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Abalone Fishers Warned To Adhere To Iluka Beach Closure This Sunday starstarstarstarstar   20th November 2009 - Views: 631 Recreational abalone fishers are being asked not to fish an area south of Burns Beach at Iluka this Sunday, because it has been closed due to the potential shark hazard from a rotting whale carcass.

Big Fines Prove Illegal Rock Lobster Sale Did Not Pay 1 starstarstarstarstar   18th November 2009 - Views: 596 A former Green Head man was today ordered to pay fines, costs and mandatory penalty, totalling more than $36,000 ($36,710), when he was sentenced in a Perth court.

Vital Research On Freshwater Fish Biodiversity Gets $850,000 Boost 1 starstarstarstarstar   16th November 2009 - Views: 567 The State Government's Natural Resource Management (NRM) strategy is providing $850,000 for two research projects to assess and protect the biodiversity and sustainability of Western Australia's native freshwater fish stocks.

Operation Acacia Delivers Another Big Court Fine 1 starstarstarstarstar   6th November 2009 - Views: 441 A 40-year-old man was today ordered to pay fines, penalties and court costs totalling more than $104,000, after pleading guilty to a range of fisheries offences uncovered during Operation Acacia.

New West Coast Seasonal Closure For Demersal Scalefish Species Begins Tomorrow starstarstarstarstar   14th October 2009 - Views: 570 The two-month ban is on the take of `high-risk' demersal species by recreational fishers from the waters of the West Coast Bioregion between 26 30'S (Zuytdorp Cliffs north of Kalbarri) and 115 30'E on the South Coast (Black Point near Augusta).

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