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  • #55870

    TF_gmonkman
    Member

    Apologies upfront to those who may of already come across this request elsewhere…..

    Bangor University are running an EFF funded project, Sustainable Use of Fisheries Resources in Welsh Waters
    LINK: http://fisheries-conservation.bangor.ac.uk/wales/finfish.php.en

    As part of this we are looking into developing an online angling diary, but we want to know what anglers would expect from an online diary and also if there is enough interested to make it viable. It should be noted that the diary would be extended to anglers outside of Wales.

    As such I would be grateful if you could complete the ]Recreational Sea Angling Diary here:
    LINK: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/YDBQY8S

    Some of you may of seen the various threads on worldseafishing forum about the Sustainable Fisheries Project. If you would like to express an opinion on the project then there is a survey availble here
    LINK: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/M3FM7LZ

    Full information is available to registered and logged in members at the worldseafishing forum here
    LINK: http://www.worldseafishing.com/forums/wales-c-p/1984887-bangor-university-sustainable-sea-fisheries-project-overview-michel-kaiser-q.html

    Sorry for the lack of formatting, bbcode appears to be disabled, I assume because I am a new member.

    thank you.

    Graham Monkman
    Fisheries and Conservation Science Group (MSc)
    School of Ocean Sciences
    Bangor University
    Menai Bridge
    Anglesey

  • #168467

    TF_gmonkman
    Member

    Thanks to all those who have contributed so far.

    I’ll post the a summary of the diary feedback results once the survey is complete – only fair – I know us anglers get surveyed quite a lot and there is often no feedback returned.

    Anyway, currently running at 40 completed surveys for the Diary and about 20 for the Sustainable Welsh Fisheries one. Need at least a 100 to be able to considered “reliable”.

    If you would like more information, then an extensive introduction and a question and answer series is available here http://www.gmonkman.eclipse.co.uk/misc/wsf_post.html

  • #169074

    TF_gmonkman
    Member

    The diary and Welsh sustainable fisheries project feedback surveys will be closing this week, they had 61 and 32 respondents respectively.

    The project still continues however, and Economic interviews of anglers will be rolling out shortly and the collection of biological samples is going strong for the foreseeable future!

    I will be working through the submitted diary data and the questionnaire over the next month and hope to be able to provide a high level summary to the forum.

    thank you to everyone who contributed – there is still time to complete a survey if you havent already!

  • #169149

    TF_gmonkman
    Member

    This survey was closed on 2nd October 2013.

    Thanks for all those who contributed.

    The Welsh Sustainable Fisheries Project is still underway, for updates and details on how to contact the team or how to contribute, please visit our website.

    A early preliminary report, based on the biological sampling work, has now been published and is available here.

  • #169414

    TF_chal3oye
    Participant

    Currently running at 40 completed surveys for the Diary and about 20 for the Sustainable Welsh Fisheries one. Need at least a 100 to be able to considered “reliable”.

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