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LINE FISHING.

REGULATIONS GAZETTED

The following regulations made under tbe Fisheries Act. 1908, for generally regulating sea fishing in the waters of tbe dominion, are published in the Gazette : — 1. In these regulations tbe term "long line" shall mean and include lines, set, moored, or placed for the purpose of taking fish, but shall not mean or inolude ". deep lines." 2. No long line set, moored, or placed for the purpose of taking fish shall be left{for a longer period than two hours without being attended to and the fish taken off.

8 The registered owner or master of any fishing boat who engages in long line fishing shall distinctly mark the letters and registered number of Buch boat on each mark buoy or object to which he has a long line attached. 4. Any person committing a breach of the above regulations is liable to a fine of not less than £1 and not exceeding £20.

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LINE FISHING., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4368, 3 February 1914

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LINE FISHING. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4368, 3 February 1914

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