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Comparison of state-based Australian offshore recreational fisheries research (WA and NSW)

Australian Ocean Data Network
Lynch, Tim, Dr ; Ochwada-Doyle, Faith ; Smallwood, Claire
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Examination of two state-wide marine recreational fisheries (MRF) surveys, conducted throughout Western Australia and New South Wales. The analysis (i) compares state-based approaches for data collection in WA and NSW, (ii) estimates (with associated uncertainty) catch occurring state-wide for nine species of interest to AFMA and (iii) estimates (with associated uncertainty) fishing effort and catch (all species) occurring within two AMP: Ningaloo Marine Park (NMP) in WA and the Hunter Marine Park (HMP) in NSW.

This record describes the context of the study and methodology. Aggregated recreational fisheries raw data cannot currently be published due to access constraints. Contact the Point of Contact listed in this record for more information.

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Tim Lynch (CSIRO), Carlie Devine (CSIRO), Alan Jordan (NSW DPI), Jeff Murphy (NSW DPI), Joel Williams (NSW DPI), Faith Ochwada-Doyle (NSW DPI), Claire Smallwood (WA DPI), Jeremy Lyle (IMAS)
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The nine species of interest to AFMA (from a recreational fishing perspective) included in this study are gummy sharks (Mustelus antarcticus & M. stevensi), school sharks (Galeorhinus galeus), southern bluefin tuna (Thunnus maccoyii), yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares), striped marlin (Tetrapturus audax), broadbill swordfish (Xiphias gladius), blue-eye trevalla (Hyperoglyphe antarctica), pink ling (Genypterus blacodes), gemfish (Rexea solandri), bluespotted flathead (Platycephalus caeruleopunctatus) and deepwater flathead (Neoplatycephalus conatus).

Telephone-Diary Surveys of recreational fishing were conducted in both NSW and WA to provide catch and effort estimates at broad spatial scale. See linked publication for full methodology.

Created: 20190801

Data time period: 2015-01-01 to 2016-12-31

153.7,-31.9 153.7,-32.7 152.2,-32.7 152.2,-31.9 153.7,-31.9

152.95,-32.3

114.2,-21.6 114.2,-23.5 113.5,-23.5 113.5,-21.6 114.2,-21.6

113.85,-22.55

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