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Commercial greenlip abalone closure sub-blocks 31A, 31B, 39A and 39B Saturday 9 July 2022 to 31 December 2022

Commercial greenlip abalone closure sub-blocks 31A, 31B, 39A and 39B Saturday 9 July 2022 to 31 December 2022


Living Marine Resources Management Act 1995

Fisheries (Abalone) Rules 2017

 

NOTICE OF THE DATES OF THE CLOSED SEASON FOR THE COMMERCIAL GREENLIP ABALONE FISHERY AND NOTICE OF ABALONE FISHERY CLOSURE TO SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES

 

I, Dr Ian Dutton, General Manager (Marine Resources) in the Department of Natural Resources and Environment Tasmania, acting pursuant to a delegation from the Minister for Primary Industries and Water made on 12 November 2018 and acting pursuant to section 20(1) of the Living Marine Resources Management Act 1995 (the Act), hereby determine under rule 9 of the Fisheries (Abalone) Rules 2017 (the Rules):

A.    That the dates of the closed season for that part of the commercial greenlip abalone fishery specified in schedule 1 are from 12:01 am 9 July 2022 to 11:59 pm 31 December 2022; and

 

B.    That the part of the abalone fishery specified in schedule 1 is closed to, or in respect of, the activities specified in schedule 2.

 

SCHEDULE 1

All that part of the commercial greenlip abalone fishery in State waters off the north-east coast of Tasmania enclosed by an imaginary line commencing where the line of longitude 147° 47' 01.46" East meets the high watermark on mainland Tasmania at Tomahawk Beach then running due north to where it meets the line of latitude 40° 39' South, then running due east to the line of longitude 148o 33' 31.88" East, then following that line of longitude due south to the line of latitude 40o 59' 42.92" South, then running due west to the high water mark at Eddystone Point, then following the line of high water generally north-west to the point of commencement.

 

SCHEDULE 2

While on a commercial fishing trip in State waters for the purpose of taking greenlip abalone (Haliotis laevigata) the holder of a fishing licence (abalone dive) must not enter the water by swimming or diving.

 

Any expression used in this notice having a particular meaning under the Act or the Rules has the same meaning in this notice.

 

Dated this 6th day of July 2022

 

Dr Ian Dutton

General Manager (Marine Resources)

 

Information

(This information does not form part of the notice)

The commercial greenlip abalone fishery in State waters off the north-east coast of Tasmania is being closed. The following sub-blocks will close to commercial fishing for greenlip abalone from 12:01 am 9 July 2022 to 11:59 pm 31 December 2022: sub-blocks 31A, 31B, 39A and 39B only.​