Halibut limit increased

Until december 31, anglers can take two halibut per day

Effective 001 hours on September 1, 2014 and until December 31, 2014, the daily limit for halibut will increase from one per day to two per day, of which one must be less than 90 cm head-on and one must be less than 133 cm head-on. The annual limit for halibut is six.

All halibut retained by the licence holder shall be immediatley recorded in ink on the 2014-2015 Tidal Waters Sport Fishing lIcence. The area from which each halaibut caught and its length shall immediately be recorded on licence. head-on is the measurement from the centre of the tail to the lower lip.

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