Department of Fisheries Western Australia
With a growing population and advances in technology, fishing pressure will continue to grow and anglers will become more efficient at targeting fish, particularly offshore demersal species such as blue groper, dhufish, red snapper, breaksea cod and queen snapper. There is also a clear need for recreational fisheries management to complement the existing management arrangements for the charter industry, and provide the necessary framework for recreational fishing to be incorporated into an integrated management framework with other fishing sectors.
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Fishery management, Western Australia, Fishery management, Fishery regulations, Surveys, Community participation, Artisanal fishing, Recreational fishing.
South Coast Recreational Fishing Working Group.. (2004), Proposals for community discussion - a quality future for recreational fishing in the South Coast. A five-year strategy for managing the recreational component of the catch.. Department of Fisheries Western Australia, Perth. Report No. 182.
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