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shimkel
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PostSubject: poaching..   Thu Apr 22 2010, 11:17

was down on the barrow today doing a bit of roach fishing and i noticed this guy going under a bridge,fair enough i thought,might pull a few from there.when i finished up i walked back up past the bridge but there was no sign of this guy,thought to myself,sure a quick cast in here won't hurt,it was then that i noticed a piece of string tied to a rock.of course curiosity got the better of me and i had to have a closer look,so i pulled the string which brought up a net witch was spanning the width of the bridge.so without hesitation i pulled the whole setup out of the water and quickly made crap of the whole thing,as i was doing so the guy came back,he started shouting all sorts of crap at me,he was shaping up and wouldn't let me pass,that was until my cute little doggie came galloping up the bank,needless to say,my dog doesn't look so cute when all 9 stone of her comes at ya!!the guy backed off and after a few more expletives i continued on my way and then reported it to a local guy who said he was gonna report it to the fb immediately.this is my first real experience of seeing these fn's doing this and the guy clearly felt he was doing nothing wrong,i have to say i was completely gobsmacked,anyway the score is big dog 1- fn's 0
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Thu Apr 22 2010, 11:32

Exellent stuff shimkel excellent stuff , as you now have seen this first hand , can you imagine how many guys are like him and how many waters thta this is going on , Ive had many confrontations many physical but its a waste of time they dont care ,till we get the proper backing from the fisheries board and the law this is going to continue unfortunately . this is one of the shitheads thats giving the decent honest foreign angler the bad name .
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Thu Apr 22 2010, 12:28

FAIR PLAY FELLA!
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Thu Apr 22 2010, 12:34

Well done. where on the Barrow did this happen.
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Thu Apr 22 2010, 12:51

lets not forget ..well done dog
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Thu Apr 22 2010, 13:31

good team work, keep it up !!!
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Thu Apr 22 2010, 13:38

i wouldn't mind but the guy had a rod with him,whats the point in bringing a rod if your gonna do that?
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Thu Apr 22 2010, 13:47

shimkel wrote:
i wouldn't mind but the guy had a rod with him,whats the point in bringing a rod if your gonna do that?


Fair play to you is the rod a bit of camoflague or to beat off other hungry fns
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Thu Apr 22 2010, 13:58

The dog looks fairly handy alright reminds me of the dog in the omen !
she looks hungry !!
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Thu Apr 22 2010, 15:38

next time ring yourself straight the FB--and stay around if you can to give the details!!well done !!well done and fair-play for your dog to!!
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Thu Apr 22 2010, 23:35

philiphito wrote:
next time ring yourself straight the FB--and stay around if you can to give the details!!well done !!well done and fair-play for your dog to!!

weldone u an the dog but as philip says ring the fb 1st an leave the nets there until they arrive so pics of it can be taken where it was found...its much better dat way when it comes 2 bringing them 2 court.....
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Fri Apr 23 2010, 01:10

well done fair play................ thank god a lot of them have gone back to where they came from, one good thing to come out of the recession............... hopefully the rest will follow.
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Fri Apr 23 2010, 01:21

Vote BNP and chuck the Jam rolls out!

I have never voted in my life but I think someyhing has to be done about foriegners tking our jobs drinking our beer and shagging our bints!
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Fri Apr 23 2010, 01:23

434 That sounds like your tarring them all with the one brush ,Now thats just plain wrong !As has been stated on recent posts its a small minority giving the majority a bad name . Should my eastern european freinds go too? Even though they are genuine Lads ? I would rethink my last statement if I were you cos we have some of these legit lads frequenting this forum also and they may take offence to that ....
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Fri Apr 23 2010, 01:26

Yet again another intelligent statement snobber !
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Fri Apr 23 2010, 01:52

snobber get a life.
dont think the british national party will get much support here in co cork.
bernie the foreigner
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Fri Apr 23 2010, 02:14

snobber wrote:
Vote BNP and chuck the Jam rolls out!

I have never voted in my life but I think someyhing has to be done about foriegners tking our jobs drinking our beer and shagging our bints!
VIAGRA!
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Fri Apr 23 2010, 05:00

This is an Irish forum. The bnp are a british party. So let them show the way and f--k off. Not all fn's are poachers but all bnp party members are racist scum.
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Fri Apr 23 2010, 05:15

thats right kevin, as i said "intelligent "comments made this moring !
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Fri Apr 23 2010, 05:27

let me clarify that i am not tarring them all with the same brush,i do a lot of my fishing with nerijus off the forum here and he is a genuine angler,loves his carp fishing!!!it is the minority who ruin it for the rest,also i didn't have my phone with me,if i did i would have taken the pics myself!!
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Fri Apr 23 2010, 05:58

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434 That sounds like your tarring them all with the one brush ,Now thats just plain wrong !As has been stated on recent posts its a small minority giving the majority a bad name . Should my eastern european freinds go too? Even though they are genuine Lads ? I would rethink my last statement if I were you cos we have some of these legit lads frequenting this forum also and they may take offence to that ....

Michael broadly speaking you are right, and I don't want to antagonise genuine anglers, that's the last thing I want to do. I have no problem with eastern European immigrants who come here and respect the law. sadly and truthfully a lot do not and this has to be said, nobody here (on this forum) no matter how blinded by PC can not deny that. A substantial element of East Europeans (not all, its impossible to put a % on it) show utter disrespect towards the people and the rural environment of this country. sadly I don't like to say it but its a fact I would very much prefer it the opposite was the case. So those who think they can crap all over everyone else can go and do it on their own patch as far as I am concerned. we have enough Irish idiots without importing and tolerating more.
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Fri Apr 23 2010, 06:17

Ill agree there ,there is valid points but as ive stressed before its a minority ruining things for the majority , Any way i wont fall out with you or any man voicing his opinion just when i read the post seemed a bit harsh , is that fair enough ? and believe me I know what your saying Ive had many experiences with this sort of thing firsthand myself , no row intended .
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Fri Apr 23 2010, 07:46

Poachers drill holes in ice to pilfer coarse stocks
By Angling Times
General News
12 January 2010 13:26

These pictures show the extreme lengths some poachers will go to in order to take fish illegally for the pot. Five individuals are shown drilling holes in the ice to fish for perch at Rahan's Lake, County Monaghan, near the border between Eire and Northern Ireland.

Their publication comes in the same week that officials from the Loughs Agency of Ireland introduced a total ban on the removal of fish in the areas they feel have been hit hardest by poachers.

Unlike the authorities in England and Wales who, under proposed new byelaws, are set to allow the taking of up to a dozen small coarse fish a day, Loughs Agency bosses have chosen to adopt far stricter rules after surveys showed coarse stocks in the Carlingford and Foyle catchment areas which border County Monaghan were at an alarmingly low level.

The scheme, which will be run across all waters controlled by the organisation including former world championship venue the Newry Canal, will make it illegal for anyone to remove even a single bream, carp, perch, roach, rudd or tench.

The debate has now started as to whether the new laws should be rolled out across the whole of Ireland, with some believing it is a necessity in order to preserve the country's once-legendary bream and roach fishing for the future.

Loughs Agency director of conservation and protection John McCartney said: "A survey was commissioned to check stocks in our venues and it found coarse fish particularly bream were in decline. We have now banned the removal of all coarse fish and anyone caught breaking these laws will be instantly prosecuted. Other organisations need to follow our lead if they want to stop national stocks deteriorating."

However, Eamonn Cusack, chief executive of the Shannon Regional Fishery Board, believes a complete ban is unnecessary. He told Angling Times: "A few years ago, bag limits were decided and these appear to be working well. Some lakes may benefit from a total ban on fish removal but, on the whole, we feel this wouldn't work because some people still eat certain species and anglers use small fish for bait. We are always reviewing the situation and we would ask anglers to contact us with their views on the issue."

However, this stance has been viewed as naive by many anglers, including Irish team manager Richard Caplice. He said: "I have personally congratulated the Loughs Agency for its decision, but this needs to be rolled out nationally. Bag limits were introduced in good faith, but the loophole needs closing. There are ruthless individuals who are slowly emptying our venues."
Found this on another site. EAMONN CUSACK "S quote says it all I think
nuff said
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Fri Apr 23 2010, 08:39

hairig wrote:
Well done. where on the Barrow did this happen.

Shimkel.
Where did this poaching attempt take place. I will pass on information to the local club.
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PostSubject: Re: poaching..   Sun Apr 25 2010, 13:31

hairig wrote:
hairig wrote:
Well done. where on the Barrow did this happen.

Shimkel.
Where did this poaching attempt take place. I will pass on information to the local club.

Pm Sent.
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