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Bait digging in Copperhouse pool again at the moment. No answer from harbour master or rspb | FB HDG Anita Atkinson

Bait digging in Copperhouse pool again at the moment. No answer from harbour master or rspb.

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Tania Grey
Tania Grey Take pictures as proof maybe?
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· Yesterday at 12:14pm
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Anita Atkinson
Anita Atkinson He’s too far away. Don’t want to go over and do it. You never know who you are dealing with!
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· Yesterday at 12:21pm
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Mark Hutchings
Mark Hutchings Lauren confirmed on your last post what to do next and send Ben over to take a pic from a safe distance?
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· Yesterday at 12:32pm
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Anita Atkinson
Anita Atkinson Yes. He’s working at the moment.
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· Yesterday at 12:34pm
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Steve Leverton
Steve Leverton I've seen a chap doing what I can only assume is bait digging around 4am as I've run along St George's.
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· Yesterday at 12:52pm
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Tania Grey
Tania Grey Yes, I have come through between five and six am ish and have seen a chap with a young boy digging bait, just at the end of the slip there. There was a white van parked up so assumed it was theirs.
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· 23 hrs
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Graham Coad
Graham Coad Police? (Call 101) Bait digging in the Hayle Estuary SSSI is an offence against the Wildlife and Countryside Act.
(Harbour Office not open on a Sunday)
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· Yesterday at 3:01pm
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Michael Donnithorne
Michael Donnithorne I'm sure there are plenty more worms in all that mud Lol
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· 21 hrs
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Fee Hughes
Fee Hughes maybe the person is not akward that you are not allowed to dig bait there .0
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· 21 hrs
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Stella Robbins
Stella Robbins People have been digging for bait in Hayle for at least 100 years. What is the problem?
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Mark Hutchings
Mark Hutchings Commercial diggers would probably upset the ecosystem that the RSPB are there to protect. A bloke digging a few worms for a night's fishing wouldn't make the slightest difference. I guess the problem is in the cost of policing the difference.....
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Michael Donnithorne
Michael Donnithorne I think it's incase someone scares a bird Stella Robbins