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    Our MPI - fisheries devision

    So over the past two years as I have, emailed and replied to the request for submissions ..I have now started to receive e-mails and updates in regards to changes in the fishery throughout NZ...I would like to use this post as a information sharing area as I receive it ...like it or hate it ...I would rather you send the fishery team an e-mail as I do rather! I understand this thread could easily turn political and ask that the respondents take time with their thoughts and comments!

    My aim is to share information and opportunities to expresse thoughts ideas options to MPI as they manage our fishery.
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    Good on you @stingray. Thanks.

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    Minister's decisions on review of sustainability measures for 1 October 2018

    Dear Fishers,
    Following consultation, the Minister of Fisheries has made decisions on sustainability measures for 32 selected fish stocks for the 2018/19 fishing year, beginning 1 October 2018.

    This includes decisions relating to total allowable catches (TACs), non-commercial allowances, total allowable commercial catches (TACCs), deemed values, and the closure of the Kaipara Harbour recreational scallop fishery.

    A summary of the Minister's decisions is provided below. For more detail on these decisions, please visit the Fisheries New Zealand website here: Review of sustainability measures for 1 October 2018



    In summary, the Minister has decided to:

    Area Decision summary
    Kaipara Harbour scallop fishery Closure
    Close the Kaipara Harbour recreational scallop fishery under section 11 of the Fisheries Act 1996.
    East coast South Island elephant fish (ELE 3) ↑
    Increase the TAC from 1060 to 1285 tonnes;
    Set the TACC at 1150 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for customary Māori fishing at 5 tonnes;
    Set the allowance for recreational fishing at 15 tonnes; and
    Set the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 115 tonnes.
    Northern North Island flatfish (FLA 1) ↓
    Reduce the TAC from 1762 to 986 tonnes;
    Set the TACC at 890 tonnes;
    Set the allowance for customary Māori fishing at 50 tonnes;
    Set the allowance for recreational fishing at 27 tonnes; and
    Set the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 19 tonnes.
    Northwest North Island green-lipped mussel (GLM 9) ↓
    Reduce the TAC from 278 to 233 tonnes;
    Set the TACC at 135 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for customary Māori fishing at 59 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for recreational fishing at 39 tonnes; and
    Maintain the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at zero tonnes.
    East coast South Island red gurnard (GUR 3) ↑
    Increase the TAC from 1290 to 1593 tonnes;
    Set the TACC at 1320 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for customary Māori fishing at 3 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for recreational fishing at 6 tonnes; and
    Set the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 264 tonnes.
    Northern North Island John dory (JDO 1) ↓
    Reduce the TAC from 704 to 423 tonnes;
    Set the TACC at 354 tonnes;
    Set the allowance for customary Māori fishing at 15 tonnes;
    Set the allowance for recreational fishing at 36 tonnes; and
    Set the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 18 tonnes.
    West coast South Island John dory (JDO 7) ↑
    Increase the TAC from 206 to 226 tonnes, set the TACC at 209 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for customary Māori fishing at 2 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for recreational fishing at 4 tonnes; and
    Set the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 11 tonnes.
    Southern and east coast South Island kingfish (KIN 3) ↑
    Increase the TAC from 3 to 17 tonnes;
    Set the TACC at 6 tonnes;
    Set the allowance for customary Māori fishing at 4 tonnes;
    Set the allowance for recreational fishing at 6 tonnes; and
    Set the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 1 tonne.
    North Island longfin eel (Tuna): ↓



    Northern North Island (LFE 20) ↓
    Reduce the TAC from 39 to 34 tonnes;
    Set the TACC at 14 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for customary Māori fishing at 10 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for recreational fishing at 8 tonnes; and
    Maintain the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 2 tonnes.
    Waikato
    (LFE 21) ↓
    Reduce the TAC from 60 to 51 tonnes;
    Set the TACC at 23 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for customary Māori fishing at 16 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance recreational fishing at 10 tonnes; and
    Maintain the allowance other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 2 tonnes.
    East coast North Island (LFE 22) ↓
    Reduce the TAC from 34 to 26 tonnes;
    Set the TACC at 13 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for customary Māori fishing at 6 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for recreational fishing at 5 tonnes; and
    Maintain the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 2 tonnes.
    West coast North Island (LFE 23) ↓
    Reduce the TAC from 34 to 30 tonnes;
    Set the TACC at 5 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for customary Māori fishing at 14 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for recreational fishing at 9 tonnes; and
    Maintain the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 2 tonnes.
    North Island shortfin eel (Tuna): -
    Status quo – no change



    Northern North Island (SFE 20) -
    Maintain the TAC at 148 tonnes;
    Maintain the TACC at 86 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for customary Māori fishing at 30 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for recreational fishing at 28 tonnes; and
    Maintain the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 4 tonnes.
    Waikato (SFE 21) -
    Maintain the TAC at 181 tonnes;
    Maintain the TACC at 134 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for customary Māori fishing at 24 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for recreational fishing at 19 tonnes; and
    Maintain the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 4 tonnes.
    East coast North Island (SFE 22) -
    Maintain the TAC at 121 tonnes;
    Maintain the TACC at 94 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for customary Māori fishing at 14 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for recreational fishing at 11 tonnes; and
    Maintain the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 4 tonnes.
    West coast North Island (SFE 23) -
    Maintain the TAC at 36 tonnes;
    Maintain the TACC at 23 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for customary Māori fishing at 6 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for recreational fishing at 5 tonnes; and
    Maintain the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 2 tonnes.
    Southern South Island ling (LIN 5) ↑
    Increase the TAC from 4036 to 4834 tonnes;
    Set the TACC at 3955 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for customary Māori fishing at 1 tonne;
    Maintain the allowance for recreational fishing at 1 tonne; and
    Set the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 97 tonnes.
    Chatham Rise oreo (OEO 4) ↑
    Increase the TAC from 3150 to 3780 tonnes;
    Set the TACC at 3600 tonnes (including a 2600 tonne non-regulatory smooth oreo catch limit);
    Maintain the allowance for customary Māori fishing at zero tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for recreational fishing at zero tonnes; and
    Set the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 180 tonnes.
    Chatham Rise orange roughy (ORH 3B) ↑
    Increase the TAC from 5470 to 6413 tonnes;
    Set the TACC at 6091 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for customary Māori fishing at five tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for recreational fishing at zero tonnes; and
    Set the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 317 tonnes.
    Stewart Island paua (PAU 5B) ↑
    Increase the TAC from 105 to 123 tonnes;
    Set the TACC at 107 tonnes;
    Set the allowance for customary Māori fishing at 7 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for recreational fishing at 6 tonnes; and
    Maintain the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 3 tonnes.
    East coast South Island scampi (SCI 3) ↑
    Increase the TAC from 357 to 428 tonnes;
    Set the TACC at 408 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for customary Māori fishing at zero tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for recreational fishing at zero tonnes; and
    Set the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 20 tonnes.
    West coast South Island rig (SPO 7) ↑
    Increase the TAC from 306 to 346 tonnes;
    Set the TACC at 271 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for customary Māori fishing at 15 tonnes;
    Maintain the allowance for recreational fishing at 33 tonnes; and
    Set the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 27 tonnes.
    Southern bluefin tuna in all New Zealand waters (STN 1) ↑
    Increase the TAC from 1000 to 1088 tonnes;
    Set the TACC at 1046 tonnes;
    Set the allowance for customary Māori fishing at 2 tonnes;
    Set the allowance for recreational fishing at 20 tonnes; and
    Maintain the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 20 tonnes.
    East coast North Island and east coast South Island tarakihi: ↓
    The TAC of TAR 1, TAR 2, TAR 3 and TAR 7 are being adjusted to reduce catches in the east coast tarakihi stock, which extends across these four management boundaries.



    Northern North Island (TAR 1) ↓
    Reduce the TAC from 2029 to 1390 tonnes,
    Set the TACC at 1097 tonnes,
    Set the allowance for customary Māori fishing at 73 tonnes,
    Set the allowance for recreational fishing allowance at 110 tonnes, and
    Set the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 110 tonnes.
    East Coast North Island (TAR 2) ↓
    Reduce the TAC from 2082 to 1823 tonnes;
    Set the TACC at 1500 tonnes;
    Set the allowance for customary Māori fishing at 100 tonnes;
    Set the allowance for recreational fishing at 73 tonnes; and
    Set the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 150 tonnes.
    East Coast South Island (TAR 3) ↓
    Reduce the TAC from 1503 to 1173 tonnes;
    Set the TACC at 1040 tonnes;
    Set the allowance for customary Māori fishing at 15 tonnes;
    Set the allowance for recreational fishing at 15 tonnes; and
    Set the allowance for other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 104 tonnes.
    West Coast South Island (TAR 7) ↑
    Increase the TAC from 1088 to 1174 tonnes;
    Set the TACC at 1042 tonnes;
    Set the allowance for customary Māori fishing at 5 tonnes;
    Set the allowance for recreational fishing at 23 tonnes; and
    Set the allowance other sources of mortality to the stock caused by fishing at 104 tonnes.
    Deemed values:
    BNS 3
    FLA 1
    JDO 1 & 7
    PIL 7 & 8
    SKI 3 & 7
    TAR 1, 2, 3 & 7
    TRE 1
    Interim deemed values have been increased for BNS 3, FLA 1, JDO 1 & 7, PIL 8, TAR 1, 2, 3, & 7, and TRE 1.
    In addition, annual deemed values have been increased for BNS 3 and TAR 1, 2, 3, & 7, and decreased for PIL 7 & 8 and SKI 3 & 7.
    Differential deemed values have been increased for bluenose in BNS 3 landed to the Chatham Islands (not the rest of BNS 3), TAR 1, 3 & 7 and TRE 1, and decreased for PIL 7 & 8 and SKI 3 & 7.
    The deemed value rate differential has been changed from standard to special for PIL 7 & 8, TAR 3, and TRE 1.

    Please pass this information on to anyone who may be interested.
    Kind regards,

    Recreational Fisheries - Inshore Fisheries Management
    Fisheries New Zealand – Tini a Tangaroa
    Pastoral House | PO Box 2526 | Wellington | New Zealand
    Web: fisheries.govt.nz

    Contact us about Recreational Fisheries recreationalfisheries@mpi.govt.nz

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    I'm very sorry I cannot seem to post a link ..but I can foward it as an e-mail if you like ...please PM me.
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    This will be no surprise to any who have worked in the industry.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-z...d-insider.html

    The QMS system is fundamentally flawed having those who profit from capture in control of quotas and history repeats again.
    "Hunting and fishing" fucking over licenced firearms owners since ages ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    This will be no surprise to any who have worked in the industry.

    https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-z...d-insider.html

    The QMS system is fundamentally flawed having those who profit from capture in control of quotas and history repeats again.
    Surprised they haven't tried to blame the rec guys yet
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pengy View Post
    Surprised they haven't tried to blame the rec guys yet
    Trying to blame global warming

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    "Hunting and fishing" fucking over licenced firearms owners since ages ago.

 

 

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