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#16
Shannon Wrote:August is spawning time in Inanda for the big girls who drop the most eggs with the right DNA. Albert Falls is September.

Then they got it spot on! Good one Msinsi! :blue-biggrin:
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robfisher Wrote:
Shannon Wrote:August is spawning time in Inanda for the big girls who drop the most eggs with the right DNA. Albert Falls is September.

Then they got it spot on! Good one Msinsi! :blue-biggrin:

Agree, well done Msinsi!
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#18
Its a good thing, at least something is being done.
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#19
Down here in the Cape we prefer to hold our tournaments and inter provincials, at dams like Clanwilliam, when the smallies are spawning :blue-rolleyes:
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#20
Josvanheerden Wrote:Cant say much for the locals nor on how Msinsi intend to police this rule :blue-idea:

This is the only problem. The locals might see it as open season as there are no bass boats around to hassle them.
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how much more I have to learn about fishing.
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#21
Jeremy Wrote:This is the only problem. The locals might see it as open season as there are no bass boats around to hassle them.

Yip, that's the problem.

Must say I have not seen any gill nets at Inanda for a while ....
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Jeremy Wrote:This is the only problem. The locals might see it as open season as there are no bass boats around to hassle them.

Or is them Hassling us ? - Give me rubber worm!!

Good initiative though thumbs up from me
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#23
Some food for thought:

Assumption 1:
Inanda is fully stocked with bass in kg/ha sustainable but maybe the age classes are not ideal.

Assumption 2:
"Replenishment" in this sense would mean replacement fish that survive to replace those removed naturally or by anglers deliberately.

Assumption 3:
Only those anglers who access the fishery past Msinsi signboards have an effect on spawning or congregating fish?

Assumption 4:
Msinsi management have put a value on breeding fish in excess of the revenue generated by the hordes of anglers who target them at these times!

This is a good idea in theory but only time will tell if it is more beneficial than other forms of intervention.
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