Managing salmon fisheries in England and on the Border Esk

Closes 9 Oct 2017

5.4. All consultees' views sought on the options for net and fixed engine fisheries

These questions are seeking all consultees' views on the options for net and fixed engine fisheries in England and on the Border Esk and the options set out for the North East Coast Net Fishery.

Questions 5.4a, 5.4b and 5.4c relate to all net and fixed engine fisheries in England and on the Border Esk, except the North East Coast Net Fishery.

Questions 5.4d and 5.4e relate to only the North East Coast Net Fishery.

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Q5.4a (Seeking all consultees' views on the options for net and fixed fisheries in England and on the Border Esk (except North East Coast Net Fishery Options)). Which is your preferred option for net and fixed engine fisheries as set out in Section 5.2: Table 2?

Q5.4b (This question is for all consultees to answer and is in reference to the answer that you have given to Q5.4a). What are the benefits, if there are any, which you would see from your preferred option for net and fixed engine fisheries?

Q5.4c (Seeking all consultees' views on the options for net and fixed engine fisheries in England and on the Border Esk (except North East Coast Net Fishery)). How long do you consider the measures covering a net and / or fixed engine fishery should be in place for?

Q5.4d (Seeking all consultees' views on the options for the North East Coast Net Fishery). Which is your preferred option for the North East Coast Net Fishery as set out in Section 5.3: Table 3?

Q5.4e (This question is for all consultees to answer and is in reference to the answer you have given to Q5.4d). What are the benefits, if there are any, which you would see from your preferred option for the North East Coast Net Fishery?