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23-04-2012 05:27 PM #1
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24-04-2012 12:22 PM #3
Re: red claw
Yep 4, And they must be labelled the same way crab pots are, refer to the DPI website for full info.
24-04-2012 04:44 PM #4
Re: red claw
The way the floats have to be marked is different to crab pots.
Saltwater crab pot floats only need your surname to be on the float.
Freshwater floats need your full first name (and not just an initial) and surname.
I can't see what the difference is but that is what it says in the regs.
Crab pots and dillies must be marked by an identifying tag bearing the surname and address of the owner.
In addition, the pot or dilly must be attached by a rope to either:
• a float that is at least 15 cm in all its dimensions and marked with the owner’s surname, or
• a fixed object above high water (e.g. a jetty or tree). The rope must have a tag with the owner’s surname on it at the point of attachment to the fixed object.
Marking traps and set lines
Anyone who uses a trap or set line for freshwater
fishing must have a tag on the trap or set line showing the owner’s surname and address. If the trap is not
fixed to something stationary (i.e. a branch or boat) above the water level while being used, it must have a light-coloured float attached that is clearly visible on the surface of the water. The float must feature the owner’s first name and surname, and be at least 15 cm in each of its dimensions.