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An unusual sign giving anglers preference over boats at certain times of the year. Anybody know where it is?

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Mmmmm not sure about that, depends where it is and how many moorings there are there. I’m an Angler and as such contribute nothing to the B.A. budget (and therefore the upkeep of the moorings) so don’t see why I as an Angler should hold any precedence over me as a Boat owner who does contribute.

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At last  -  one that I think I might even know!  Smile

I think it's at Potter Heigham, above the new bridge on the South-East side.  If my memory serves me right (and of course it might not), a section of the moorings has the angler preference for a chilly part of the year.


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I’m an Angler and as such contribute nothing to the B.A. budget (and therefore the upkeep of the moorings) so don’t see why I as an Angler should hold any precedence over me as a Boat owner who does contribute.
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TT,

It appears you have fallen into the trap set by the BA that they care for those that contribute.

Now, take yourself outside, slap yourself around the head a few times and once that thought has well and truly been left behind you can come back in. Smile

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That's correct Jeremy-Aslan. The first section of mooring is normal BA mooring. The middle section is as per sign and the last section is for yachts feasting.

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Thankd for that Gary, I took your adsvice and gave myself a good kicking.

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TT, I could have done that for you. That's what friends are for.  Smile

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Now you tell me Pally, I broke my blooming nail doing it as well! Oh well next time I listen to that Silver tongued rascal I'll know who to cal.

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quote:"......
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Best auto-correct for a while.

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