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This instrument determines the form and content of the logbook to be kept and maintained for concession holders in Commonwealth managed fisheries. It provides for the submission of logbooks or the production of a receipt provided by AFMA evidencing the submission of the information contained in the logbook in an electronic format.
Administered by: Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry
Registered 01 Dec 2021
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR02-Dec-2021
Tabled Senate08-Feb-2022
Date of repeal 18 Aug 2022
Repealed by Fisheries Management (Logbooks for Fisheries) Determination 2022
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Commonwealth Coat of Arms of Australia

 

Fisheries Management (Logbooks for Fisheries) Determination 2021

I, Anna Willock, Executive Manager Fisheries of the Australian Fisheries Management Authority, make the following determination.

Dated: 19 November 2021

Anna Willock                        

Anna Willock

Executive Manager Fisheries

Australian Fisheries Management Authority

                                                                    

 

 

 

                                                           



 

1  Name

                   This instrument is the Fisheries Management (Logbooks for Fisheries) Determination 2021.

2  Commencement

This instrument commences the day after registration on the Federal Register for Legislation.

3  Authority

                This instrument is made under section 42 of the Act.

Note:          It is a condition of a fishing concession that the holder will comply with the requirements made in this instrument, see subsection 42(2) of the Act.  

4  Definitions

Note:          A number of expressions used in this instrument are defined in definitions section of the Act, including the following:

(a)      AFMA; 

(b)     AFZ; 

(c)      Australian boat; 

(d)     boat; 

(e)      CEO; 

(f)      fish; 

(g)     fishery;

(h)     fishing;

(i)       fishing concession.

                 In this instrument, unless indicated otherwise:

Act means the Fisheries Management Act 1991.

AFMA official means persons who are ‘officials of the Authority’ as described in paragraph 5A(c) of the Fisheries Administration Act.  

Bass Strait Central Zone Scallop Fishery means the area of waters described as the ‘area of the fishery’ in the Bass Strait Central Zone Scallop Management Plan 2002.  

Commonwealth GAB Trawl Sector has the meaning given by section 3 of the SESSF Management Plan.  

Commonwealth South East Trawl Sector has the meaning given by section 3 of the SESSF Management Plan.  

Coral Sea Fishery means the area of waters with that name described in Schedule 2 Part 1 of the Fisheries Management Regulations 2019.

declared fishery means a fishery declared in a declaration made under subsection 91(1) of the Act.  

East Coast Deepwater Trawl Sector has the meaning given by section 3 of the SESSF Management Plan.  

Eastern Skipjack Fishery means the area of waters with that name described in Schedule 2 Part 2 of the Fisheries Management Regulations 2019 

Eastern Tuna and Billfish Fishery means the area of waters described as the

‘area of the fishery’ for an Australian boat in the Eastern Tuna and Billfish Fishery Management Plan 2010.

e-log means a logbook kept in electronic form which has the form and content of an electronic schema.  

electronic schema has the meaning given by subsection 6(1).  

High Seas Fishery permit means a fishing permit authorising the holder of the permit to fish in any area of waters any area of waters outside the AFZ and the Economic Exclusive Zone of another country that is specified in the fishing permit.  

holder of a fish receiver permit means a person who holds a permit granted by AFMA under subsection 91(2) of the Act.  

interaction means physical contact that:

                     (a)  occurs between an organism and one or more of the following:

                              (i)  an individual other than an observer;

                             (ii)  a nominated boat;

                            (iii)  any object on board, or attached to, a nominated boat, other than equipment that is being used by an observer;

                            (iv)  a nominated boat’s equipment; and

                     (b)  is of a kind that could cause the organism to be distressed.

 

listed marine species has the meaning given by the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999.   

logbook has the meaning given by section 7.  

nominated boat in relation to a fishing concession, means a boat that is specified in, or nominated for the purposes of, the fishing concession in accordance with section 32 of the Act and section 33 of the Fisheries Management Regulations 2019.

Northern Prawn Fishery means the area of waters described as the ‘Northern Prawn Fishery area’ in the Northern Prawn Fishery Management Plan 1995.  

North West Slope Trawl Fishery means the fishery of that name referred to in item 5 of the table in section 18 of the Fisheries Management Regulations 2019.

protected community means a listed threatened ecological community within the meaning of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999.

protected species means:

                     (a)  a listed threatened species within the meaning of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (other than a conservation dependent species within the meaning of that Act); or

                     (b)  a listed marine species within the meaning of that Act; or

                     (c)  a listed migratory species within the meaning of that Act; or

                     (d)  a whale.

 

Regulations means the Fisheries Management Regulations 2019.  

SESSF Management Plan means the Southern and Eastern Scalefish and Shark Fishery Management Plan 2003.  

Small Pelagic Fishery means the area of waters described as the ‘area of the fishery’ in the Small Pelagic Fishery Management Plan 2009 

Southern and Eastern Scalefish and Shark Fishery means the area of waters described as the ‘area of the fishery’ in the SESSF Management Plan.  

Southern Bluefin Tuna Fishery means the area of waters described as the ‘SBT Fishery area’ in the Southern Bluefin Tuna Fishery Management Plan 1995 

Southern Squid Jig Fishery means the area of waters described as the ‘area of the fishery’ in the Southern Squid Jig Fishery Management Plan 2005.  

Victorian Coastal Waters Sector has the meaning given by section 3 of the SESSF Management Plan.  

Western Deepwater Trawl Fishery means the fishery of that name referred to in item 7 of the table in section 18 of the Fisheries Management Regulations 2019.

Western Skipjack Fishery means the fishery of that name referred to in item 8 of the table in section 18 of the Fisheries Management Regulations 2019

Western Tuna and Billfish Fishery means the area of waters described as the ‘area of the fishery’ for an Australian boat in the Western Tuna and Billfish Fishery Management Plan 2005 

5  Schedules

                   Each instrument that is specified in a Schedule to this instrument is amended or repealed as set out in the applicable items in the Schedule concerned, and any other item in a Schedule to this instrument has effect according to its terms.

6  E-logs and electronic schema

(1)    If a logbook is required by this instrument to be kept and maintained in electronic form (e-log) it must have a particular form and content (the electronic schema).  

(2)    The electronic schema for the purposes of this Instrument are: 

(a)    ADC EGNET; 

(b)    ADC ELINE; 

(c)    ADC EPRAWN; 

(d)    ADC ESEINE; 

(e)    ADC ETRAWL;

(f)     ADC SQUID;

(g)    ADC SCALLOP; and

(h)    ADC ECDR.

 

(3)    The content required to be kept and maintained for each electronic schema is prescribed in Schedule 2 to this instrument.  

(4)    In Schedule 2, subject to contrary intention:

(a)    length is to be recorded in metres; 

(b)    depth is to be recorded in metres; 

(c)    temperature is to be recorded in degrees centigrade; 

(d)    weight is to be recorded in milligrams or kilograms (as specified in Schedule 2); 

(e)    time is to be recorded in hours; 

(f)     latitude and longitude is to be recorded in decimal degrees.  

 

(5)    Where a person is required to keep and maintain an e-log in an electronic schema, it must be furnished to AFMA in a form that complies with detailed specifications available on the AFMA website.

Note:        As of the date that this instrument is made, the detailed specifications for electronic schema are available on the AFMA website at: www.afma.gov.au

7  Logbooks

(1)    A reference to a logbook in this instrument is a reference to that logbook

described in an item in column 1 of the table in Schedule 3 to this instrument.  

(2)    The form and content of the logbook described in an item in column 1 of the table in Schedule 3 is prescribed in the Gazette at the reference specified in column 2 of the table in Schedule 3.  

8  Exemption from requirement to keep and maintain e-logs

(1)    This section applies to a holder of a fishing concession to which subsections (2) or (4) apply to the holder.  

                    Fishing for less than 50 days  

(2)    This subsection applies to a holder of a fishing concession where:

(a)    the holder’s fishing concession authorises the holder to take fish in a fishery to which subsection (3) applies; and

(b)    the holder has fished:

i    less than 50 days in the current fishing season; and 

ii  less than 50 days in the preceding fishing season for that fishery; and

(c)    the boat nominated to the holder’s fishing concession is not fitted with e-monitoring equipment.  

 

(3)    This subsection applies to: 

(a)    the Bass Strait Central Zone Scallop Fishery;

(b)    the Coral Sea Fishery;

(c)    the High Seas Fishery;

(d)    the North West Slope Fishery;

(e)    the Northern Prawn Fishery;

(f)     the Southern and Eastern Scalefish and Shark Fishery;

(g)    the Small Pelagic Fishery;

(h)    the Southern Bluefin Tuna Fishery;

(i)      the Southern Squid Jig Fishery; and

(j)      the Western Deepwater Trawl Fishery. 

 

                    Holder has significant difficulty complying with electronic requirement

(4)    This subsection applies to a holder of a fishing concession when:

(a)    the holder provides an AFMA Licensing Officer with reasons and evidence that he or she has significant difficulty complying with the requirement to keep and retain an e-log in accordance with an electronic schema; and 

(b)    an AFMA Licensing Officer has considered the reasons and evidence as well as any further reasons and evidence provided under subsection (6); and

(c)    the holder has received written notice from an AFMA Licensing Officer

that this subsection applies.  

(5)    Before declining to provide written notice under paragraph (4)(c), the AFMA Licensing Officer must notify the holder of the fishing concession that they intend to decline giving such notice and afford the holder a reasonable opportunity to provide further reasons and evidence.  

(6)    In this section:

AFMA Licensing Officer means an AFMA official with responsibility for managing or administering the licensing of fishing concessions.  

 

9  Bass Strait Central Zone Scallop Fishery 

(1)    A holder must keep and maintain the following logbook(s) or e-log(s), containing the information in respect of their fishing activities in accordance with the instructions for the logbook(s) or e-log(s): 

(a)    Commonwealth Scallop Daily Fishing Log SCA01B logbook; or

(b)    ADC SCALLOP; and 

(c)    Commonwealth Scallop/Squid Catch Disposal Document SCQ02B

Logbook; or

(d)    Electronic Catch Disposal Record ESU02; or

(e)    ADC ECDR.

 

(2)    The holder must furnish any e-log required to be kept and maintained under this section to AFMA before any fish are unloaded from the holder’s nominated boat at the end of a trip.  

(3)    The holder must furnish any logbook required to be kept and maintained under this section to AFMA within 3 calendar days from the date that fish are unloaded from a nominated boat.  

(4)    In this section:

          holder means a holder of a fishing concession authorising the person to take fish in the Bass Strait Central Zone Scallop Fishery.  

10    Coral Sea Fishery

 

(1)    If a holder is authorised to use a fishing method specified in subsections (2) to (4) then the holder must keep and maintain the e-log(s) in the electronic schema specified for that fishing method, containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for the e-log(s), unless paragraphs (a), (b) or (c) apply:

(a)    If there is no e-log(s) specified for that fishing method, the holder must keep and maintain the logbook(s) specified for that fishing method containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for the logbook(s). 

(b)   If section 8 applies to the holder, the holder must keep and maintain the logbook(s) specified for that fishing method or the e-log(s) specified for that fishing method containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for the e-log(s) or logbook(s).

(c)    If the e-log specified is ADC ECDR, the holder must keep and maintain the e-log ADC ECDR or the logbook specified, containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for that e-log or logbook.

 

(2)    If a holder is authorised to use Line fishing methods then the holder must keep and maintain:

(a)    Line Fishing Daily Log LN01B; or

(b)    ADC ELINE; and 

(c)    Commonwealth Catch Disposal Document SESS2B; or

(d)    ADC ECDR.

 

(3)    If a holder is authorised to take lobster, trochus or sea cucumber then the holder must keep and maintain the following logbooks, containing the information in respect of their fishing activities in accordance with the instructions for each logbook:

(a)    Hand Collection Daily Fishing Log HC01 logbook; and  

(b)    Hand Collection Catch Disposal Record HC02 logbook.  

 

(4)    If a holder is authorised to take live fish for use in aquaria, then the holder must keep and maintain the Aquarium Fish Fishery Logbook AQ05 logbook, containing the information in respect of their fishing activities in accordance with the instructions for that logbook.  

(5)    The holder must furnish any e-log required to be kept and maintained under this section to AFMA before any fish are unloaded from the holder’s nominated boat at the end of a trip.  

(6)    The holder must furnish any logbook required to be kept and maintained under this section to AFMA within 3 calendar days from the date that fish are unloaded from a nominated boat.  

(7)    In this section:

holder means a holder of a fishing concession authorising the person to take fish in the Coral Sea Fishery.  

11  Eastern and Western Tuna Fisheries

(1)    This section applies to the following fisheries: 

(a)    the Eastern Skipjack Fishery; 

(b)    the Eastern Tuna and Billfish Fishery;

(c)    the Western Skipjack Fishery; and 

(d)    the Western Tuna and Billfish Fishery.  

 

(2)    If a holder is authorised to use a fishing method specified in subsections (3) to (7) then the holder must keep and maintain the e-log(s) in the electronic schema specified for that fishing method, containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for the e-log(s), unless paragraphs (a), (b) or (c) apply:

(a)    If there is no e-log(s) specified for that fishing method, the holder must keep and maintain the logbook(s) specified for that fishing method containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for the logbook(s). 

(b)    If section 8 applies to the holder, the holder must keep and maintain the logbook(s) specified for that fishing method or the e-log(s) specified for that fishing method containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for the e-log(s) or logbook(s).

(c)    If the e-log specified is ADC ECDR, the holder must keep and maintain the e-log ADC ECDR or the logbook specified, containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for that e-log or logbook.

 

(3)    If a holder is authorised to use Minor line methods only (excluding pole) then the holder must keep and maintain:

(a)    Line Fishing Daily Fishing Log LN01B; or

(b)    ADC ELINE; and 

(c)    Commonwealth Pelagic Fisheries Catch Disposal Record PT02B; or

(d)    ADC ECDR.

 

(4)    If a holder is authorised to use Gillnet fishing methods then the holder must keep and maintain:

(a)    Gillnet Fishing Daily Log NTO1B; or

(b)    ADC EGNET; and 

(c)    Commonwealth Pelagic Fisheries Catch Disposal Record PT02B; or

(d)    ADC ECDR.

 

(5)    If a holder is authorised to use long line fishing methods then the holder must keep and maintain:

(a)    Australian Pelagic Longline Daily Fishing Log AL06; or

(b)    ADC ELINE; and 

(c)    Commonwealth Pelagic Fisheries Catch Disposal Record PT02B; or

(d)    ADC ECDR.

 

(6)    If a holder is authorised to use Purse seine fishing methods then the holder must keep and maintain:

(a)    Purse seine Daily Fishing Log PS01A; and

(b)    Commonwealth Pelagic Fisheries Catch Disposal Record PT02B; or

(c)    ADC ECDR.

 

(7)    If a holder is authorised to use Pole fishing methods then the holder must keep and maintain:

(a)    Line Fishing Daily Fishing Log LN01B; or

(b)    Australian Purse Seine and Pole Daily Fishing Log TPB02; and

(c)    Commonwealth Pelagic Fisheries Catch Disposal Record PT02B; or

(d)    ADC ECDR.

 

(8)    If the holder exports any tuna caught under their fishing concession (other than Southern Bluefin Tuna), the holder must keep and maintain the Australian Fish Export Statistical Document Program SDS01, containing the information in respect of their fishing activities in accordance with the instructions for that logbook, for the tuna exported.  

(9)    The holder must furnish any e-log required to be kept and maintained under this section to AFMA before any fish are unloaded from the holder’s nominated boat at the end of a trip.  

(10)                   The holder must furnish any logbook required to be kept and maintained under this section to AFMA within 3 calendar days from the date that fish are unloaded from a nominated boat.  

(11)                   In this section:

          holder means a holder of a fishing concession authorising the person to take fish in:

(a)    the Eastern Skipjack Fishery;

(b)    the Eastern Tuna and Billfish Fishery; 

(c)    the Western Skipjack Fishery; or 

(d)    the Western Tuna and Billfish Fishery.  

 

12  High Seas Fishery

(1)   If a holder is authorised to use a fishing method specified in subsections (2) to (4) then the holder must keep and maintain the e-log(s) in the electronic schema specified for that fishing method, containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for the e-log(s), unless paragraphs (a), (b) or (c) apply:

(a)    If there is no e-log(s) specified for that fishing method, the holder must keep and maintain the logbook(s) specified for that fishing method containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for the logbook(s). 

(b)    If section 8 applies to the holder, the holder must keep and maintain the logbook(s) specified for that fishing method or the e-log(s) specified for that fishing method containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for the e-log(s) or logbook(s).

(c)    If the e-log specified is ADC ECDR, the holder must keep and maintain the e-log ADC ECDR or the logbook specified, containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for that e-log or logbook.

 

(2)    If a holder is authorised to use Trap fishing methods then the holder must keep and maintain:

(a)    Trap Fishing Daily Fishing Log TR01; and

(b)    Commonwealth Catch Disposal Document SESS2B; or

(c)    ADC ECDR.

 

(3)    If a holder is authorised to use Line fishing methods then the holder must keep and maintain:

(a)    Line Fishing Daily Log LN01B; or

(b)    Australian Pelagic Longline Daily Fishing Log AL06; or

(c)    ADC ELINE; and

(d)    Commonwealth Catch Disposal Document SESS2B; or

(e)    Commonwealth Pelagic Fisheries Catch Disposal Record PT02B; or

(f)     ADC ECDR.

 

(4)    If a holder is authorised to use Trawl fishing methods then the holder must keep and maintain:

(a)    Eastern Finfish Trawl Daily Fishing Log EFT01C; or

(b)    North West Slope Daily Fishing Log NWS04; or

(c)    Southern and Western Finfish Trawl Daily Fishing Log SWT01B; or

(d)    ADC ETRAWL; and

(e)    Commonwealth Catch Disposal Document SESS2B; or

(f)     Great Australian Bight Trawl Fishery Catch Disposal Record GAB2C; or

(g)    ADC ECDR.

 

(5)    The holder must furnish any e-log required to be kept and maintained under this section to AFMA before any fish are unloaded from the holder’s nominated boat at the end of a trip.  

(6)    The holder must furnish any logbook required to be kept and maintained under this section to AFMA within 3 calendar days from the date that fish are unloaded from a nominated boat.  

(7)    In this section:

                holder means a holder of a High Seas Fishery permit.  

13  Northern Prawn Fishery

(1)    Subject to subsection (2), a holder must keep and maintain an e-log that meets the requirements of ADC ETRAWL, containing the information in respect of their fishing activities in accordance with the instructions for that e-log.     

(1)    If section 8 applies to the holder, the holder must keep and maintain the Northern and Torres Strait Prawn Fisheries Daily Fishing Log NP16 logbook containing the information in respect of their fishing activities in accordance with the instructions for that logbook.      

(2)    The holder must furnish any e-log required to be kept and maintained under this section to AFMA before any fish are unloaded from the holder’s nominated boat at the end of a trip.  

(3)    The holder must furnish any logbook required to be kept and maintained under this section to AFMA within 3 calendar days from the date that fish are unloaded from a nominated boat.  

(4)    In this section:

holder means a holder of a fishing concession authorising the person to take fish in the Northern Prawn Fishery.  

14  North West Slope Fishery

(2)    Subject to subsection (2), a holder a holder must keep and maintain an e-log that meets the requirements of ADC ETRAWL, containing the information in respect of their fishing activities in accordance with the instructions for that e-log.  

(3)    If section 8 applies to the holder, the holder must keep and maintain the North West Slope Daily Fishing Log NWS04 logbook, containing the information in respect of their fishing activities in accordance with the instructions for that logbook.  

(4)    The holder must furnish any e-log required to be kept and maintained under this section to AFMA before any fish are unloaded from the holder’s nominated boat at the end of a trip.  

(5)    The holder must furnish any logbook required to be kept and maintained under this section to AFMA within 3 calendar days from the date that fish are unloaded from a nominated boat.  

(6)    In this section:

holder means a holder of a fishing concession authorising the person to take fish in the North West Slope Fishery.  

15  Small Pelagic Fishery

(1)    If a holder is authorised to use a fishing method specified in subsections (2) to (5) then the holder must keep and maintain the e-log(s) in the electronic schema specified for that fishing method, containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for the e-log(s), unless paragraphs (a), (b) or (c) apply:

(a)    If there is no e-log(s) specified for that fishing method, the holder must keep and maintain the logbook(s) specified for that fishing method containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for the logbook(s). 

(b)    If section 8 applies to the holder, the holder must keep and maintain the logbook(s) specified for that fishing method or the e-log(s) specified for that fishing method containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for the e-log(s) or logbook(s).

(c)    If the e-log specified is ADC ECDR, the holder must keep and maintain the e-log ADC ECDR or the logbook specified, containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for that e-log or logbook.

 

(2)    If a holder is authorised to use Trawl fishing methods then the holder must keep and maintain:

(a)    Eastern Finfish Trawl Daily Fishing Log EFT01C; or

(b)    Southern and Western Finfish Trawl Daily Fishing Log SWT01B; or

(c)    ADC ETRAWL; and

(d)    Commonwealth Catch Disposal Document SESS2B; or

(e)    Great Australian Bight Trawl Fishery Catch Disposal Record GAB2C; or

(f)     ADC ECDR.

 

(3)    If a holder is authorised to use Purse seine fishing methods then the holder must keep and maintain:

(a)    Purse Seine Daily Fishing Log PS01A; or

(b)    Great Australian Bight Trawl Fishery Catch Disposal Record GAB2C; or

(c)    ADC ECDR.

 

(4)    If a holder is authorised to use Jigging fishing methods then the holder must keep and maintain:

(a)    Squid Daily Fishing Log SQ05; or

(b)    ADC SQUID; and

(c)    Great Australian Bight Trawl Fishery Catch Disposal Record GAB2C; or

(d)        Electronic Catch Disposal Record EST02; or

(e)         Electronic Catch Disposal Record ESU02; or

(f)     Commonwealth Scallop/Squid Catch Disposal Record SCQ02B logbook; or

(g)    ADC ECDR.

 

(5)    If a holder is authorised to use Minor line fishing methods then the holder must keep and maintain:

(a)    Line fishing Daily Fishing Log LN01B; or

(b)    ADC ELINE; and

(c)    Great Australian Bight Trawl Fishery Catch Disposal Record GAB2C; or

(d)    ADC ECDR.

 

(6)    The holder must furnish any e-log required to be kept and maintained under this section to AFMA before any fish are unloaded from the holder’s nominated boat at the end of a trip.  

(7)    The holder must furnish any logbook required to be kept and maintained under this section to AFMA within 3 calendar days from the date that fish are unloaded from a nominated boat.  

(8)    In this section:

holder means a holder of a fishing concession authorising the person to take fish in the Small Pelagic Fishery.  

16  Southern and Eastern Scalefish and Shark Fishery

(1)    If a holder is authorised to use a fishing method specified in subsections (2) to (5) then the holder must keep and maintain the e-log(s) in the electronic schema specified for that fishing method, containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for the e-log(s), unless paragraphs (a), (b) or (c) apply:

(a)    If there is no e-log(s) specified for that fishing method, the holder must keep and maintain the logbook(s) specified for that fishing method containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for the logbook(s).

(b)    If section 8 applies to the holder, the holder must keep and maintain the logbook(s) specified for that fishing method or the e-log(s) specified for that fishing method containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for the e-log(s) or logbook(s).

(c)    If the e-log specified is ADC ECDR, the holder must keep and maintain the e-log ADC ECDR or the logbook specified, containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for that e-log or logbook.

 

(2)    If a holder is authorised to use Trawl fishing methods then the holder must keep and maintain:

(a)    Eastern Finfish Trawl Daily Fishing Log EFT01C; or

(b)    Southern and Western Finfish Trawl Daily Fishing Log SWT01B; or

(c)    ADC ETRAWL; or

(d)    ADC BOAT SEINE; and

(e)    Commonwealth Catch Disposal Document SESS2B; or

(f)     Great Australian Bight Trawl Fishery Catch Disposal Record GAB2C; or

(g)    Electronic Catch Disposal Record EST02; or

(h)    Electronic Catch Disposal Record ESU02; or

(i)      ADC ECDR.

 

(3)    If a holder is authorised to use Trap fishing methods then the holder must keep and maintain:

(a)    Trap Fishing Daily Fishing Log TR01; and

(b)    Commonwealth Catch Disposal Document SESS2B; or

(c)    Electronic Catch Disposal Record EST02; or

(d)    Electronic Catch Disposal Record ESU02; or

(e)    ADC ECDR.

 

(4)    If a holder is authorised to use Line fishing methods then the holder must keep and maintain:

(a)    Line Fishing Daily Log LN01B; or

(b)    Australian Pelagic Longline Daily Fishing Log AL06; or

(c)    ADC ELINE; and

(d)    Commonwealth Catch Disposal Document SESS2B; or

(e)    Commonwealth Pelagic Fisheries Catch Disposal Record PT02B; or

(f)     Electronic Catch Disposal Record EST02; or

(g)    Electronic Catch Disposal Record ESU02; or

(h)    ADC ECDR.

 

(5)    If a holder is authorised to use Gillnet fishing methods then the holder must keep and maintain:

(a)    Gillnet Fishing Daily Log NT01B; or

(b)    ADC Gillnet; and

(c)    Commonwealth Catch Disposal Document SESS2B; or

(d)    Electronic Catch Disposal Record EST02; or

(e)    Electronic Catch Disposal Record ESU02; or

(f)     ADC ECDR.

 

(6)    The holder must furnish any e-log required to be kept and maintained under this section to AFMA before any fish are unloaded from the holder’s nominated boat at the end of a trip.  

(7)    The holder must furnish any logbook required to be kept and maintained under this section to AFMA within 3 calendar days from the date that fish are unloaded from a nominated boat.  

(1)    In this section:

                    holder means a holder of a fishing concession authorising the person to take fish in the Southern and Eastern Scalefish and Shark Fishery.  

17  Southern Bluefin Tuna Fishery

(1)    If a holder is authorised to use a fishing method specified in subsections (2) to (4) then the holder must keep and maintain the e-log(s) in the electronic schema specified for that fishing method, containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for the e-log(s), unless paragraphs (a), (b) or (c) apply:

(a)    If there is no e-log(s) specified for that fishing method, the holder must keep and maintain the logbook(s) specified for that fishing method containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for the logbook(s). 

(b)    If section 8 applies to the holder, the holder must keep and maintain the logbook(s) specified for that fishing method or the e-log(s) specified for that fishing method containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for the e-log(s) or logbook(s).

(c)    If the e-log specified is ADC ECDR, the holder must keep and maintain the e-log ADC ECDR or the logbook specified, containing information in respect of their activities in accordance with the instructions for that e-log or logbook.

 

(2)    If a holder is authorised to use Longline and Minor line fishing methods (excluding pole) then the holder must keep and maintain:

(a)    Australian Pelagic Longline Daily Fishing Log AL06; or

(b)    Line Fishing Daily Fishing Log LN01B; or

(c)    ADC ELINE; and 

(d)    Commonwealth Pelagic Fisheries Catch Disposal Record PT02B; or

(e)    Electronic Catch Disposal Record ESU02; or

(f)     ADC ECDR; and

(g)    Catch Monitoring Form CMAU02C; and 

(h)    Catch Tagging Form CTAU02A.  

 

(3)    If a holder is authorised to use Pole fishing methods then the holder must keep and maintain:

(a)    Australian Purse Seine and Pole Daily Fishing Log TPB02; and 

(b)    Commonwealth Pelagic Fisheries Catch Disposal Record PT02B; and 

(c)    Catch Monitoring Form CMAU02C; and 

(d)    Catch Tagging Form CTAU02A.  

 

(4)    If a holder is authorised to use Purse Seine fishing methods (where the fish are not landed to a farm) then the holder must keep and maintain:

(a)    Purse Seine Daily Fishing Log PS01A; and 

(b)    Commonwealth Pelagic Fisheries Catch Disposal Record PT02B; and 

(c)    Catch Monitoring Form CMAU02C; and 

(d)    Catch Tagging Form CTAU02A.  

 

(5)    If a holder is authorised to use Purse Seine fishing methods (where the fish are landed to a farm) then the holder must keep and maintain:

(a)    Australian Purse Seine and Pole Daily Fishing Log for Farmed Southern Bluefin Tuna Only TPB03A; and 

(b)    Southern Bluefin Tuna Fishery Farm Catch Disposal Record SBT04B; and 

(c)    Catch Monitoring Form CTAU02C; and 

(d)    Catch Tagging Form CTAU02A; and

(e)    Southern Bluefin Tuna Fishery Farm Catch Disposal Record – Purse Seine Boat SBT02; and

(f)     Farm Stocking Form FSAU; and 

(g)    Southern Bluefin Tuna Fishery Farm Transit Log SBT03B.  

 

(6)    If the holder exports any tuna caught under their fishing concession (excluding Southern Bluefin Tuna), the holder must keep and maintain the Australian Fish Export Statistical Document Program SDS01 logbook, containing the information in respect of their fishing activities in accordance with the instructions for that logbook, for the tuna that is exported.  

(7)    The holder must furnish any e-log required to be kept and maintained under this section to AFMA before any fish are unloaded from the holder’s nominated boat at the end of a trip.  

(8)    The holder must furnish any logbook required to be kept and maintained under this section to AFMA within 3 calendar days from the date that fish are unloaded from a nominated boat, or in the case of Farmed fish, within 3 calendar days of the fish being harvested.

(9)    In this section:

                   holder means a holder of a fishing concession authorising the person to take fish in the Southern Bluefin Tuna Fishery.  

18  Southern Squid Jig Fishery

(1)    A holder must keep and maintain the following logbook(s) or e-log(s), containing the information in respect of their fishing activities in accordance with the instructions for the logbook(s) or e-log(s): 

(a) Squid Jigging Daily Fishing Log SQ05; or

(b) ADC SQUID: and 

(c) Commonwealth Scallop/Squid Catch Disposal Record SCQ02B; or

(d)  ADC ECDR.  

 

(2)    The holder must furnish any e-log required to be kept and maintained under this section to AFMA before any fish are unloaded from the holder’s nominated boat at the end of a trip.  

(3)    The holder must furnish any logbooks required to be kept and maintained under this section to AFMA within 3 calendar days from the date that fish are unloaded from a nominated boat.  

(4)    In this section:

       holder means a holder of a fishing concession authorising the person to take fish in the Southern Squid Jig Fishery.  

19  Western Deepwater Trawl Fishery

(1)    Subject to subsection (2), a holder must keep and maintain an e-log that meets the requirements of ADC ETRAWL, containing the information in respect of their fishing activities in accordance with the instructions for that e-log.  

(2)    If section 8 applies to the holder, the holder must keep and maintain the Southern and Western Finfish Trawl Daily Fishing Log SWT01B logbook, containing the information in respect of their fishing activities in accordance with the instructions for that logbook.  

(3)    The holder must furnish any e-log required to be kept and maintained under this section to AFMA before any fish are unloaded from the holder’s nominated boat at the end of a trip.  

(4)    The holder must furnish any logbook required to be kept and maintained under this section to AFMA within 3 calendar days from the date that fish are unloaded from a nominated boat.  

(5)    In this section:

       holder means a holder of a fishing concession authorising the person to take fish in the Western Deepwater Trawl Fishery.  

20  Transportation of fish taken in a declared fishery

(1)    If subsection (2) applies, the holder of a fishing concession must keep and maintain the Commonwealth Managed Fisheries Transit Form CTF logbook, containing the information in respect of their fishing activities in accordance with the instructions for that logbook.  

(2)    This subsection applies where: 

(a)    the holder’s fishing concession authorises the holder to take fish in a declared fishery; and 

(b)    the holder has taken fish from a declared fishery; and 

(c)    after landing the fish, transports the fish to a holder of a fish receiver permit; and 

(d)    transports the fish in more than one consignment.  

(3)    The holder must furnish any logbook required to be kept and maintained under this section to AFMA within 3 calendar days from the date that fish are unloaded from a nominated boat.      


 

Schedule 1 – Repeals

Fisheries Management (Logbooks for Fisheries) Determination 2018

1  The whole of the instrument

Repeal the instrument

 

             

Schedule 2 – Content of e-logs

1   Content required for all electronic schema

For the purpose of sub-section 6(2)(a) to (g), all electronic schema must contain the following content described in column 1 of the table.  

 

 

Item

Column 1

Content required to be kept and maintained

1

For each trip:

1.      vendor name; 

2.      application name;

3.      application version;

4.      concession holder identification;

5.      start date and time of trip;

6.      the port departed from;

7.      end date and time of trip; and

8.      the destination port.

 

While at sea for longer than 24 hours, with respect to any day(s) during which no fishing occurs:

1.      the non-fishing period activity identification number;

2.      the reason for not fishing;

3.      the date and time that the non-fishing period started; and

4.      the date and time that the non-fishing period ended.

2

For each fishing activity undertaken during a trip:

1.      the trip activity number;

2.      for each shot during a trip:

a)      the shot number (starting at 1 and continuing in sequence for each trip);

b)      the fishing method used;

c)      the type of fishing being undertaken (either for commercial or research purposes);

d)      the species of fish being targeted before setting gear; and

e)      the type(s) of mitigation measures used to reduce interaction with protected species.

3.      for any non-fishing activity:

a)      the fishery;

b)      the date and time that the activity started;

c)      the date and time that the activity ended; and

d)      the reason for not fishing.

4.      if an observer was on board:

a)      the observer trip identification;

b)      the date and time that the observer came onto the boat; and

c)      the date and time that the observer left the boat.

5.      for any listed marine species and threatened species interactions:

a)      the species of animal;

b)      the date and time the interaction occurred;

c)      the latitude of the position of the boat when the interaction occurred;

d)      the longitude of the position of the boat when the interaction occurred;

e)      the activity being undertaken at the time the interaction occurred;

f)       the total number of interactions with animals of the same species interacted with within the same date, time and location;

g)      if the interaction occurred during a shot, the shot number;

h)      the life status of the animal, or animals, interacted with;

i)        the number of individual animals, of the same species and life status, interacted with during the same interaction event;

j)        to the extent possible in the circumstances, if the animal has a band or tag record, the details of the record including any numbers or colours; and

k)      any further information considered by the holder of the fishing concession to be relevant. 

 

2. Content required for specific digital logbook

For the purpose of sub-section 6(2), the digital logbook described in an item in column 1 must have the content prescribed in column 2.  

 

Item

Column 1

Electronic schema

Column 2

Content required to be kept and maintained

1

ADC EGNET

1.      for each gillnet shot during a trip:

a)      the set number;

b)      the trip identification number;

c)      the date and time the set started;

d)      the date and time the set ended;

e)      the latitude for the position of the boat at the start of the set;

f)       the longitude for the position of the boat at the start of the set;

g)      the latitude for the position of the boat at the end of the set;

h)      the longitude for the position of the boat at the end of the set;

i)        the mesh size of the net (in millimetres);

j)        the net length per mesh of the net;

k)      the height of the net;

l)        the number of meshes per drop;

m)    the maximum depth fished;

n)      the minimum depth fished;

o)      the average temperature recorded at fishing depth during the shot;

p)      the sea surface temperature of the shot;

q)      the fishing ground being fished;

r)       if undertaking research, a description of the research being undertaken; and

s)       whether the boat was fishing inside or outside 3 nautical miles of the coastline.

2.      for each haul:

a)      the date and time the haul started;

b)      the date and time the haul ended;

c)      the total length (if any) of net lost;

d)      whether the shot was deployed successfully or whether there were any problems with setting the shot; and

e)      any further information considered by the holder of the fishing concession to be relevant. 

3.      the species name for all fish caught, including retained and discarded fish.

4.      for fish caught and retained:

a)      the estimated processed weight of retained fish;

b)      the number of fish retained;

c)      the type of processing used, by species and processing type; and 

d)      the grade (if known) of fish caught.

5.      for fish caught and discarded:

a)      the reason for discarding the fish;

b)      the estimated total weight of all discarded species;

c)      the number of finfish (if any) discarded; and 

d)      the life status of the fish (if known).

 

2

ADC ELINE

1.      for each bait shot:

a)      the life status of the bait used;

b)      the source of the bait used;

c)      the weight of the bait used; and

d)      the species of bait used.

2.      the species name for all fish caught, including retained and discarded fish.

3.      for fish caught and retained:

a)      the estimated processed weight of retained fish;

b)      the number of fish caught and retained;

c)      the type of processing used, by species and processing type;

d)       the grade (if known) of fish caught;

e)      the type of containers being used;

f)       the size of containers being used;

g)      the number of fish containers being used;

h)      the life status (if known) of fish caught;

i)        the sex (if known) of fish caught; and

j)        for fish tagged by crew, the tag number of each fish.

4.      for fish caught and discarded:

a)      the reason for discarding the fish;

b)      the estimated total weight of all discarded species;

c)      the number of fish (if any) discarded;

d)      the life status (if known) of any fish discarded;

e)      the sex (if known) of fish discarded; and

f)       for fish tagged by crew, the tag number.

5.      for fish caught for crew sampling:

a)       the number of fish sampled;

b)       the weight of fish sampled;

c)      the length of fish sampled; and

6.      the weight of any bait species caught.

7.      for each minor line shot:

a)      the number of lines used;

b)      the average temperature at fishing depth;

c)      the fishing ground being fished;

d)      the number of hours fished per day;

e)      the latitude for the location where the most fish were caught;

f)       the longitude for the location where the most fish were caught;

g)      if undertaking research, a description of the research being undertaken;

h)      the sea surface temperature of the shot;

i)        the date and time that fishing commenced;

j)        whether the boat was fishing inside or outside 3 nautical miles of the coastline; and

k)      any further information considered by the holder of the fishing concession to be relevant.

8.      for each demersal longline and trotline shot:

a)      the date and time the set started;

b)      the latitude for the position of the boat at the start of the set;

c)      the longitude for the position of the boat at the start of the set;

d)      the number of hooks used;

e)      the total length of line used;

f)       the maximum depth fished;

g)      the minimum depth fished;

h)      the date and time the set ended;

i)        the latitude for the position of the boat at the end of the set;

j)        the longitude for the position of the boat at the end of the set; and the date and time the haul started;

k)      the average temperature recorded at fishing depth;

l)        the fishing ground being fished;

m)    if undertaking research, a description of the research being undertaken;

n)      the sea surface temperature of the shot;

o)      whether the boat was fishing inside or outside 3 nautical miles of the coastline;

p)      the date and time the haul started;

q)      the date and time the haul ended;

r)       the estimated length of line lost;

s)       the estimated number of hooks lost;

t)        whether the shot was deployed successfully or whether problems occurred; and

u)      any further information considered by the holder of the fishing concession to be relevant.

9.      for each dropline shot:

a)      the date and time the set started;

b)      the average number of hooks per line;

c)      the number of times the lines were lifted during the shot;

d)      the estimated length of line lost;

e)      the estimated number of hooks lost;

f)       the maximum depth fished;

g)      the minimum depth fished;

h)      the average temperature recorded at fishing depth during the shot;

i)        the fishing ground being fished;

j)        the number of hours fished per calendar day;

k)      the latitude for the location where the most fish were caught;

l)        the longitude for the location where the most fish were caught;

m)    if undertaking research, a description of the research being undertaken;

n)      the sea surface temperature of the shot;

o)      whether the boat was fishing inside or outside 3 nautical miles of the coastline; and

p)      any further information considered by the holder of the fishing concession to be relevant.

10.  for each pelagic longline shot:

a)      the date and time that the set started;

b)      the latitude for the position of the boat at the start of the set;

c)      the longitude for the position of the boat at the start of the set;

d)      the branchline weight and weighting regime used;

e)      the length of the branchline weighting regime used;

f)       the branchline distance from the hook;

g)      whether the line shooter was used;

h)      the line shooting speed (if known);

i)        the number of hooks set between bubbles;

j)        if lightsticks are used, the total number of lightsticks used for the shot;

k)      the vessel’s shooting speed in knots;

l)        the total number of hooks used in the shot;

m)    the type of hooks used;

n)      the size of hooks used;

o)      the total length of line used in the shot;

p)      an estimated length of the line lost;

q)      the maximum depth fished;

r)       the minimum depth fished;

s)       the date and time the haul ended;

t)        the latitude for the position of the boat at the end of the haul;

u)      the longitude for the position of the boat at the end of the haul;

v)      the average temperature recorded at fishing depth during the shot;

w)    the fishing ground being fished;

x)      if undertaking research, a description of the research being undertaken;

y)      the sea surface temperature of the shot;

z)      the date and time the haul started;

aa)   the latitude for the position of the boat at the end of the set;

bb)  the longitude for the position of the boat at the end of set;

cc)   the latitude for the position of the boat at the end of the set;

dd)  the longitude for the position of the boat at the end of the set;

ee)   the length of line lost during the set;

ff)    the date and time the set ended;

gg)   the latitude for the position of the boat at the start of the haul;

hh)   the longitude for the position of the boat at the start of the haul;

ii)      whether the shot was deployed successfully or not;

jj)      the number of hooks lost during the set; and

kk)  any further information considered by the holder of the fishing concession to be relevant.

3

ADC PRAWN

1.      for each prawn trawl shot during the trip:

a)      the date and time at the start of the shot;

b)      the type of net being used;

c)      the number of nets towed;

d)      the average bottom depth;

e)      the average temperature at the average bottom depth;

f)       the fishing ground in which the prawn trawl shot occurred;

g)      the number of hours spent trawling in each 24-hour period;

h)      the number of hours spent searching in each 24-hour period;

i)        the number of shots completed in each 24-hour period;

j)        the latitude for the location where the most fish were caught;

k)      the longitude for the location where the most fish were caught;

l)        if undertaking research, a description of the research being undertaken;

m)    the sea surface temperature of the shot;

n)      the length of head rope; and

o)      any further information considered by the holder of the fishing concession to be relevant. 

2.      the species name for all fish retained, and all prawns discarded.

3.      for fish caught and retained:

a)      the estimated processed weight of retained fish for each species;

b)      the number of fish, if any, retained;

c)      the form code; and

d)      the grade for fish, expressed as a count per pound.

4.      for prawns caught and discarded:

a)      the reason for discarding the fish;

b)      the estimated total weight of all discarded species;

c)      the number of finfish (if any) discarded;

d)      the life status of the catch;

e)      the sex of the catch;

f)       the type of container being used;

g)      the size of containers being used;

h)      the number of containers;

i)        the life status of the fish; and

j)        the sex of the fish.

4

ADC BOAT SEINE

1.      for each seine shot:

a)      the mesh orientation (e.g. square or diamond);

b)      the mesh size used (in millimetres);

c)      the estimated wing spread;

d)      the height of the largest part of the ground gear (in millimetres);

e)      the type of ground gear being used;

f)       the weight of the ground gear;

g)      the headline height;

h)      the length of headrope;

i)        the length of rope per each side of the Danish seine;

j)        the type of net used;

k)      the maximum depth fished;

l)        the minimum depth fished;

m)    the date and time the haul ended;

n)      the average temperature recorded at fishing depth during the shot;

o)      the fishing ground being fished;

p)      if undertaking research, a description of the research being undertaken;

q)      the sea surface temperature of the shot;

r)       whether the shot was deployed successfully or not;

s)       the date and time the set started;

t)        the latitude for the position of the boat at the start of the set;

u)      the longitude for the position of the boat at the start of the set;

v)      whether or not the boat was fishing within 3 nautical miles of the coastline; and

w)    any further information considered by the holder of the fishing concession to be relevant. 

2.      the species name for all fish caught, including retained and discarded fish.

3.      for fish caught and retained:

a)      the estimated processed weight of retained fish;

b)      if applicable, the number of fish caught;

c)      the type of processing used, by species processing type; and 

d)      for each species retained, the grade.

4.      for fish caught and discarded:

a)      the reason for discarding the fish;

b)      the estimated total weight of all discarded species;

c)      the number of fish (if any) discarded;

d)      the life status of the fish; and

e)      the sex of the fish.

5

ADC ETRAWL

1.      for each finfish and/or scampi trawl shot:

a)      the mesh orientation;

b)      the mesh size used (in millimetres);

c)      the estimated wing spread;

d)      the height of the largest part of the ground gear (in millimetres);

e)      the type of ground gear used;

f)       the weight of the ground gear;

g)      the headline height;

h)      the length of the headrope;

i)        the trawl board towing length;

j)        the type of trawl board used;

k)      the type of net used;

l)        the number of nets being towed;

m)    the date and time that the set ended;

n)      the latitude for the position of the boat at the end of the set;

o)      the longitude for the position of the boat at the end of the set;

p)      the fishing ground being fished;

q)      if undertaking research, a description of the research being undertaken;

r)       whether the boat was fishing inside or outside 3 nautical miles of the coastline;

s)       whether the shot was deployed successfully or not;

t)        the date and time the haul started;

u)      the latitude for the position of the boat at the start of the set;

v)      the longitude for the position of the boat at the start of the set;

w)    the maximum depth fished;

x)      the minimum depth fished;

y)      the average temperature recorded at fishing depth during the shot;

z)      the sea surface temperature of the shot; and

aa)   any further information considered by the holder of the fishing concession to be relevant.

2.      the species name for all fish caught, including retained and discarded fish.

3.      for fish caught and retained:

a)      the estimated processed weight of retained fish;

b)      if applicable, the number of fish caught;

c)      the type of processing used, by species and processing type; and 

d)       for each species retained, grade.

4.      for fish caught and discarded:

a)      the reason for discarding the fish;

b)      the estimated total weight of all discarded species;

c)      the number of fish (if any) discarded;

d)      the life status of the fish; and

e)      the sex of the fish.

 

 6

ADC ECDR

1.      For each catch disposal:

a)      identification of the boat that carried the fish;

b)      the fishery;

c)      the fishing method;

d)      the permit of SFR number;

e)      the date and time of unloading;

f)       the port where the fish was unloaded;

g)      Fish Receiver identification;

h)      the method used to determine the accurate weight of the consignment;

i)        the total accurate weight of consignment;

j)        the total number of bins or boxes consigned;

k)      whether reporting the whole or part of the catch;

l)        the name of the transporter;

m)    the type of vehicle used to transport the consignment;

n)      the species name for all fish received;

o)      for each species, the weight of the fish;

p)      the type of processing used, by species and processing type;

q)      for each species, the number of fish;

r)       the region code; and

s)       the type of decrement.

2.      For each catch reception:

a)      name of fish receiver;

b)      the premises that the fish were received at;

c)      the date that the fish were received on;

d)      the species name for all fish received;

e)      for each species, the weight of the fish;

f)       the type of processing used, by species and processing type; and

g)       for each species, the number of fish.

7

ADC SQUID

1.      for each squid shot during a trip:

a)      the date of the shot;

b)      the fishery;

c)      the time the drift started;

d)      the latitude for the boat at the start of the drift;

e)      the longitude for the boat at the start of the drift;

f)       the latitude for the boat at the end of the drift;

g)      the longitude for the boat at the end of the drift;

h)      estimated distance the boat travelled during the drift;

i)        the sea surface temperature during the drift;

j)        the average depth of seabed during the drift;

k)      the total number of lures used during the drift;

l)        the number of machines used during the drift;

m)    did the boat move due to interrupted fishing operation;

n)      the code explaining the reason for any interrupted fishing operation;

o)      the cloud cover during the drift;

p)      if catch was depredated during the drift;

q)      the average wind speed during the drift; and

r)       the total wattage of lights used during the drift.

2.      the species name for all fish caught, including retained and discarded fish. 

3.      for fish caught and retained, the estimated processed weight (kg) of each species.

4.      for fish caught and discarded, the estimated green weight (kg) of each species.

 

 

 

8.

ADC SCALLOP

1.      for each day of the fishing trip:

a)      the date of the activity;

b)      weather the activity was fishing or searching for fish;

c)      the latitude for the boat at the start of the activity;

d)      the longitude for the boat at the start of the activity;

e)      the minimum depth fished during the fishing activity;

f)       the maximum depth fished during the fishing activity;

g)      the hours spent fishing or searching; and

h)      the number of hauls during the fishing activity.

2.      the species name for all fish caught, including retained and discarded fish. 

3.      for fish caught and retained, the estimated processed weight (kg) of each species.

4.      for fish caught and discarded:  

a)      the estimated green weight (kg) of each species; or

b)      the number of fish discarded.

5.      trip observations

a)      the bottom type during the trip; and

b)      the general scallop size during the trip.

6.      percent of scallops discarded.

 

 

 

 

 




 

Schedule 3 – Form and content of logbooks

1  Logbooks

For the purpose of section 7, the form and content of a logbook described in an item in column 1 of the table is prescribed in the Gazette at the reference in column 2 in the table.  

 

Item

Column 1

Logbook

Column 2

Reference to gazettal

1

AL06

Gazette No. GN 23, Wednesday, 15 June 2011 pages 1227 – 1236 

2

CMAU02C

C2017G00101

3

Coral,

Shell Grit

& Sand

Star

Fisheries

Logbook

Gazette No. GN 23, Wednesday, 15 June 2011 page 1254

4

CTAU02A

C2013G01762

5

EST02

C2021G00756

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ESU02

C2021G00757

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EFT01C

C2016G00444

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FSAU

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FTAU

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HC01

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LN01B

C2016G00442

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NP16

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NT01A

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NT01B

C2016G00443

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NWS04

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PS01A

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PT02B

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SDS01

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SWT01B

C2016G00445

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TPB02

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TPB03

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SCQ02B

C2019G01125

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SESS2B

C2014G01056

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SQ05

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SCA01B

C2017G01174

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TR01

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