There was a sighting of a new tropical fish in Litchfield lake, rumors on the internet have said that the fish thought to be pacu has attacked humans that have been fishing or swimming that that water.
But the lake superintendent has said you can’t believe everything the internet tells you, that’s the beauty of the internet always coming up with rumors, he added that people should not throw their unwanted fish into the lakes it can cause serious damage to the eco system.
Right now their keeping a close eye on the fish two of them have been caught right now and taken photo off to prove that it’s not a man eating fish but they grow very big up to 50 pounds. The bad thing about this story is that the fish will die as soon as winter comes due to it being a tropical fish.
A chartered fishing boat operator has won a legal battle with authorities that tried to prosecute his firm for fishing in a 44ft boat off Portland Bill and Shambles Bank.
Carlin, who runs Carlin Boat Charter Limited, fought the prosecution claiming that the bylaw was intended for commercial operators not the recreational anglers onboard his boat. Both the Professional Boatman’s Association and Weymouth and Portland Licensed Skippers Association supported this view.
The judges at the High Court ordered that Carlin’s costs be covered by public funds whilst SIFCA, which is funded by local authorities,should cover their own costs. Carlin claims that the case has cost the public purse more than £120,000.
The saga began four years ago at the European Angling Championships off the Shambles. Carlin’s boat was boarded by the SSF and told they were breaking a bylaw. After six months of negotiations the authority again boarded his boat and he was issued with a notice of prosecution.
Florida’s Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission has announced four days this year that people in Florida can fish without having a license.
“Fishing is a great way to enjoy Florida’s beautiful outdoors, great weather and a wonderful day with family and friends,” said Florida Governor Rick Scott. “License-free fishing days are the perfect opportunity to discover the fun and excitement of fishing and Florida’s great outdoors.”
You won’t need a recreational fishing license on the special days listed below.
April 7 (freshwater) The weather is usually comfortable this time of year. Plus it is Easter weekend, which many people like to spend with a variety of activities with family or friends.
June 2 (saltwater) The date conincides with the first weekend of Gulf red snapper season and National Fishing and Boating Week, which means there will be lots of other related activities going on too.
June 9 (freshwater) Coincides with the last day of National Fishing and Boating Week. Last year, 38 states had at least one license-free fishing day during this annual event.
Sept. 1 (saltwater) This is on the Saturday of Labor Day Weekend, when lots of people have time to celebrate the traditional end-of-summer holiday. Bay scallops, lobster and snook will be open for harvest on this date.
The license-free fishing designation applies only to recreational fishing, not commercial. All other bag limit, season and size restrictions apply on these dates.
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