|Bass||42/16½||Bass are catch and release only from January – June 2016 and a one bass per angler per day limit applies from July to December 2016.|
|Conger Eel||91/36||Usually released by anglers due to breeding patterns. See conger eel article for details.|
|Mullet||33/13||Applies to thin lipped grey, thick lipped grey and golden grey.|
|Ray||41/16||Almost all ray species are classed as Vulberable or Near Threatened by the IUCN. Recommended that anglers catch and release ray species.|
|Silver Eel||38/15||Classed as Critically Endangered by the IUCN. Recommended that all silver eels caught are released, regardless of size.|
|Skate||41/16||Classed as Critically Endangered by the IUCN. Recommended that all silver eels caught are released, regardless of size.|
|Spurdog||58/23||Numbers massively reduced in UK waters. Classed as Vulnerale by the IUCN. Recommended that all spurdog are released.|
|Unclassified||20/8||All other fish and mini-species that are not listed|
|Other Species||The following species have a minimum weight rather than length when caught from the shore:
Monkfish – 7kg/15lb.
All large shark species – 18kg/40lb.
Tope – 9kg/20lb
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