The UK fish industry is in the news because of Brexit. It was a central part of the negotiations. Global warming may make those negotiations… Read More »UK fish industry may be damaged by global warming causing smaller fish
Farm staff were filmed kicking live trout along the floor. Test Valley Trout Farming supplies ChalkStream®, a brand under which fish from the fish farms… Read More »Undercover video shows workers at Test Valley Trout Farming abusing fish
Currently, if a person wishes to claim that they have caught a fish which is a record weight in Britain the catch has to be… Read More »British fishing records to be accepted under video evidence rather than witnessed
COMMENT: This is very questionable but I acccept it. In the UK people have to remain at home during the current lockdown because the NHS… Read More »Fishing considered to be exercise under UK Covid-19 lockdown
Carp describes various species of an oily freshwater fish native to Europe and Asia which is consumed in many parts of the world. In Poland… Read More »Supreme Court of Poland grants improved animal rights to carp, a freshwater fish
There is a disturbing story in The Times newspaper today, Wednesday 18th 2020, in which it is reported that fishermen off South America’s Atlantic coast… Read More »Fishermen of South America’s Atlantic coast mutilate seabirds
Caerphilly county borough council drained Deri Lake, near Bargoed which contained fish and they did so without notifying the Rhymney Valley and District Angling Society.… Read More »A Welsh council drained a lake without warning and allegedly killed the fish
An interesting research paper has recently been published in Science Advances, which is co-written by Gael Mariani, a PhD student at Montpelier University France (he’s… Read More »Leaving fish in the sea helps brake global warming
A study by the University Of California and the National Geographic Society has shown that by banning fishing in 5% more of the oceans there… Read More »Protecting 5% more of the oceans would boost fish catches by 20%
All sturgeon caught in British waters belong to the monarch under a 1324 statute
Fishermen using static nets and pair trawling kill dolphins and porpoises in the southern Bay of Biscay.
The Times newspaper tells me that fishing is catching on with the stars, the celebrities and the Z listers. It appears that the coronavirus pandemic… Read More »Fishing is catching on but what about the pain it causes?