Fisheries Western Australia
The recommendations contained within this paper were reached after careful consideration of the public submissions provided in response to the working group’s discussion paper A Quality Future for Recreational Fishing in the Gascoyne (Fisheries Management Paper 124). The working group would like to thank everyone who forwarded submissions on the discussion paper and attended public meetings to provide input. The wide variety of comments and views expressed reflect the diverse nature of the recreational fishing sector. I believe this range of views was also well represented by the various members of the working group.
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Fishery management, Fishery policy, Bag limit, Regulations, Fishery regulation surveys, Resource sharing, Shark Bay - Western Australia, Pagrus auratus, Pink snapper, Stock enhancement.
Gascoyne Recreational Fishing Working Group.. (2001), A five year management strategy for recreational fishing in the Gascoyne Region of Western Australia. Final report of the Gascoyne Recreational Fishing Working Group.. Fisheries Western Australia, Perth. Report No. 154.
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