Bass fishing in the south east of the UK has been hit hard this winter as temperatures in the UK have been consistently below zero for weeks.
The northern beaches are particularly affected, with the sea temperature around 4C (-5F) and the average for January so far this year is 3.5C (-2.5F).
The worst-affected areas of the country are the Dorset coast and the East Anglia coast.
Bass fishing is one of the most important fishing methods in Bass and North Sea, as it requires a lot of equipment and the right conditions to be successful.
It is often referred to as a ‘lifestyle’ sport, and has long been considered a ‘must-do’ for people living in the northern parts of the United Kingdom.
Although Bass fishing has been popular throughout the UK, there have been significant decreases in the numbers of people taking up the sport over the past few years.
In the UK in 2016, there were 678,000 bass fishermen, according to the Association of British Fishermen (ABF).
This fell to 562,000 in 2017, 564,000 last year and 561,000 this year.
More: Bass fishing season: Why it matters in the United StatesThe numbers are down significantly from last year, when there were 5.6 million registered bass fishermen in the U.K. At the same time, the number of people who live in areas of high Bass fishing activity, such as Dorset, have decreased by nearly half since 2016.
That is due to a combination of factors.
One is the decline in people taking part in Bass fishing.
Many people who do take part are unable to do so due to lack of income.
Some of these people will then have to find other activities, such in the mountains or on the coast.
A second factor is that Bass fishing is a niche sport, with fewer than 10 percent of people having the skills to do the sport, according the ABF.
For many people, Bass fishing requires special equipment, such a net, boat and line, which may not be available to people who can’t afford to take on the work themselves.
In addition, Bass has traditionally been regarded as a lifestyle activity.
However, the impact of the record low temperature in the North Sea has meant that the number and variety of boats has increased, with some people choosing to move into Bass fishing instead.
These factors are likely to have had a major impact on Bass fishing’s numbers over the last year.
In the last few years, the DUK has been experiencing a severe drought, with temperatures falling to -18C (-25F) in some parts of England and Wales.
Dry weather has been linked to the rapid increase in bass fishing.
The DUK’s fish stocks have been depleted and many people are now moving into Bass Fishing.
In many parts of Bass, there are a number of factors that have led to a drop in the number taking part.
Bass is a very popular sport in the DUT.
There are also signs of a decline in the activity in other areas of Bass.
In 2018, there was a significant increase in Bass Fishing activity in Dorset.
And in 2017 it was reported that the Dut had reduced its fishing season by almost half in the last two years.
However, in 2019, the UK government announced plans to introduce a minimum fishing age of 18 for Bass Fishing in Dukedom, and the British Association of Bass Fishing said that a fishing age would be introduced in 2019.
Since then, the numbers have remained low.
Despite the drop in activity in some areas of Dukdom, Bass Fishing is still popular in the country, with thousands of people using it each year.
However, there is concern that the decline may be permanent, as the government does not expect the Duk to have enough stocks of bass to cover the demands of the year ahead.
This is partly because of the difficulties involved in the fishing industry, as people have to pay to use the nets and fishing lines.
There is also a problem with the use of equipment, with equipment being used for only a small percentage of the season, which is not enough to provide the type of quality equipment needed to make Bass Fishing sustainable.
In order to make the sport sustainable, Bass Fishermen will need to invest in equipment, and it is clear that the government is not prepared to do this.
If the government continues to let the numbers continue to drop, the decline could lead to a permanent drop in Bass Fishery in the year to 2020.
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