A five year management strategy for recreational fishing on the South Coast. The Minister for Fisheries' decision in response to the final report of the South Coast Recreational Fishing Working Group.
Department of Fisheries Western Australia
After careful consideration of the South Coast Recreational Fishing Working Group’s recommendations and the wide range of issues raised in submissions, I have made my decisions in respect to the future management arrangements for recreational fishing in South Coast Region. I believe the new management arrangements which will be implemented in 1 January 2006 will go a long way to protecting recreational fishing quality and meeting the long term needs for the sustainable management of recreational fishing. I did note that some of the most pressing concerns raised during public meetings, and in submissions, related to the interaction between the commercial and recreational fishing sectors and how to effectively manage the catch by each sector.
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Fishery policy, Fishery regulations, Area regulations, Protected resources, Recreational fishery regulations, Size-limit regulations, Quota regulations, Western Australia
Ford (Minister for Fisheries; the Kimberley, Pilbara and Gascoyne), J. (2005), A five year management strategy for recreational fishing on the South Coast. The Minister for Fisheries' decision in response to the final report of the South Coast Recreational Fishing Working Group.. Department of Fisheries Western Australia, Perth. Report No. 202.
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