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July 2014: Auction of Gill Net
Cornwall IFCA is offering for sale five lengths of rigged gill nets. The sale will be by sealed bid auction with submissions required by 5pm on Wednesday 30 July 2014.

July 2014: New Byelaws
Notice is hereby given: Cornwall Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority (Cornwall IFCA) intends to apply to the Minister for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs for the confirmation of the Closed Areas (European Marine Sites) Amendment Byelaw and the Lobster, Crawfish and Crab Fishing Byelaw.

May 2014: Recreational Sea Angling Strategy Meeting
Recreational Sea Angling Strategy public meeting.
Date: 10 July 2014, 7-9 pm
Location: New County Hall, Truro, Trelawney Room
All welcome

April 2014: Defra consultation
Defra consultation in preparation for Report to Parliament about Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authorities' conduct and operation.

Feb 2014: Falmouth Bay pSPA COP
New Code of Practice for fishing nets uesd in the Falmouth Bay to St Austell Bay pSPA

Feb 2014: Amy R prosecution
Cornwall IFCA has completed a successful prosecution of Martyn Rogers and the Amy R ltd. for offences related to scallop fishing.

Jan 2014: Falmouth to St Austell Bay pSPA
Public consultation on Falmouth Bay to St Austell Bay as a potential Special Protection Area (pSPA) for overwintering seabirds.

Dec 2013: European Marine Site Byelaw

Jan 2014: Fal Shellfisheries Regulating Order
Changes to the traditional sail and oar oyster and mussel fishery in the Fal

Jan 2014: St Ives Bay seabird trigger figure

Dec 2013: Sea Angling 2012

Dec 2013: Sea Angling petition

Nov 2013: Film on fishing

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