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Articles / 28 July 2013

Snapper bag limit cuts will make way for commercial fishing

Recreational fishers may be forced to take bag limit cuts of up to 40% to make way for commercial quota. That’s because there’s simply not enough snapper in the area from North Cape to Cape Runaway to sustain demand. Our information reveals that the snapper stock level in the Bay of Plenty is much worse…

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Articles / 28 July 2013

United we protected marlin from the quota system

It’s been a busy and exciting time for LegaSea. We’ve had great conversations and support from the many passionate fishers at the Hutchwilco Boat Show, during the successful Marlin campaign and people entering our “Money Can’t Buy” competition. The support has been fantastic. On our stand at the Hutchwilco Boat Show we talked to lots…

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Articles / 28 June 2013

Target species: Snapper. A must read Update!

Snapper is a renowned favourite. It’s this little beauty that lots of us Kiwi fishers target, catch, cook and eat. Our snapper fishery is near and dear so keeping it in good health is really important to LegaSea – for all of us. That’s why we’ll be paying special attention to snapper this year. It’s…

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Articles / 28 May 2013

Matt Watson calls for a Boycott of all Sealord Products

In case you missed it, there was an uproar in recent news over Sealords new TV advert hailing their yellowfin tuna in a can a “Smart Choice” premium product. And rightly so! Matt Watson calls Sealords latest TV advert “incredibly arrogant or ignorant… just ignorant of the state of the yellowfin tuna fishery”. Sadly yellowfin…

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Articles / 22 May 2013

Marlin not for sale

Regulations protecting striped marlin as a recreational-only fishery are under threat by commercial fishermen who want to keep and sell marlin. The Ministry for Primary Industries appears to be wavering in their support for the existing regulations. They will be advising the Minister, Nathan Guy, who will then decide whether to retain the status quo….

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