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The Canberra Anglers' Asso elation plans to ask fishing authorities to keep a close watci jn breeding and, other prohibited ireas in district streams..
Reports have ibeen received ol Ish being netted iccently in .pawning grounds. ' '
The n>hing season does no1 jpen until Satuiday.
As usual, keen anglers wil 'amp at the Cotter on Fridaj light to get away to an earlj
A trophy is being given for the jest fish taken during, the week ?nd opening the season.
The association hasi appealed o A.C.T. anglers to support the 2i'eel census of the ' ' N.S.W fisheries department.
During the past year -the presi lent and secretary of the asso- ciation conferred with the De
lar.tment ofv the Interior on problems associated with breed
.ig and releasing trout in, A.C.T treams. " " C
The establishment of a hatch
Ty m the A.C.T. wvas also urged
The election of ' omeè-ibearers it the annual meeting of the issoclation resulted: President,
Ylr.' iR. Prowse; vice-presidents Messrs. R. Siggins, A. Spencer, Î. 'Cornick; treasurer, Mr. E. Xeage; secretary, Mr. S. E. Aus in; assistant secretary, Mr. H. Kendall; council, Messrs. W Elphiok, E. Dunshea, F. El vorthy, O. Woodger, P. Roberts P. Roberts, H. Angus; publicity officer, Mr. H. Kendall; auditor, Mr.' W. Bradley.
Trout releases in, the past year n Tidibindbiila Crq'ék, TGud£renby River, Gibraltar Creek, Uriarra >eek, Paddy's River, Cottei ^iyer, Murrumbidgee River, and he Molonglo River ' totalled 24,000 fish.