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Commercial Fishing Restrictions in Kimberley's Camden Sound Marine Park

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Commercial Fishing Restrictions in Kimberley's Camden Sound Marine Park

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Ashlee Mullany and Katie Robertson

Commercial fishing will be phased out and recreational fishers required to release their catch in a new Kimberley marine park announced by the State Government.

The new marine sanctuary, known as Camden Sound, will cover 7000sq m of coastline about 300km north-east of Broome.

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The marine park will be jointly managed by the Department of Environment and Conservation and the traditional owners, including the Dambimangari and Uunguu people.

The marine park is expected to be created by mid-2012.

Read the full article, Commercial Fishing Restrictions in Kimberley's Camden Sound Marine Park, on the Perth Now website.

 

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