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Author Topic: Changes in the gillnet hook and trap sector in scalefish and shark industry  (Read 5392 times)
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« on: June 10, 2011, 12:18:37 pm »

Gill net fishing alone is the biggest killer of Australian Sea Lions and dolphins   - apart from the Marine Park process this is like a massive sanctuary zone for sea lions and dolphins and sharks!!!

Check out the details by clicking on the link below:

http://www.afma.gov.au/managing-our-fisheries/fisheries-a-to-z-index/southern-and-eastern-scalefish-and-shark-fishery/notices-and-announcements/changes-in-the-gillnet-hook-and-trap-sector-of-the-southern-and-eastern-scalefish-and-shark-fishery/

Click on our FB page to view the map of the changes to gillnet fishing exclusions around ASL colonies (go back to home page). Your comments are always welcome - click on the register button on the home page menu and you will be approved to post in the forum.
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