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No problem sharing this.
More detail than some may need, but we want to be open and honest about our goals and structure.
It is still evolving and frankly starting from scratch 1 year ago we are pleased with the product and feedback we are getting.  Feel free to spread the word.
 
LegaSea is about sticking up for our own fishing future.   If you care about that..... what is 20 bucks ? Or 60 bucks for a family? 
 
We have had a whole generation miss out on quality fishing opportunities as the brakes on commercial fishing burnt out and failed. The future is looking much better than the 1990s for our inshore stocks if we can create a strong voice for more fish in the water.
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Charter Connection and DIVERSITY are officially onboard with Legasea.

Couple of hundy donated (more to come) and purchases of tees for all crew and admin

GET INTO ITThumbs Up


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Excellent Damo
A sound investment in our fishing future.
I guess you heard all about our Snapper policy for area 1 the other day.
It is achievable and affordable and will create a great legacy for NZ if we get wide spread support.
Bare bones are:
 
Snapper 1 policy
Objective  - to rebuild the snapper stock in Snapper 1 to the target level of 40% of the original biomass.

Policy
 
No increase to the Total Allowable Commercial Catch (TACC) in Snapper 1 until:
  • The stock has been restored to the target level;
  • The stock is capable of meeting the reasonably foreseeable needs of future generations; and
  • Those needs have been adequately identified and allowed for.
 
To improve the yield per recruit by reducing the mortality of small fish.
 
To encourage better management of our impact on the marine environment.
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Yeah mate... Been briefed. Checked ot last 2 annual reports yesterday too. Great to see momentum building.

On a side note we had Scott, Wayne and co onboard yesterday.. 70 nice fat tamure all going home to be processed plate loads of happiness

All our clients will now be made aware of Legaseas roll and its importance in the future of our fishery. Keep an eye on our next report too for pics of the crew knocking a healthy load of snapper etc too


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[QUOTE=John H] 
The future is looking much better than the 1990s for our inshore stocks if we can create a strong voice for more fish in the water.

I went fishing in the weekend and this quote kept jumping up in my mind, 

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Legasea supporters can display a 'Contributor' banner in their signature and there's also an image for your avatar - either or both is good.

The code for your signature file is as follows - NB: Just type in the code as if I type that in here it will just display the logo and the code won't be visible:



Finished result looks like this:


And here's the signature image for the avatar. Just right click, save to your desktop and then load as a new avatar.

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Nice
Thanks Grunta
The code is a bit hard to read
But here goes...
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It is and apologies for that - tried to break it into bits so it could be copied and pasted but the security is pretty high on the forum software so it didn't like that either .  You got it though! Thumbs Up
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Good plan - here goes...


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Heh - Updated on all my previous posts !
Thats handy
 
Tried getting an image from PDF. Still needs imagination.
 
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Just donated. Happy to donate my time too.
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maybe not IT related help as I can't seem to get the signature thing to work!
Works nowBig smile
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Great idea Grunta....Thumbs Up...
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Well done Damo for your stance and getting people 'onboard'  (wow is that pun of the year?)
 
There must be an enormous amount of people with good wills based in Auckland all wanting to see improved conditions around the gulf, and it seems Legasea is our best chance yet to unite the masses.
 
Keeping goals specific like 40% of the original biomass keeps people focussed on the goal and also makes it manageable.. bit by bit, Rome was built.
 
Well done to all in Legasea so far, you guys have started to turn the tide.. Clap  
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Plenty of people in LegaSea have been involved with sticking up for our fishing future for many years now.
They see the potential for a strong consistent voice. Doesn't have to be the only voice, but as tide comes in it will be heard.
 
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JW   You should get sent the spring update shortly.  If there are any issues there that you want to help with let us know.  Now is a good time to spread the word.  A little bit from a lot of fishers is how it works.
 
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Trish (NZSFC & LegaSea) has organised a public meeting for next Tuesday, 6 November, 7:00 pm, at the Titirangi RSA. This is to give local fishers an opportunity to learn about the proposal to extend the set net ban (including much of the Manukau Harbour), and have a say or make a submission before the following Monday deadline. Given our experience with past meetings, this is likely to be a lively meeting including the harbour commercial fishermen and recreational interests. An invitation will be extended to the Ministry and DoC to attend, but unsure if they will come.
 
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Originally posted by John H John H wrote:

Plenty of people in LegaSea have been involved with sticking up for our fishing future for many years now.
They see the potential for a strong consistent voice. Doesn't have to be the only voice, but as tide comes in it will be heard.
 
That sums it up for me John - very nicely put! Anyone or organisation that is standing up for our rights deserves support. If a healthy recreational fishery is important to you, your children and their children then click here. Simple as that.
 
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I will sign up ASAP.. Good work etc Legasea
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just signed up for the $20
 
now everyone else that signs up use my name kent so i get a shirt.
 
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