So hopefully the estimated 16,000 fishermen who used to be permit holders with the North West Association of Sea Angling Clubs, will understand the difficulties in comparison to when angling was allowed over a much greater area on both sides of the river.
What does NWASAC stand for?
NWASAC stands for North West Association of Sea Angling Clubs (UK)
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It beats the existing Anglesey record and more than doubles the North West Association of Sea Angling Clubs best record smoothhound.
Since the 1980s the North West Association of Sea Angling Clubs has had a catch and return policy in boat fishing events to prevent deaths.
THE North West Association of Sea Angling Clubs has always operated conservation measures to protect fish stocks and in the Otterspool summer league each man has his fish measured, returned and recorded on a score sheet.
The North West Association of Sea Angling Clubs had a Personal Members Championship match at Greenfield, near Deeside, and Bootle's Joe Perry was an easy winner with a 14lb 5oz total.
The subject of weights and measures came up for discussion at the North West Association of Sea Angling Clubs AGM, with a proposal to abandon the current system of catching, measuring and releasing fish, rather than keeping them until the end of the day (by which times most fish have died) to be weighed.