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Defra is seeking views on the proposal to ban the landing of egg-bearing (also known as ‘berried’) lobsters and crawfish in England.
The Marine Management Organisation is holding a drop-in session regarding the marine plan for the south west.
Master and owner of fishing vessel Rejoice BH220 prosecuted for dredging for scallops inside the Cornwall IFCA district during the curfew hours.
Maritime and Coastguard Agency prosecution of fishing vessel owner.
Cornwall IFCA is holding a series of public drop-in sessions to talk about a proposed new byelaw to manage inshore netting around parts of the Cornish coast.
Update on the progress of The River and Estuarine Fishing Nets Byelaw 2017 and the Manacles Marine Conservation Zone (Fishing Restrictions) Byelaw
On 12 December 2016 the Agriculture and Fisheries Council reached a political agreement on a regulation concerning the 2017 catch limits for the main commercial fish stocks in the Atlantic, the North Sea and international fisheries in which EU vessels participate.
On 23 November 2016, at Truro Magistrates Court, Cornwall IFCA successfully prosecuted the owner and master of the scallop dredging vessel Celtic Star CS1.
Cornwall IFCA has been asked to circulate a survey on behalf of the Tamar Estuaries Consultative Forum.
Sea Angling 2017, a study, run by Cefas and undertaken by Substance, seeks to get up to 1,000 sea anglers to keep an online diary of their fishing trips and catches as well as what they spend, throughout 2017.
On 7 September 2016, at Truro Magistrates Court, Cornwall IFCA successfully prosecuted the owner and master of the scallop dredging vessel Morning Star P8
Formal Consultation opens on this byealw
Formal Consultation opens on this byelaw
Cornwall IFCA has published its Recreational Sea Angling Strategy
Looks fishy? Don’t risk it. Buying fish through illegitimate sources damages the fishing industry, fish stocks and the long term future of the marine environment.2
The Marine Management Organisation is starting the next phase of marine plans, and would like to invite you to one of the marine planning events, taking place the week of Monday 11 April.

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