MPI is seeking feedback and submissions from tangata whenua and stakeholders on whether a further closure of the earthquake-affected fisheries along the Kaikōura and Cape Campbell coastline should be implemented.
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MPI is seeking feedback on proposed changes to the sustainability measures and other management controls for selected fish stocks.
MPI seeks feedback on proposals to increase the total allowable catch (TAC) for Flatfish in the South Island East Coast (FLA 3) and Red Cod in the central/lower North Island (RCO 2) for the remainder of the 2016/17 fishing year.
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) is seeking feedback and submissions on whether a further temporary closure of the Southern Scallop fishery (SCA 7) should be implemented for the coming scallop season starting on 15 July 2017.
MPI has received a request from the Patuharakeke Te Iwi Trust Board for a two-year temporary closure at Mair Bank and Marsden Bank (Marsden Point) to the take of all shellfish.
MPI is seeking feedback on proposed changes to the sustainability measures for 2 southern blue whiting stocks.
MPI is reviewing whether the minimum commercial blue cod pot mesh size in the BCO5 area (Southland including Fiordland, and Stewart, Campbell and Antipodes islands) should be increased from 48mm to 54mm.
Amendment to the regulation to allow the commercial harvest of cockles to continue in 2 parts of Otago Harbour
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) is reviewing whether to amend a regulation to allow the commercial harvest of cockles to continue in 2 parts of Otago Harbour.
MPI is seeking feedback on proposed changes to the sustainability measures for 3 rock lobster stocks.
Proposed extension of the shellfish and seaweed emergency fishing closure along the Kaikōura and Cape Campbell coastline
MPI is considering an extension of the emergency closure to the take of any species of shellfish and seaweed (excluding rock lobster and scampi) for a further 9 months.