Queensland Fisheries Draft Plan - AKFF InputEdit
.. Who are we .. what are we responding to.. .. how many of us are there? Where are we?
Your feedback is sought on:
- Whether the draft strategy sets the right direction for the future of fishing in Queensland
- What is working well for fishing in Queensland, and why?
- What can be improved for fishing in Queensland, and how?
- Low environmental impact
- Launch to fishing grounds: limited range
1. Do you think the draft strategy sets the right direction for the future of fishing in Queensland?
Where we fit in: Enthusiastic and supportive community... willing to liaise with inspectors/enforcement. Need clear guidance on contact #'s (national preferred - eg: 000, statewide acceptable, local-only numbers, difficult to communicate), and enough backup/people on the ground, that we have a reasonable level of assurance of relatively quick action - at least during core fishing hours.
Low impact - no fuel spills, no water quality issues. Potential for kayak-only areas in traditional water catchment areas that are currently off limits to fishing (eg: tingalpa reservoir)
Exotic pest controlEdit
Where we fit in: Pests, in water catchment areas: some assistance from kayaks? Kayaks on Lake BG in CBR, provide some level of control of redfin population.
Commercial fishing limitsEdit
Where we fit in:
Recreational fishing bag and size limitsEdit
Where we fit in: Kayaks don't have the storage capacity to take large numbers of fish..
Aquaculture industry developmentEdit
Where we fit in: Limited..