Eel Fishing (Licence Duties) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1996

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Published: 1996-11-15

Statutory Rules of Northern Ireland
1996 No. 539

FISHERIES
Eel Fishing (Licence Duties) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1996

Made
15th November 1996

Coming into operation
1st January 1997

The Department of Agriculture in exercise of the powers conferred on it by sections 15(1) and 19(1) of the Fisheries Act (Northern Ireland) 1966(1) and of every other power enabling it in that behalf, hereby makes the following Regulations:—

Citation and commencement

1.  These Regulations may be cited as the Eel Fishing (Licence Duties) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1996 and shall come into operation on 1st January 1997.

Licence Duties

2.  There shall be payable to the Fisheries Conservancy Board for Northern Ireland by way of licence duties in respect of licences for the use of fishing engines for the taking of eels referred to in column 1 of the Schedule the amounts respectively specified in column 2 of the Schedule.

Revocation

3.  The Eel Fishing (Licence Duties) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1995(2) are hereby revoked.

Sealed with the Official Seal of the Department of Agriculture on 15th November 1996.

L.S.
G. Lavery
Assistant Secretary

Regulation 2
SCHEDULE

Fishing Engine
Duty

£

Fyke net
6·35

The existing eel weir at Toome
4,502·50

The existing eel weir at Upper Row, Portna
2,254·80

The existing eel weir at Lower Row, Portna
2,254·80

The existing automatic eel weir at Portna
1,125·55

The existing eel weir at Movanagher
1,125·55

The existing eel weir at Rademon
43·95

The existing eel weir at Drumnaconagher, Crossgar
43·95

The existing eel weir at Belleek
43·95

Fixed wing nets, used in the River Erne in the County of Fermanagh between Rosscor Viaduct and a point 800 metres downstream of Rosscor Viaduct or in the River Quoile in the County of Down between the floodgates at the Old Quoile Bridge and tidal barrier at Hare Island and having a leader and a wing or wings each not exceeding 23 metres in length; for each batch of 5 or less
66·80

Fixed wing nets used in that part of Lower Lough Erne in the County of Fermanagh lying between Rosscor Viaduct and an imaginary line running directly from North to South and passing through the Western tip of Ferny Island in the parish of Belleek, Barony of Lurg and having a leader and wing or wings, each not exceeding 230 metres in length; for each batch of 10 or less
1,029·00

Long line used in the Erne Catchment Area — containing not more than 1200 hooks
43·95

Long line used in the Erne Catchment Area — containing over 1200 hooks
66·80

Long line containing not more than 1200 hooks used in Lough Neagh excluding its tributaries and their branches
66·80

Long line containing over 1200 hooks used in Lough Neagh excluding its tributaries and their branches
89·60

Eel draft net not exceeding 118 metres in length used in Lough Neagh
89·60

Explanatory Note

(This note is not part of the Regulations.)
These Regulations increase the licence duties payable from 1st January 1997 to the Fisheries Conservancy Board for Northern Ireland in respect of licences for the use of fishing engines for the taking of eels by the amounts set out below.


Previous Rates
New Rates
Increase

£
£
£

Fyke net
6·20
6·35
0·15

The existing eel weir at Toome
4,396·95
4.502·50
105·55

The existing eel weir at Upper Row, Portna
2,201·95
2,254·80
52·85

The existing eel weir at Lower Row, Portna
2,201·95
2,254·80
52·85

The existing automatic eel weir at Portna
1,099·15
1,125·55
26·40

The existing eel weir at Movanagher
1,099·15
1,125·55
26·40

The existing eel weir at Rademon
42·90
43·95
1·05

The existing eel weir at Drumnaconagher, Crossgar
42·90
43·95
1·05

The existing eel weir at Belleek
42·90
43·95
1·05

Fixed wing nets, used in the River Erne in the County of Fermanagh between Rosscor Viaduct and a point 800 metres downstream of Rosscor Viaduct or in the River Quoile in the County of Down between the floodgates at the Old Quoile Bridge and the tidal barrier at Hare Island and having a leader and a wing or wings each not exceeding 23 metres in length, for each batch of 5 or less
65·25
66·80
1·55

Fixed wing nets used in that part of Lower Lough Erne in the County of Fermanagh lying between Rosscor Viaduct and an imaginary line running directly from North to South and passing through the Western tip of Ferny Island in the Parish of Belleek, Barony of Lurg and having a leader and wing or wings, each not exceeding 230 metres in length, for each batch of 10 or less
1,004·90
1.029·00
24·10

Long line used in the Erne Catchment Area — containing not more than 1200 hooks
42·90
43·95
1·05

Long line used in the Erne Catchment Area — containing over 1200 hooks
65·25
66·80
1·55

Long line containing not more than 1200 hooks used in Lough Neagh excluding its tributaries and their branches
65·25
66·80
1·55

Long line containing over 1200 hooks used in Lough Neagh excluding its tributaries and their branches
87·50
89·60
2·10

Eel draft net not exceeding 118 metres in length used in Lough Neagh
87·50
89·60
2·10



(1)
1996 c. 17 (N.I.)

(2)
S.R. 1995 No. 489
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