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Also would like more infoHello, about to move to the Netherlands. I want to travel (internationally) with my spearfishing gears (including knives and speargun and shafts), but I know that spearfishing is illegal there (I will be traveling to fish) . What kind of documentation do I need to bring with me? Will these items be confiscated at customs? I hear it is illegal to have in general, but I want to be able to live in the Netherlands and fly to other countries with my gear for fishing for holidays. Any advice would be helpful, thank you.
I will be happy to share my name and personal information first with anyone who likes to join the WhatsApp group.Note: this forum provides a private conversation feature which you guys are welcome to use to converse in private. It also means that you don't need to share your phone number, as you do with WhatApp.
Please be careful communicating personal information to strangers, or on the forum which is public.
I support your whatsapp group idea to the fullest. If I still lived in the Netherlands/Belgium I would surely join. My sim card remark was to X's cautioning about giving people your phone number or other personal information. But still, having a 2nd sim card that isn't registred is always a good thing. Sort of like a [email protected] address for all the webforms.Just for clarity sake. ... ...
Useful for terrorism, drug dealing and other nefarious activities too. I think the UK is the same.That's the one good thing about the Netherlands. You can still get cheap unregistered prepaid cards at nearly every supermarket. No passports, not even a name is required.