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Magnetic Informer Telephone Directory : Magnetic Informer Directory 2012
PAGE 21 No fishing licence is required for recreational fishing in Queensland a yb dere w o p slessev llA . sreta w motor of more than 6 HP must be registered and operated by a licenced driver. Vessels have minimum safety lessev , stn e m eriuq er tn e m piuq e e ht kceh c dluoh s srotare po requirements before venturing out. Vessel operators should also log on with the local Coast Guard advising of the destination and time of return. In Queensland there are a number of areas closed to taking some fish, gnih s fi niatrec fo es u e htro hsfi lla apparatus. These closures can vary . e gn a hc ot tcejbus era dn a ra ey hcae Information regarding species aera , seru s olc aera , seru s olc restrictions and apparatus restrictions can be obtained using the contact details below. The sale of any fishes caught by recreational anglers is illegal. For more information on the legalities of fishing both fresh and salt waters, see contact details below. Mud and Sand (Blue Swimmer) Crabs are the main species captured. For more information on the apparatus to use, the legal sizes, how to measure, bag limits and the gender details, see contact details below. Most fish captured will be subject to size and bag limitations. Some reef fish must have pectral fins removed before returning to land and limits are in place for the filleting and skinning of all fish. Some species have total latot a eva h hsfi feer elih w sti m ilgab combined bag limit. There are also closures during some moon phases for tsilti m ilezis e hT . seicep s hsfi e m o s displayed on this page is a guide only and not a full species list. For more information on limitations for specific species including sizes and bag limits, see contact details below. Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority GBRMPA – 1800 990 177 www.gbrmpa.gov.au Department of Primary Industries DPI-132523 www.dpi.qld.gov.au Cairns 4035 0700 - T’ville 47214 004 FISHERIES ENFORCEMENT HOTLINE 1800 017 116 Queensland Water Police Cairns 4035 1733 - T’ville 4759 9777 At time of printing, information on the page was correct but is subject to change. Anglers should contact the above departments for the current rules and regulations regarding fishing in Queensland waters. SPECIES SIZE (cm) LIMIT Barramundi 58min-120max 5 Bream 25min 30 Cod & Groper* (all) 38min combined limit of 5 Cod-Rock Camouflage* 50min-70max Cod-Flowery* 50min-70max Cod-Rock Greasy* 38min-100max 38min-120max Cod-Estuary Crab-Blue Swimmer 11.5min no limit Crab-Mud 15min 10 Emperor-Grass 30min 10 Emperor-Red* 55min 5 Emperor-Red throat* 38min 8 Emperor-Spangled* 45min 5 Flathead-Mud (Dusky) 40min-75max 5 Fingermark 35min 10 Grunter 40min 10 Hussar* 25min 10 Jewfish-Black 75min 2 Kingfish-Black 75min 2 Mackerel-Spanish 75min 3 Mackerel-Qld School 50min 10 Mackerel-Spotted 60min 5 Mangrove Jack 35min 5 Nannygai* 40min total of 9 Prawns no limit 10 litres Salmon 40min 10 Stripey* 25min 5 Trout-Coral* 38min total of 7 Wahoo 75min 2 Whiting 23min total of 30 Wrasse* 25min 5/species Wrasse-Tuskfish* 30min total of 6 Anglers should refer to “Guide to Recreational Boating & Fishing in Queensland” and contact DPI & GBRMPA for up to date regulations. * REEF FIN FISH Recreational Fishing in Queensland Magnetic Island • Magnetic Island 360̊• Barrier Reef Fishing Charters • Acheron Island Adventure • P: 4778 5911 M: 0439 785 216 www.aquascenecharters.com.au SNORKEL FISH EXPLORE Cairns 4035 0700 - T’ville 4772 7311 Cairns 4035 1733 - T’ville 4760 7812
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