2014 Review of Sustainability measures & management controls for fishstocks

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Minister's Decisions on 2014 Sustainability Round

Review of sustainability measures, deemed value rates and other management controls for the 2014/15 fishing year

The Minister for Primary Industries has recently made decisions on sustainability measures and other management controls, for selected fish stocks for the 1 October 2014/15 fishing year. The Minister’s decision letters provide the details of, and reasons for, his decisions. These decisions will come into force on 1 October 2014.

 


Consultation

The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) seeks feedback from stakeholders and tangata whenua on proposed changes to the sustainability measures and management controls for the following fish stocks:

1.

Hoki (HOK 1): a proposal to increase the total allowable catch and total allowable commercial catch
 
Review of Management Controls for Hoki 1 (HOK 1) in 2014 [PDF, 344 KB]

2.

Orange Roughy (ORH MEC, ORH 3B, ORH 7A)

ORH MEC: a proposal to decrease the total allowable catch and total allowable commercial catch for ORH 2A, 2B, and 3A
 Review of Management Controls for Mid-East Coast Orange Roughy [PDF, 333 KB]

ORH 3B: a proposal to increase the total allowable catch, total allowable commercial catch and catch limits
 Review of Management Controls for Orange Roughy 3B [PDF, 319 KB]

ORH 7A: a proposal to increase the total allowable catch, total allowable commercial catch, and deemed values 
 Review of Management Controls for Orange Roughy on the Southwest Challenger Plateau (ORH 7A) [PDF, 339 KB]

3.

Moki (MOK 3): a proposal to set a total allowable catch and increase the total allowable commercial catch 
 Review of sustainability and other management controls for blue moki 3 (MOK 3) [PDF, 462 KB]

4.

Bluenose (BNS 3): a proposal to amend deemed value rates for bluenose in the Chatham Islands 
Review of deemed value rates for bluenose 3 (BNS 3) landed in the Chatham Islands for 1 October 2014 [PDF, 180 KB]

5.

Hagfish (HAG – All): setting the total allowable catch and allowances for hagfish
 Management measures relating to the introduction of the common Hagfish into the QMS on 1 October 2014 [PDF, 315 KB]

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