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    Posted: 11 Jan 2017 at 11:44am
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Tonight on Radio Live at 7pm, Terry Williams-King, Tony Orton, Grant Dixon (Editor NZ Fishing news) and I will be talking about the SeaChange proposal document and providing an overview of the proposed 5 initiatives. 

We'll be talking about some of the possible implications for recreational fishing in the Hauraki Gulf and how you can still have your input.

If you have any general (it won't be a political discussion) questions or comments fire them up here before 6pm tonight.

Will put the links to the audio up when we get them after the show.
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Thanks Grant,yep have been in touch,will visit end JanuaryThumbs Up
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No there won't be
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For those on Facebook here is the livestream;

https://www.facebook.com/OutdoorsGroup/videos/968534586611214/?hc_location=ufi
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well worth listening too.
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I would have to say any fisher who has concerns should listen to the whole thing. Actually, any fisher who can't be bothered reading the whole Sea Change proposal to make sense of it should just listen to the show. You can skip through the ads (if you choose to view with the link above) - the participants gave excellent commentary on the issues for rec fishers. Tony Orton was great, I think he summed up many people's concerns when he looked at the reserves (especially at the Mokes) and felt upset/uncomfortable - but then when he read the whole plan he saw lots of great benefits as well. Also noting that the proposals are not a done deal, the public is supposed to make submissions on the plans before any implementation. The boys also noted that commercial fishers made concessions in the plans as well. 
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Great discussion to listen to thanks for the link Catchelot. 
I'm very concerned about locking up area's and see little stock benefit in reserves. The only beneficiaries are the people that make money out of divers/snorkelers and maybe a bit of education. All reserves do is move fishing pressure to the remaining area's. 
Proper management is going to be very hard for sure but the idea of getting "locals" involved might help. 
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