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cyborx

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  1. is that a fish in your hand or you got an infection in your thumb nail looking secsy in those shorts mufty
  2. bishops bowl is a bit closer tho
  3. dog lane is just within my day ticket range lads
  4. hahaha!! Noob! as stated above somewhere, 1 x min per ml of pellet size is bang on. i 1/4 fill bait box with lake water and then a couple hands of pellet 2mm and 4mm, pour in a generous dose of liquid attractant and wait 4 min, pour off excess water and wait ten-twenty mins so its best to do your bait before setting up then by the time your rods ready then so is your bait, i use the shotgun first as the pellets may not hold together as yet then after an hour or two i swap to the method. always make up another batch when your down to 3/4 of the first lot to give it time to settle and bingo the shotgun refereed to above is the shotgun feeder
  5. what needs to happen and what is in force at the moment is neither here nor there, the law is the law and if you break it you are committing a crime, whether the law is 200 or 1 year old and THAT particular one was passed in 1968 so not really due for repeal yet is it. and the LAW does state that the LAWFULL executioner of the LAW is LAWFULLY entitled to deprive the LAWBREAKER of the means to break the LAW. unless you were in the court room for every case of this nature you would not know weather or not the kit had been confiscated. if that dont at least get you to research your argument then i give up, you win. i just hope that you never get in the position where you have an EA bailiff in your face telling you your wrong. have a nice night
  6. that is exactly what a policeman does too but he is also empowered to seize goods and or chattels that are being carried or used in the commission of a crime. fishing without a license is now classed as a crime as defined in law IE to commit an act without observing the laws pertaining to that act.
  7. the courts dont define theft the way you do, The meaning of ‘take’ in this legal context. In Wells v Hardy (1964), Lord Chief Justice Parker defined this: -‘“Taking” does not include an element of “asportation” (i.e. carrying the fish away from the water). It means to lay hands upon, to grasp, to seize or to capture’. This means than an individual still commits the offence if fish are retained in a keep net. The offence is also committed if the angler is fishing but has yet to catch anything. are we there yet??
  8. did you get fed up of reading before the end bud? last sentence goes........Any person, therefore, also has the power to seize ‘anything which on that person’s conviction of the offense would be liable to forfeiture’. this being at the time that the offender is caught in the act. cant link direct as it is a pdf doc, just search for The Essential Guide to Elementary Freshwater Fishery Law & Enforcement in England
  9. fishing without a current license is classed as poaching as defined by the 'theft act 1968' Fishing without a permit is known as ‘Taking or destroying fish’ under Schedule 1 of the Theft Act 1968 :-‘... a person who unlawfully takes or destroys, or attempts to take or destroy, any fish in water which is private property or in which there is any private right of fishery, shall on summary conviction be liable to a fine not exceeding Level 5 on the standard scale (£5000). It is important, however, to understand that an individual still commits the offense if fish are retained in a keep net. The offense is also committed if the angler is fishing but has yet to catch anything. The courts have the power upon conviction to ‘order the forfeiture of anything which, at the time of the offense, he had with him for the taking or destroying of fish’. Any person, therefore, also has the power to seize ‘anything which on that person’s conviction of the offense would be liable to forfeiture’. think that says it all.
  10. SWEET!!! nice deep colour, scale and fin perfect specimen. fish aint bad neither
  11. nice one dave, lovely linier that bud
  12. no license, confiscate the gear and fine. caught poaching with no license, confiscate the gear and custodial + deportation if warranted. gear should NEVER be returned as if they have no license they cant use it so dont need the temptation to repeat the transgression . my penny worth
  13. i just put it bluntly, would you sit on the bottom of you parents bed when they were having some nookies? nope you would just slink away smiling and let em get on with it i would ring em up and clarify the point then ask them to defer your sesh till after they have finished.
  14. i thought they were the bee's too bud, i have got a fair stock of the arma points but they are in 12s and 10s for me feeder lol, could get away with the 10s on zigs i suppose
  15. this weather keeps up i would say over the weekend sometime matey.