"Sole article.-Introducense in the Nº20.256 law, which lays down rules on recreational fishing, the following modifications: 1. Add the following article 7 bis:"article 7 bis.-measures health and biosecurity. " In order to prevent the introduction and spread, isolating the presence or tending to the eradication of diseases of high risk and species living aquatic that constitute or may constitute a pest in accordance with the regulation referred to in article 86 of the General Law of fisheries and aquaculture, the Undersecretary establish, where appropriate, the obligation to implement one or more restrictions on use or disinfection of recreational fishing tackle measures clothing, footwear, equipment and boats that are used in such activity or other sports or recreational activities nautical unavailable in terrestrial water courses and bodies or in the maritime areas that determine founded resolution, provided for in the regulation which in effect rendered the Ministry.
In addition, the regulation that referred first may establish, with the same previously designated object, use restrictions, prohibitions of entry and measures of disinfection to be applied to income to the country, with respect to recreational fishing gear, lures and bait, clothing, footwear, equipment and boats that point to the same regulations and used in recreational fishing or other activities sports or recreational water sports carried out in courses and bodies of terrestrial water or in maritime waters.
The above-mentioned prohibitions must be based on the circumstance that the implements come from countries affected by high risk diseases or pests. "."
2. merge article 33 the following second paragraph: "Without prejudice to the provisions of the preceding paragraph, shall apply to recreational fishing that is carried out in the fishing grounds the measures taken pursuant to article 7 bis.".
(3 is added to article 50 the next letter g): "g) perform any activity which enter in a basin species living aquatic constituting pest, contravening the provisions of article 7 bis.". "."