Descriptive and Interesting Facts of Flying Fish Bright HubIn UK waters around 770,000 km2 fishing operates under the historical public right to fish Appleby, 2005 which allows for all UK citizens and currently, presumably, by extension EU residents via UK club of the EU to fish its waters. The vessels are approved under phase 4 of the Sea Fish Conservation Act Great Britain, 1967 and article 7 of CFP Regulation 1224/2009 European Union, 2009. Upon exit from the EU, these regulations are set to proceed until repealed by the UK executive or the DAs. Because of the complexity of devolution, there is a concordat on vessel licensing and quota distribution among the four nations’ administrations The Administrations, 2016, however there are wide alterations between the management in Scotland and anything else of the UK The Sunday Times, 2014. There is no ongoing charge for fishing licences in the UK, though “entitlements” to licences that are different from quota, as they relate to the entitlement to a vessel licence instead of the quota itself, which sits on that licence are bought and sold and even aggregated, as new licences are not presently being issued Scottish Government, 2015. Prior to May 2015 fishing licences were renewed periodically.