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maggi57
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Hi all hope you are all well now we are back on the water , just a little /big niggle actually ,we went fishing at wroxham mon and fished near the railway bridge to my dismay I saw a piece of line so picked it up and put in my rubbish bag , an hour later I'm still finding line , hooks , even a treble , braid, some of which had been there a long time , so disheartening

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Not disheartening Maggs, disgusting but hardly surprising, look around at the amount of rubbish discarded everywhere, sadly it seems some fisherman are no better.
A friend of mine took his dog for a walk on a beach in Dorset, his dog picked up and ate a sea hook that still had the piece of fish that had been used as bait on it, before my friend could stop him, he had swallowed it.
A visit to the vet an operation and a £2300 bill were the end result.

if it is to be it is up to me.

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That is terrible , what is wrong with people  Frown

regards maggie


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