EU remains the Government’s top priority. This has not changed. However, the Government must prepare for every eventuality, including a no deal scenario. From 29 March 2019, in the event of a no deal, most fish and fish products will require a catch certificate for import or export between the UK and EU. This also applies to fishermen who land fish directly into EU ports. Catch certificates prove that fish has been caught in line with established conservation and management measures. All non-EU countries are required to present catch certificates when trading with the EU. A new IT system to process and issue export catch certificates, and other supporting documentation, is being developed to help streamline the process. Exporters will receive full instructions on how to register and use the new system before we leave the EU. Import catch certificates will continue to be processed through the current paper-based system.


All in all Human beings have been living beside, fishing and enjoying swimming for a long, long time. Lakes and Wooded forests were the type of land that sheltered the hominids as per pollen grain study of paleao-fossil-sites. Shallow Diving for water plant roots, thorny water-lilly nut popcorn(in Bihar, India), mussels, shellfish and catfish as per fossils. ‘Java Man’ with engraving on shells! In Africa, upto 50kg catfish get stranded in summer pools. Cut with stone tools. Even today summer time animal meat is avoided while omega fats laden catfish are eaten esp by pregnant women. Long swimming esp in cold waters makes small bones grow in the ear canal to protect the inner ear from the cold water.


See Surfer's ear. This is one of the solid evidences found in ALL the skulls of hominids resurveyed for this case. Bipedalism and Floating - Falling forward with style and efficiency.youtube.com Standing in water to sun-bath on face, shoulder and back. Retaining heat via head hair. Loss of Hair, Fatty Fish food full of omega acids (DHA, Iodine and Iron) to kickstart a big brain, Fat deposits under the skin (similar to marine mammals like Dolphins 1.8 kg brain). Free Diving "off the shelf" by beginners like Sarah Campbell breaking world records within 9 months of learning freediving (holding your breath).


All thanks to Mammalian Diving Reflex (marine animals, marine diving birds and human babies). Human babies for first 6 months show this trait most markedly. Human babies become chubby fast (just like Dolphin babies) so that they can float easily. They also have instinctive behaviour of holding breath and floating esp in the first 6 months of birth. Baby fat or blubber? Human babies are born with a ‘Vernix caseosa’ a greasy wax like substance at childbirth. Predicting and looking for a similarity it was found that harbour baby seals had it too. "Vernix has also been been observed in aquatic mammals such as seals. Apes Walking on 2 legs while wading through chest-high water. 75 year old woman keeps her dive times by "sea-women" in diving communities (Henyo in SouthKorea and Ama in Japan) compared to land records. Half of all humans live near the coast or rivers. Women have more fat deposits than men (helpful in carrying babies piggyback). Squalene has long been known to be a major component of human surface lipids.


Railblaza sponsored UK angler Ian Pickering (Ocean Kayak UK Fishing Team) has been putting his thinking cap on and applying a little DIY to make use of his Railblaza accessories on the Old Town Predator 13 fishing kayak. The Predator 13 comes with mount plates fitted to the gunnels, which allow the mounting of accessories without the drilling of holes into the kayak. Ian has used these plates to recess mount the Railblaza StarPort. The mounting plates fitted to the Old Town Predatorand Ocean Kayak Big Game IIare a fantastic idea. No holes to be drilled in the kayak and you can change your mind as often as you like without worry. I’ve started off by fitting a star port to the left hand forward plate. If I change my mind I could rotate the plate 180 degrees to move it further forward or even swap it with another position.Very versatile.


The government of the British overseas territory wants to create an "independent" agreement from the one it has with the UK, with 24 Spanish-flag Galician boats worried they will have to leave the fishing area. Teslyn Barkman, the head of the Department of Natural Resources and the territory's Brexit preparations, told Penguin News the Falklands will need to negotiate a future relationship with the EU independently of the UK. Despite British talks for a deal with the EU still underway, Ms Barkman is optimistic that UK’s future relationship with Brussels will likely include framework on which negotiations with the Falklands can proceed.


On 1 September 1958, Iceland extended its fishing limit from four to 12 nautical miles from the coast. British vessels ignored the official deadline for withdrawal and refused to move outside of the new fishing zone, leading to confrontations with Icelandic crews. Boats were rammed, shots fired and Royal Navy warships were deployed to protect the British trawlers. Guardian reports from 1958 describe the first confrontations between rival fishermen in the unforgiving seas around Iceland. The Navy, it can now be officially revealed, is here. Early to-day four ships of the Fishery Protection Squadron were standing by in Icelandic waters to prevent any interference with British trawlers fishing within the twelve-mile limit. Iceland’s unilateral extension of her territorial waters to twelve miles came into force at midnight.


The ships are HMS Eastbourne, HMS Russell, and HMS Palliser (all frigates), and HMS Hound, an ocean minesweeper. Ranged against the British ships if there is any-trouble will be the tiny Icelandic navy. It consists of eight small coastguard patrol vessels, three of them. 100 tons, and the largest of them, the Thor, only 693 tons. According to Icelandic sources, they intend to fire into the bridge of any trawler inside the twelve-mile limit which-fails to stop after a shot across the bows. The British warships are now dispersed around the one thousand tricky miles of Iceland’s coastline. They will patrol three areas within the, twelve-mile limit off the south-east and north-west coasts. Some forty British trawlers are reported to be in Icelandic coastal waters already, with another fifty on their way.


‘They are required by their owners to spend at least the first three days fishing in the protected areas. After that they may, if they choose, fish outside the twelve-mile limit but any trawler skipper, caught operating inside the limit and outside the protected area will be liable to severe punishment. Skipper Jim Crockwell, of the trawler Northern Foam, arrived at Grimsby yesterday and told this story of how, a week ago, the trawler had been boarded by a party from the Icelandic frigate Thor. "We were fishing in the protected area known as Spearmint II," he said, "and we were in dense fog.


Visibility was nil.youtube.com I could see there were two ships approaching on the radar screen, and I supposed that they were other ships fishing in the area. They were going about the same speed as we were, but in the opposite direction. Suddenly Thor appeared out of the fog on our port side and Maria-Julia came up on our starboard side. The Thor positioned herself on our port bow.youtube.com To have kept on going would have meant colliding with the Maria-Julia and we would have sunk her, because she is only a wooden ship. To avoid any damage we hauled our gear and while we were doing that the boarding party came on board. The officer in charge of the boarding party came on to the bridge and said, ‘Skipper, I advise you to go on board the gunboat.’ I told him I was not going anywhere.


Here is my blog: www.lincolnshire-fisheries.co.uk