Mon Dec 19, 2016 3:32 pm
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Bluezulu49 wrote:There is a follow up:
"However, according to Gus Caslake, the chairman of the Cornish Sardine Management Association, one of its member vessels was responsible. It had been following shoals of fish that were closer to the shoreline than normal this winter, and was forced to release large numbers after it caught too many to safely pull aboard. The fish were in fact dumped by a trawler for safety reasons"
The fish were identified as sardines for which there apparently is no quota so the dumping was "legal".