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The Daily Post asked NRW to respond to the following points brought up by Mr White: *That NRW is making imposition of these catch and release byelaws mandatory, in contrast to England *That CPWF believes there is far greater threat to fish stocks from pollution, agriculture, hydropower and uncontrolled cormorant and goosander populations - which attack juvenile stocks - than from rod and line anglers *That the byelaws will, and are already, having a detrimental effect on the numbers of anglers and threatening the viability of well established businesses *That in short they believe that NRW is using "a sledgehammer to crack a very small nut" with the legislation In each instance NRW directed us back to the Welsh Government's Marine Fisheries Inspector's Report.
(15.) CPWF, supra note 6, at 7; Nelson Obirih-Opareh, Socioeconomic and Political Impact of Transboundary Water Management of the Volta Basin, in THE HYDROPOLITICS OF AFRICA: A CONTEMPORARY CHALLENGE 175, 177 (Marcel Kitissou et al.
The CPWF is alarmed at an EAW funding shortfall for bailiffs and is now lobbying the Welsh Government for more cash.
Cardiff has asked for proof of the level of illegal activity taking place in Welsh fisheries, prompting the CPWF to launch a reporting facility on its website.
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