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Steve Holmes



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PostSubject: TAC meeting today with the EA   Thu Feb 03, 2011 4:43 pm

Today was a big day for the TAC. We met the head of the Thames fisheries team for quite a few hours at his Frimley office.

Got direct answers to many of your questions about the Thames chaps.

We found out the results of species surveys per reach, fish densities per reach, will get access to water quality data, discussed favourably our river guardian initiative mentioned at the AGM, found out about enforcement initiatives on the Thames, fish death reduction initiatives, the policy on foreign species.....plus loads more.

Details no doubt will follow once talked over with Dave and Jim - just wanted to let you know it went very well for the club today and you'll be getting the answers to your questions Smile

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James Page



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PostSubject: Re: TAC meeting today with the EA   Fri Feb 04, 2011 7:24 am

having had a sneak preview of what was learned yesterday, I gotta coin that american phrase

awesome buddy

rest assured chaps and chappess's, the fisheries folks within the EA are our blood brothers and sisters,
the meeting yesterday with the head honcho, was everything an angler would want
your club was welcomed, embraced, listened to and offered every courtesy

a big up to steve for all the hard work

and a big up to every member, for making our club what it is, and what it has the potential to become

over to you steve for the thunder
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PostSubject: Re: TAC meeting today with the EA   Sun Feb 06, 2011 7:55 pm

Sounds good, well done chaps.

Awaiting the 'write up' with anticipation
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Steve Holmes



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PostSubject: Re: TAC meeting today with the EA   Sun Feb 06, 2011 10:28 pm

Tom Herbert wrote:
Sounds good, well done chaps.

Awaiting the 'write up' with anticipation

Loads of info to give you all - we're working on breaking it up.

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James Page



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PostSubject: Re: TAC meeting today with the EA   Mon Feb 07, 2011 7:12 am

it'll be worth waiting for chaps, just bear with us while we compress the information, down to a readable size
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