Campaigning for a Sustainable Sea Bass Fishery

Save Our Sea Bass helps members of the public get their voice heard by the sea bass fishery managers.

March 2018 Update

Fishing for Sea Bass Should Not Be A Crime!

As the law stands, it is illegal for the public to catch and keep a single sea bass for the table in 2018.

The sea bass fishery, which belongs to all of us, has just been privatised.  If you want to put a sea bass on your family table, you must buy one from a commercial fisherman, you are not allowed to go and catch one yourself.

We need you write to the EU Commission and our Fisheries Minister, George Eustice MP, urging them to protect the public’s right to catch and eat bass.  It’s easy to do, just follow this link.

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