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Apr-13-2017 @ 9:07 AM                           Permalink
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As a simple observation, the BA are paying out less in mooring leases year on year, so with that in mind, since it's our toll money they are not paying out, then we should see a reduction in toll fees.

Doesn't quite work that way, but I'd like to know why?

Think what the toll rise would have been without these savings.

best regards, Richard.

In my opinion, being on a boat is one of the most relaxing place to be.

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No, fishermen do not have to pay to park there, but they have to pay £6 per day or £10 per night to fish there.
The bailif collects the money from the bank, so I would imagine that they would also collect the mooring fees.
Maybe they have thought that they can earn more money doing this and have not renewed the BA's lease?

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Crumpets that is a bit steep £10, when over the road at Worlingham you can fish for free.   Cant see that catching on (sorry for the pun).



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So if I moor overnight and fish from the bank it will cost me £15.

Would I still have to pay the fishing fee if I fished from the boat?

Could be academic as I suppose the fisherman having to move for mooring boats wouldn't apply.

Roy

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After speaking to hubby who fishes at Aldeby,  you  would be fishing at the lakes and not on the river.



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