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Deal With Your Tackle - Now With Pics

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Ok, I have basically explained this all in a previous post called 'litter louts' but I NEED this to be well known to work.

I need as many of you as possible to help me keep our coastlines clear of rubbish and excessive waste.

For anyone who is interested in making a difference:
I have mailed the local coucil about installing new bins around local fishing areas
I have made a poster that I shall be printing of shortly and inclusing it in my tackle and tapeing it to my tackle bags hood so other anglers can read it
I have also made a new page on my website if you would care to take a look, this also has a link ot the poster if you wish to do the same.
http://www.harwood-fishing.8k.com

Sounds like a crazy idea, but I need this to work. We need this to work. Ive tried asking people to use bags instead of throwing it into the sea, but nobody will listen to me coz im young and "Dont know anything". If we can get together and show others how to take care of our waters, then maybe we can make fishing mroe enjoyable for all.

More info on my site

TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE TO OUR COASTLINE

Thanks All For Taking An Interest In My Post, Look Forward To Hearing Your Opinions
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Post by disasterdave »

totally behind you on this, now are you sure this is the way to the pub? ;)

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Post by eccles »

You are not wrong my friend but I'm afraid there are too many chavs about these days who have no respect for anything or anybody. Just watch what happens now the mackerel season is underway they will get down the beaches, catch mackerel by the score and throw most of them away because they are too dumb and ignorant to have any respect for any kind of life. Hence they will always chuck their rubbish all over the beaches no matter what we try to do.

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Somehting I havnt mentioned yet is I am resepetable member of the public. With the introduction of a press office within a school and leading it for two years. A strong bond with the police and many people choosing to avoid me. I have one of the more powerful hands down in newhaven/peacehaven in youth culture.
I have nice press contacts and i know the school will have to back me up :D

If I can get schools involved then that almost solves ourt problem down here.

Whether it is a way fto the public or not. I will not stop at the first huredle. This should be an oprdinary consideration. We shouldnt need to enforce this like this.

Im away on a break for a while but I will be delighted if you could mail me with other ideas on how to enhance this further

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Post by slipperyeel »

I once again agree with what you say but if by some chance it did get sorted, you still get junk from other countries washing up everywhere so would only be a short term solution as the rough seas bring foreign junk to our shores :(

but it would lessen the amount so i say go for it :D

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Post by Harwoody »

Just got back from my break, My old school is interested in getting involved and the local council is seriously keen to do somehting.

I may be onto something here. :D Lets hope we can achieve something.

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Post by slipperyeel »

seems like your on a roll there, keep it up all.

also good to see your old school is intrested in it :)

Congrats on the progress.

Carl.

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good on you mate and good luck in your quest

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What got me thinking If someone could tell me what these are, I will be greatly appreciative. Thank You
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Post by slipperyeel »

well there a bit far gone, but would say maybe small codling hard to tell with the condition there in but could be wrong

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look like rockling to me but yeah they dont look to clever

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gazza76 wrote:look like rockling to me but yeah they dont look to clever
take that back as no barbles on the head so now thinks poor cod

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Post by shannock »

good luck mate

they look like cod to me

what a shame but this happens all the time
cheers steve

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Post by Harwoody »

I know I keep saying it, but I aim to atleast decrease the number of unnecesary deaths like this. Kids use these rockpools. I was discusted - How you think these 4-5year olds kids feel if and when they see a sight like this?

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