HC Deb 25 June 1900 vol 84 c913
SIR CHARLES CAMERON (Glasgow, Bridgeton)

I beg to ask the Lord Advocate whether the attention of the Scottish Fishery Board has been called to the prevalence of illegal fishing in Loch Fyne, and the inadequacy of the sailing cutter "Daisy" for its suppression, and whether it is proposed to take any steps to render the policing of the waters more efficient.


I am informed by the Fishery Board that one complaint as to daylight fishing in Loch Fyne was received from Glasgow a few days ago, and is now being investigated, but as yet no confirmation has been obtained by them. They are of opinion that with the continuous presence there of the "Daisy" and the frequent visits of the "Vigilant," the supervision of the fishing in Loch Fyne is sufficiently provided for.