Future management of the metropolitan recreational Roe's Abalone Fishery.
Department of Fisheries Western Australia
Following the setting of a 40 tonne Total Allowable Recreational Catch (TARC) for the Perth recreational abalone fishery, a working group was formed to examine future management options. The Metropolitan Roe’s Abalone Recreational Fishery Working Group (“the Working Group”) examined historical management, key principles, amenity of fishing, bag limits, license numbers, season length and timing of the season to assist its deliberations. A questionnaire was also sent out to 1,000 abalone recreational licence holders, with 20 per cent of licensees providing a detailed response.
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Abalone fisheries, Roe's abalone, Haliotis roe, Recreational fishing, Fishery management, Community participation, Perth metropolitan area - Western Australia, Western Australia
Metropolitan Roe's Abalone Recreational Fishery Working Group.. (2010), Future management of the metropolitan recreational Roe's Abalone Fishery.. Department of Fisheries Western Australia, Perth. Report No. 243.
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