New Byelaws 2015
Technical Permit Requirements
Minimum Consevation Reference Sizes
Apply for a permit online
Whelk Research 2016
Distribution of Slipper Limpets
North Devon Lobsters
North Devon Lobster Stock Survey
Underwater Video Footage of Salcombe
South Devon Potting Survey
Welcome to Devon & Severn Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority.
Live wrasse fishery - a consultation on the Potting Permit Byelaw Permit Conditions.
Review of the flexible permit conditions for the Mobile Fishing Permit Byelaw
If you find a tagged sea bass or an electronic tag note the date and the location of the recovery and keep the whole fish with its tags.
The Master and owner of the fishing vessel J SEA (E333) fined a record total of £37,770 for illegally fishing in Lyme Bay. Click to read the press release.
The Master and Owner of the fishing vessel Providing Star (FD366) fined £13k for scallop dredging in prohibited areas.
Defra have published a consultation seeking your views on a proposed ban on landing egg-bearing lobsters and crawfish in England to help protect these important shellfish stocks. You can find the consultation and details of how to respond at this link:
Click here to find out about the Sea Angling 2017 Survey and to complete a survey form.
Click here to view
the Whelk Survey 2016
Please click here to view the Bass Fishing Guidance issued by the Marine Management Organisation on 31st January 2017
A decission has been made to submit the Netting Permit Byelaw for confirmation by the Secretary of State.
The proposed Netting Permit Byelaw is now entering the confirmation phase of its development. Please click here to view the information.
We are now offering online permit applications. Click here to proceed with an application.
Click here to view all the permit conditions of use.
New Potting Permit and Diving Permit Byelaws and Application
Mobile Fishing Permit Byelaw
Annexes for Mobile Fishing Permit Byelaw at Sea
Annexes for Mobile Fishing Permit Byelaw Estuary
Mobile Fishing Permit Application
The outcome of the review into the min
imum size increase of female edible crab.
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