close season


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close season

, closed season
the period of the year when it is prohibited to kill certain game or fish
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ANGLERS across Teesside are being reminded that the coarse fish close season is in operation, as enforcement officers cast their net on illegal fishing.
But if it is true - and the results suggest strongly that it is - that our top clubs cannot win these games at the end of July, then something must be done to avoid millions disappearing from the game every close season.
That was the warning from the Environment Agency as the close season begins for coarse fishing.
Usually I switch off during the close season but this summer I will be trying to add to the squad and players will come and go.
He has yet to figure this year after injuring a hamstring in close season.
Speaking after the case, John Andrews, EA Fisheries and Recreation Technical Officer said: "People think they can get away with close season fishing because they are out of sight of a road or path.
A more likely outcome is that Ameobi, who has been given absolutely no indication that he will be given a new contract at the end of the campaign, will leave in the close season.
Kevin Summerson, of the Environment Agency, said: "Licensing laws and the close season are vital to ensure fish stocks are protected.
Cummins was forced to re-build the Bulls team in the close season after a spate of departures followed last year's close shave with liquidation and he could have hardly enjoyed a better start to his new role.
If you look at a lot of professional sports, they have a close season but the close season is a time to fix mistakes and errors and a lot of errors that happen are in people's bodies.
But after losing key players in the close season they will have Chelsea, Leeds and last year's runners-up Everton battling to rob them of their crown.
Fined pounds 150 plus pounds 35 and banned for 364 days plus 35 days plus 90 days for the close season from December 3, 2007.