Loch Ryan SAA lead the way

| March 26, 2012

At their recent AGM, Loch Ryan Sea Angling Association (LSAA) took the opportunity to review their match fishing rules.

In a move which will help reduce the number of fish retained, the format of roving matches was changed so that an angler can only weigh in one fish of any particular species; all pegged matches are to be fished on a catch-measure-release basis, with the best 3 of any particular species to count.

LSAA are to be congratulated on introducing moves which have a real conservation benefit that will also help anglers further develop their skills, as the limit on numbers will encourage them to adopt a variety of tactics in order to target a variety of species.

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