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Fishing views wanted ahead of pilot schemes

VIEWS are being sought from people in Argyll and Bute on proposals to test new management measures in Scottish inshore waters. The consultation will consider which areas should host two, two-year pilots, part of an initiative to examine whether changing management arrangements in the inshore zone can have an impact.

One trial will test a more localised approach to fisheries management, where fishing interests have developed local arrangements. The second will trial the impact of separating different methods of fishing, such as creeling and trawling, in an area. The five separate initiatives that are being consulted on are:

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