We want CHANGE!Change the practices of fishing in singapore AND the PUB and Npark's treatment of anglers!

Up to this point,the fishing scene in Singapore has not been good.Due to bad angling practices and also due to misunderstandings between the relevant authorities and the angling public,as well as the public in general. The objective of this petition is two-fold:Put a stop to bad angling practices and increase the responsiveness of the authorities to bad angling practices that pollute our parks and our reservoirs such as littering of dead fish all over the park and drift netting being done in reservoirs and canals. What you can do: STOP bad angling practices like netting,keeping more than you need,littering REMEMBER,the authorities want to be on our side!However,they do not know our objectives and intentions.Let us make clear our objectives and intentions to them:Sport fishing and being able to fish in harmony with other park goers. REPORT any bad angling practices like netting,littering and making a nuisance in public parks and fishing grounds Lets move toward a better fishing scene in Singapore

And to the relavant authorities,many anglers have gotten into unecessary trouble with the authorities due to unclear boundries and unclear signage.Resulting in wastes of resources and time.If you do not want us to fish an area,especially along saltwater coastlines,PLEASE mark it clearly



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    Ken Piong, Singapore

    2 years ago Comments: Responsible fishing is not a crime.
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    Ray, Singapore

    2 years ago Comments: Please allow people that use lure to lure in resevoir freely. Not limiting our grounds. Knowledge is free, fishing is freedom.
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    Ken Piong, Singapore

    2 years ago Comments: Don't let the inconsiderate behavior of the minority hurt the interests of the majority in the fishing community. Responsible fishing is NOT a crime, stop treating us like criminals.
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