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SACN Ireland Surveys Recreational Sea Angling

Aug 25,2006 SACN

SACN Ireland are conducting a survey of anglers who go sea fishing in Ireland, whether visitors or native Irishmen.

Andy Elliot, one of the SACN Regional Co-ordinators for Irleand writes:

"We hope to use the conclusions drawn from the data you and other recreational sea anglers provide to help form political opinion and hopefully effect some changes.

In other countries, there is a growing awareness of the social, economic and other benefits that recreational sea angling can provide.

As such, anglers in other countries are treated as important stakeholders in the marine environment and are invited to participate in policy formulation.

We lack this right at the moment in Ireland but hope that information such as that provided by this survey will help anglers here get to that position.

If you have ever fished in Ireland could you please take the time to fill in our online survey, available on our website at:



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