Fisheries (Southland and Sub-Antarctic Areas Amateur Fishing) Amendment Regulations 1999

  • revoked
  • Fisheries (Southland and Sub-Antarctic Areas Amateur Fishing) Amendment Regulations 1999: revoked, on 1 February 2014, pursuant to regulation 161(1)(f) of the Fisheries (Amateur Fishing) Regulations 2013 (SR 2013/482).

Reprint
as at 1 February 2014

Fisheries (Southland and Sub-Antarctic Areas Amateur Fishing) Amendment Regulations 1999

(SR 1999/183)

  • Fisheries (Southland and Sub-Antarctic Areas Amateur Fishing) Amendment Regulations 1999: revoked, on 1 February 2014, pursuant to regulation 161(1)(f) of the Fisheries (Amateur Fishing) Regulations 2013 (SR 2013/482).


Note

Changes authorised by subpart 2 of Part 2 of the Legislation Act 2012 have been made in this eprint. See the notes at the end of this eprint for further details.

These regulations are administered in the Ministry for Primary Industries.


PURSUANT to section 89 of the Fisheries Act 1983 and section 297 of the Fisheries Act 1996, Her Excellency the Administrator of the Government, acting by and with the advice and consent of the Executive Council, makes the following regulations.

1 Title and commencement
2 Application
  • The principal regulations are amended by revoking regulation 2, and substituting the following regulation:

    • 2 

      These regulations apply in respect of all persons taking or possessing any fish to which these regulations relate, other than commercial fishers taking or possessing fish under a permit, licence, quota, or other authorisation issued or granted under the Act or any regulations made under the Act.

3 Interpretation
  • Regulation 3 of the principal regulations is amended by inserting, before the definition of the term barracouta, the following definition:

    Act means the Fisheries Act 1983 or the Fisheries Act 1996.

4 Maximum daily number of fish
  • The principal regulations are amended by revoking regulation 4, and substituting the following regulation:

    • 4 

      (1) The following table sets out the maximum daily number of particular species of fish that may be taken or possessed in accordance with subclauses (2) and (3):

      SpeciesMaximum Daily Number
      Barracouta...................................................................
      Blue cod...................................................................
      Blue moki...................................................................
      15
      Bluenose...................................................................
      Blue shark...................................................................
      1
      Bronze shark...................................................................
      1
      Butterfish...................................................................
      15
      Elephant fish...................................................................
      5
      Flatfish...................................................................
      Grey mullet...................................................................
      Hammerhead shark...................................................................
      1
      Kahawai...................................................................
      15
      Lamprey...................................................................
      Ling...................................................................
      Mako shark...................................................................
      1
      Marblefish...................................................................
      Marlin...................................................................
      1
      Porbeagle shark...................................................................
      1
      Quinnat salmon...................................................................
      2
      Red cod...................................................................
      Red gurnard...................................................................
      Red moki...................................................................
      15
      Rig...................................................................
      5
      School shark...................................................................
      5
      Seven gilled shark...................................................................
      1
      Skate ray...................................................................
      5
      Snapper...................................................................
      Spiky dog...................................................................
      15
      Stargazer...................................................................
      Tarakihi...................................................................
      15
      Thresher shark...................................................................
      1
      Trevally...................................................................
      Trumpeter...................................................................
      15
      Warehou...................................................................
      15
      White pointer...................................................................
      1
      Wrasse...................................................................

      (2) No person may, on any day,—

      • (a) Take from within the Southland and Sub-Antarctic Fishery Management Areas any fish in excess of the maximum daily number specified in respect of that fish in the table set out in subclause (1); or

      • (b) Possess more than the specified maximum daily number of any such fish in those areas; or

      • (c) Possess more than the specified maximum daily number of any such fish taken from within those areas.

      (3) No person may, on any day,—

      • (a) Take from within the Southland and Sub-Antarctic Fishery Management Areas more than 30 fish to which the table set out in subclause (1) applies; or

      • (b) Possess more than 30 of any such fish in those areas; or

      • (c) Possess more than 30 of any such fish taken from within those areas.

      (4) No person may, on any day,—

      • (a) Take from within the Southland and Sub-Antarctic Fishery Management Areas a total quantity of hapuku/bass and kingfish exceeding 5; or

      • (b) Possess a total quantity of hapuku/bass and kingfish exceeding 5 in those areas; or

      • (c) Possess a total quantity of hapuku/bass and kingfish exceeding 5 taken from within those areas.

      (5) No person may, on any day,—

      • (a) Take from within the Southland and Sub-Antarctic Fishery Management Areas more than 3 kingfish; or

      • (b) Possess more than 3 kingfish in those areas; or

      • (c) Possess more than 3 kingfish taken from within those areas.

      (6) No person may, on any day,—

      • (a) Take more than 15 blue cod from within those waters of Paterson Inlet lying inside a straight line drawn from Ackers Point (at 46° 53.85′S and 168° 09.76′E) to Bullers Point on Stewart Island (at 46° 55.26'S and 168° 11.45′E); or

      • (b) Possess more than 15 blue cod in those waters; or

      • (c) Possess more than 15 blue cod taken from within those waters.

5 Offences
  • [Revoked]

    Regulation 5 was revoked, as from 1 October 2001, by regulation 8(c) Fisheries (Southland and Sub-Antarctic Areas Amateur Fishing) Amendment Regulations (No 2) 2001 (SR 2001/272).

6 Revocation
  • Regulation 3 of the Fisheries (Southland and Sub-Antarctic Areas Amateur Fishing) Regulations 1991, Amendment No 2 is consequentially revoked.

MARIE SHROFF,

Clerk of the Executive Council.


Explanatory note

This note is not part of the regulations, but is intended to indicate their general effect.

These regulations, which come into force 28 days after the date of their notification in the Gazette, amend the Fisheries (Southland and Sub-Antarctic Areas Amateur Fishing) Regulations 1991.

Regulation 2 revokes and replaces regulation 2 of the principal regulations, which relates to the application of those regulations. The new provision ensures that the principal regulations apply to the possession of fish as well as the taking of fish.

Regulation 3 inserts into regulation 3 of the principal regulations a definition of the term Act. The term includes the Fisheries Act 1996 as well as the Fisheries Act 1983.

Regulation 4 substitutes a new regulation 4 in the principal regulations, which allows a person to take, on any day, a limited number of fish from an area, be in possession of that number of fish while in that area, or be in possession of that limited number of fish if they have been taken from that area. The principal reason for replacing regulation 4 is to make it consistent with the corresponding regulation in the other regional amateur fisheries regulations.

Regulation 5 amends regulation 7 of the principal regulations (which relates to offences) to provide that,—

• on or after 1 June 2002, a person who has reoffended within a period of 3 years is liable on conviction to a fine of $10,000; and

• the penalty for repeat offenders applies only to offences carrying a maximum fine of $5,000.

Regulation 6 effects a consequential revocation.


Issued under the authority of the Acts and Regulations Publication Act 1989.

Date of notification in Gazette: 17 June 1999.


Eprint notes
1 General
  • This is an eprint of the Fisheries (Southland and Sub-Antarctic Areas Amateur Fishing) Amendment Regulations 1999 that incorporates all the amendments to those regulations as at the date of the last amendment to them.

2 About this eprint
  • This eprint is not an official version of the legislation under section 18 of the Legislation Act 2012.

3 Amendments incorporated in this eprint

  • 1 SR 1991/57