A lifeline has been thrown to a plan to create a recreational sea angling fishery in the estuaries of the rivers
Kent and Essex sea fisheries committee meeting in
14) refused to follow last month’s decision (January 26) by the neighbouring Eastern sea fisheries joint committee to reject the plan.
Instead it called for more evidence to show why the facility, which will bring new business to the area, should not be created.
The Eastern committee had asked fishing organisations and individuals in
Now the plan will be examined further at a meeting to be arranged by the Kent and
Local anglers, supported by the National Federation of Sea Anglers, spent 18 months preparing the plan for the new fishery. Their proposal is to develop some eight miles of the