WA regional rec anglers reminded about new licence
Recreational fishers in regional Western Australia are reminded that from Tuesday 2 March they will need a new licence if fishing from a powered vessel.
The new licence has an annual cost of $30 which will contribute to the monitoring and management of the State's fisheries.
It will also help in the establishment of a database of boat-based recreational fishers, which will be used to more accurately estimate the number of people fishing and where they are fishing.
Recreational fishers using a powered boat to undertake any general fishing activities anywhere in the State, would need the new licence. Kayaks, dingies or other vessel without a motor won't need a licence.
Anglers without a licence will still be entitled to fish from a boat so long as they are in the company of someone who does and they only fish within the licence holder's bag limit.
For more information visit the WA Fisheries website.
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