Shellfish ban

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  • #7096
    Duckman
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    reading in todays Northern Outlook, there is a Shellfish ban from Amberley beach to Birdlings Flat, Harmful toxins were detected in shellfish monitered in the area. shellfish includes scallops, tuatua, cockles, oysters, mussels, pipi, cats-eyes, pupu, kina

    #19356
    Duckman
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    Crayfish, crabs, paua and finfish are fine long as the gut is properly removed

    #19519
    fishforpot
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    A mate went yesterday to grab some for bait , I wouldnt have bothered myself ….he’d mentioned that the last few times he’d been down there the Gooks had been there in droves , filling sacks with thousands of them …..
    He spent over an hour yesterday and found 5 …….the Gooks were still there , entire families of them and were having trouble filling those fabric shopping bags …..if the toxic shit kills them , it’ll be a year too late

    Dont get me wrong , I have a lot of Asian mates and am quite interested in learning Korean , but these greedy fookers know the rules and ignore them

    #19556
    yellowfin
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    went for a walk down pines on sunday. there were a couple down there filing up their bags as well. Theres orange posters stapled all over the place atm with the warning on it. But they were still out there going hard. Could have warned them.. but thought they should find out the hard way.

    #19559
    oompalompa
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    fishforpot

    #20074
    yellowfin
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    no they are pingers they will just play dumb and be like oh i cant understand engrish very well its the same at pier with crabs taking way more than their daily limit i also know of a non gook taking a hell of alot also. last time i went out i managed to get about 30-40 tua tua pleanty for bait in about 20 min that was a few weeks ago

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