http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-bristol-35134740 All the fish in a lake in Bristol are to be removed and destroyed in a bid to discourage fishing. Last year, the local Neighbourhood Partnership voted to ban fishing at St George's Park lake to stop wildlife being harmed by fishing line and hooks. It has now approved an option proposed by Bristol City Council to destroy the fish rather than relocate them. But Maggie Waldon, from the Friends of St George Park Group, said it did not support "outright killing of the fish". The old boating lake, according to Ms Waldon, was stocked with fish about 20 years ago and has been used as a fishing lake for many years. "It's become very run down and there are far too many fish in there to support any kind of ecosystem," she admitted. "We would really like to reduce the number of fish but we don't support the outright killing of the fish. "There are some fish that are very unwell in which case that's fair enough but our policy would be to relocate them and find them new homes." Head down with some chips and you got a meal! @racroesus sounds like you only got a short time to get in a session!