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Originally posted by MB MB wrote:

https://legasea.co.nz/news/latest-updates/
Read that but nothing of any substance. Its like they are afraid to make a political stance and ruffle feathers.
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I think they've made their opinion clear. Not much else they can do, they're just a pressure group. 
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Originally posted by MB MB wrote:

I think they've made their opinion clear. Not much else they can do, they're just a pressure group. 
Having just read all 94 pages from 10/2/12 to present. NO change or gains have been made in the recc sector. Trawlers still free to operate in set boundaries. Only change is or is coming land all catch. Snapper have rebounded slightly but demise of other stock is noticeable.

Seems a lot of public//corporate funds raised  to keep the old boy network alive. Yes there is a need for advocacy groups but should they not be asking supporters or the recc sector what you and I actually want,not just what the NZSFC agrees too?

With aprox 600 thousand recc fishers in NZ would it not be better to form a political party or align themselves with a party to make progress. Yes we  still have the ongoing battle over what Seachange agreed too but not implimented due to being over ridden by Govt/Mpi. This is where alignment could/should be pushing agreed issues. At the moment you have a outsider pushing a minority group needs/wants with no substance or representation at Govt level.

Seems to me still playing the blame game reccs v comms without consulting, sitting at the table define areas/boundaries both parties can agree too and present to Govt.Hey look we are in agreeent how about signing it off? I know one of the sticking points is nil catch reporting by reccs,dont have a problem reporting catch or mortality rates.

The Hauraki gulf maritime park was formed over 24 yrs ago still no change.
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Originally posted by mowerman mowerman wrote:

I'm thinking Takutai Moana Act will give them the power, 3 patrol boats have been brought by Ngati Manuhiri for the Hauraki Gulf ...

This is the start of it

https://www.teaomaori.news/ngati-manuhiri-patrol-hauraki-gulf-christmas
Got talking to fisheries about  Ngati Manuhiri wanting to be fishery officers,at the boat show .todate they have not been trained or certified because they only want to patrol area as difined, from Mangawai to mokes to gt barrier to little barrier and outside of kawau back to pakiri.

To be  fishery officers they need to be patrol where asked,any area,any time etc lot more complex than I thought.
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