Department of Fisheries Western Australia
While some of the factors threatening the future of the marron fishery can be managed via traditional fisheries controls, many fall outside of the Department of Fisheries’ jurisdiction and require a ‘whole of Government’ approach to management. To help ensure a quality future for the recreational marron fishery, the Recreational Freshwater Fisheries Stakeholder Sub-committee (RFFSS) has now developed a set of draft management proposals designed to form the basis of a five-year management plan for the fishery.
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Marron, Marron, smooth, Marron, hairy, Recreational fishing, Sustainability, Future directions.
Recreational Freshwater Fisheries Stakeholder Sub-Committee. (2005), Proposals for community discussion : a quality future for the recreational marron fishery : a five-year draft strategy to ensure the long-term sustainability of the marron fishery. Department of Fisheries Western Australia, Perth. Report No. 198.
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