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Author Topic: Angling Ban due to Cruelty  (Read 786 times)

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Offline Daryl McPhee

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Angling Ban due to Cruelty
« on: Fri 20 Jul 08:38 2018 »
There is a lot unfolding in Europe regarding animal welfare and catch and release fishing. Not many of us though had our eyes on India where one state has now banned angling due to animal cruelty.

https://www.hindustantimes.com/dehradun/uttarakhand-first-to-ban-angling-cites-cruelty-to-fish/story-iX3w1z63rSObTv22NQdSiO.html
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    Offline charlie09

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    Re: Angling Ban due to Cruelty
    « Reply #1 on: Fri 20 Jul 08:45 2018 »
    Im surprised that India was the first to introduce this, but not surprised that its happened. Its only a matter of time before it happens in here too.
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    Re: Angling Ban due to Cruelty
    « Reply #2 on: Fri 20 Jul 09:02 2018 »
    Yes. It caught me off guard. Most of the movement in angling restrictions and animal cruelty is in Europe.

    Greater focus on animal cruelty and sportfishing is already occurring in Australia. This will continue to grow.
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    Re: Angling Ban due to Cruelty
    « Reply #3 on: Mon 23 Jul 11:10 2018 »
    As the whaling starts in japan again..... :o
    What about the mega trawlers? Bet they still power on.

    You'll see a lot of very cranky people in Aus if they try and take our fishing off us.

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    Re: Angling Ban due to Cruelty
    « Reply #4 on: Wed 25 Jul 16:24 2018 »
    So if you catch and release it's cruelty as you're "torturing" the fish per se.
    But if you catch and kill it without stressing it...it shouldn't be ?

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    Re: Angling Ban due to Cruelty
    « Reply #5 on: Wed 29 Aug 09:30 2018 »
    Now you will have the extreme greenies and conservationists and other fringe groups trying to get the ball rolling over so everyone can then become vegans
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    Re: Angling Ban due to Cruelty
    « Reply #6 on: Wed 29 Aug 14:41 2018 »
    Yes. It caught me off guard. Most of the movement in angling restrictions and animal cruelty is in Europe.

    Greater focus on animal cruelty and sportfishing is already occurring in Australia. This will continue to grow.
    It wont grow if the politicians grow some agates and stand up to the selfish loony left. We will eventually have to have our own Donald Trump moment.
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