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Ed Randall

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PostSubject: Fish in Bristol lake to be killed to deter angling   Fish in Bristol lake to be killed to deter angling EmptySun Dec 20, 2015 11:55 pm

How can this even be legal in this day and age Mad
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-bristol-35134740

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PostSubject: Re: Fish in Bristol lake to be killed to deter angling   Fish in Bristol lake to be killed to deter angling EmptyMon Dec 21, 2015 9:02 am

done a little bit off digging , looks like the area is run by a bunch of anti angling, the same type of people who let all the little furry things out cages, into the wild, killing all the wide life, if its under the water line, some people do not give a dam, they go on about birds getting court up in fishing, line but what about feeding them, I have been told, not to give white bread to birds, and what do the same people do, give them white bread plus what about the dogs jumping in to chase them, is any think said, no, if the water is that bad and a child accidentally falls in and becomes ill, as one person has commented on, its the fishies poo's fault, not the wild birds fault, so, I say, to stop a child falling in, put a fence around it, drain it, if they stop one group of people using it, then no one should use it,
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PostSubject: Re: Fish in Bristol lake to be killed to deter angling   Fish in Bristol lake to be killed to deter angling EmptyMon Dec 21, 2015 12:42 pm

I reckon once they take the fish out the pond will go stagnant/green from excess bird poo
and suffer from poisonous blue/green algae in summer.
What they need is to get rid of the excess fish by adding a couple of pike and a few perch.
Trouble is with getting the fish-moving licenses especially if they are unhealthy as it says.
With proper bailiffing the "problem" anglers could be sorted out.
Maybe there are some big carp in there that attract a certain wrong sort of anglers, if so, move the carp elsewhere.

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PostSubject: Re: Fish in Bristol lake to be killed to deter angling   Fish in Bristol lake to be killed to deter angling EmptyMon Dec 21, 2015 4:42 pm

just a heads up a petition has been started so please share and sign as i have and shared on facebook as this should not be allowed.

https://www.change.org/p/bristol-council-save-fishing-in-st-georges-park-bristol
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PostSubject: Re: Fish in Bristol lake to be killed to deter angling   Fish in Bristol lake to be killed to deter angling EmptyWed Dec 23, 2015 9:55 am

We meet the woman who wants these fish killed at about 20'10"
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C9Wzfmg7fjc
Thanks Budgie Burgess for finding it

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PostSubject: Re: Fish in Bristol lake to be killed to deter angling   Fish in Bristol lake to be killed to deter angling EmptyWed Dec 23, 2015 2:23 pm

people like that get right up my jacksea, they are so blinkered,
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PostSubject: Re: Fish in Bristol lake to be killed to deter angling   Fish in Bristol lake to be killed to deter angling EmptyWed Dec 23, 2015 7:04 pm

What an idiot.

The angler is great though, might watch a few of his vids.
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