fishing licence

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a license authorizing the bearer to fish during a specified period of time

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Designing this years fishing licence combines 2 of my passions: fishing and art.
He had got fishing licences in the past and would ensure that if he took his children fishing in future that he would get a permit.
I want to have a system that links the smart cards to the fishing licence, so that people can't hide or lie," he said.
The move followed a meeting with Shaikh Mohammed bin Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Crown Prince of Ras Al Khaimah, who also ordered that fishing licence shall only be renewed every four years instead of two at present.
However, lately the new rule states that there will now be a cost of Dhs250 for a new fishing licence and the money goes to the Dubai Fishermen Co-operative Association.
Hassan added that no fishing licence would be issued to those who have their visas issued from another emirate and are living in another emirate.
FISHY REMINDERS FISHERIES staff from the Environment Agency are reminding anglers that April 1 means new fishing licences are needed, and that fishing without a licence can lead to a fine.
It provides that fishing licences will be granted for the catching of tuna to four purse seine vessels and ten long-liners, with a possibility for the number of purse seine vessels to increase from the second year, depending on the state of the stock and the yearly limits to licence numbers established under the regional Palau Arrangement.
THREE anglers from Coventry have taken their campaign to abolish fishing licences to the House of Commons.
The review noted that recreational fishing licence fees have not increased since 2010 and, importantly, they contribute to the total cost of managing recreational fishing in WA.
The introduction of a sea fishing licence will not only harm Anglesey's tourist economy, but it will also deter many young teenagers, who won't be able to afford the licence, from using much of their leisure time doing what generations of anglers have enjoyed doing before.
ANGLERS are being reminded to update their fishing licence or risk being fined up to pounds 2,500.
And with an annual fishing licence now costing 30 these individuals are probably wishing theyd chosen the cheaper option.
A full season coarse and trout fishing licence for 2007/2008 costs pounds 24.
The Environment Agency and Angling Trust are running a pilot project, funded by the fishing licence, testing the benefits of giving members of Voluntary Bailiff Service powers to make fishing licence and byelaw checks.