Stealth Fishing

New European Union regulations come into force next month, limiting the use of stealth technology in the fishing industry. Stealth techniques have increasingly been employed to confuse haddock over the last few years, transplanting traditional fishing methods and leading to a drastic reduction of fish stocks.

However, critics of the ban claim that it will be impossible to police, as the very nature of stealth technology means that transgressions will remain undetected. The only feasible solution, they say, is to arm fish with a series of counter measures, such as trout sonar or heat-seeking pilchards.

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