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Marine Fisheries - Proclamation M-12-2017

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M-12-2017

PROCLAMATION

RE: GILL NET RESTRICTIONS: INTERNAL COASTAL WATERS – CLOSE MANAGEMENT UNIT C

This proclamation supersedes proclamation M-11-2017 dated June 16, 2017. This proclamation closes Management Unit C to the use of ALL gill nets (except as described in Section III.) for the remainder of Incidental Take Permit Year 2017 (September 1, 2016 – August 31, 2017) in accordance with the Sea Turtle Incidental Take Permit.

Braxton C. Davis, Director, Division of Marine Fisheries, hereby announces that effective at 12:00 P.M. NOON, Friday, July 28, 2017, the following provisions shall apply to the use of gill nets south of Management Unit A (south of 35° 46.3000’ N latitude):

I. AREA DESCRIPTIONS (Map 1):
It is unlawful to use gill nets with a stretched mesh length of 4 inches through 6 ½ inches in Internal Coastal Waters except those described below. Areas not listed below are closed to gill nets (including trammel gill nets) with a stretched mesh length of 4 inches through 6 ½ inches; except as described in Section III.; (SEE SECTION II. FOR ADDITIONAL AREA RESTRICTIONS):

A. Management Unit B: Internal Coastal Waters, bounded on the north by 35° 46.3000’ N latitude which runs approximately from the north end of Pea Island (old Coast Guard station) westerly to a point on the shore at Point Peter Canal, on the south by 34°48.2700’N latitude which runs approximately from the Club House on Core Banks westerly to a point on the shore at Davis near Marker “1”, and on the west by 76° 30.0000’W longitude.

B. Management Unit D2: all Internal Coastal Waters west of a line running from 34° 40.6750’ N – 76° 37.0000’ W to 34° 42.4800’ N – 76° 37.0000’ W then to the head of Turner Creek, and northerly up the western shoreline of the North River; and east of the NC Hwy 58 Bridge. Management Unit D2 includes Newport River (including the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway and Harlowe Creek up to NC Hwy 101 Bridge) and Bogue Sound.

C. Management Unit E: all internal Coastal Waters south and west of the Highway 58 Bridge to the North Carolina/South Carolina state line. This includes the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway and adjacent sounds and the New, Cape Fear, Lockwood Folly, White Oak, and Shallotte rivers.
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