Fishing quotas in Southland Fisheries Journal (SJFJ) are set at 8.5kg per person per day for catch, and a further 3kg per day if caught at more than one site.
But, while that’s a reasonable quota for Southland, fishing for a single fish will take several days of boat trips and will take you into the night.
It’s possible to catch one or two fish in a night with a single boat, but for long-distance trips, that’s not feasible.
Southland fishing quotas have been set to be around 15kg per catch, but in reality the fishing is much lower than that.
We were lucky enough to catch a couple of small trout in the Southland in the early morning.
We’re planning to go out to dinner in the evening and catch some more fish.
South Australia has a quota of 2.4kg per fish, but we were able to catch just two of those on our first night.
Fishing for the next day or two is possible with a boat but not with a full-size motorboat.
We’ll be using a motorboat to help us catch our next fish.
It is possible to fish in South Australia’s offshore waters, which are generally open to the public, but that requires a boat to get in and out of the area.
For most Southland fisheries you’ll need to use a boat for the entire day to get a quota.
If you want to fish longer distances, you’ll have to fish more offshore or catch smaller fish.
You may want to use another motorboat, as there is usually a limit to the amount of bait you can carry in a day, but you can’t get more than the limit.
There are two fishing zones in South Australian waters, South Island and the Torres Strait.
The South Island fishing zone is for fishing with a motor boat, and there are a few places where fishing with that is prohibited.
You can’t fish in the North Island, but there is a fishing zone off the coast of Port Phillip in the Northern Territory.
South Australian fishermen have a quota for the South Island of the Torres Straits.
Southlanders will need a boat at least 20cm long to fish there, but the bigger boats are permitted.
There is also a fishing area off the west coast of South Australia.
Fishing with a kayak or paddleboard is not allowed.
Fishing in South Sea Islands is generally open for fishing.
Fishing is restricted to boats up to 40cm long, with a maximum of five fishing spots.
Fishing at night is illegal, and boats cannot be anchored in water or set up to fish.
Fishing vessels can be towed by people using a mobile phone.
There’s also no legal limit to fish sizes.
Fishing nets can be used, but they are very heavy.
If caught early in the morning you may catch some bigger fish, so you’ll want to catch them before they’re big enough to be consumed.
Fishing can also be done off the east coast of the South Sea Island, with the exception of a small fishing zone near a small beach.
South Island fishermen use boats of up to 20cm in length and can go into the water with up to 100kg of bait.
Fishing trips take about 20 minutes, and fishing is generally very peaceful.
Fishing isn’t restricted to South Island waters.
South Sea Islanders have a fishing quota for all of their offshore waters and can catch up to 500kg of fish a day.
There has been no record of an accident in South Island’s waters, and most incidents have been minor.
There have been no recorded injuries or deaths related to fishing, though, so there’s not a lot of risk.
South Australians are also allowed to fish off the north coast of their state, and can take up to 200kg of fishing bait, with no limit on the size.
The fishing area is known as the Blue Ridge, and it is a very safe place to fish, though the fishing area does require a boat.
Fishing off the Cape York Peninsula is generally off-limits, and is off-shore only.
Fishing on the west Coast of the state is restricted by a number of laws.
There may be times when fishing may be restricted to one or a few sites, but only if there is no immediate danger to the community.
For example, fishing may only be allowed to two sites, and if the two sites are in a protected area, the two fishing areas must be kept separate.
Fishing licences are required for South Sea Isle, New South Island, and Torres Strait fishing.
The licence for New South Islands and Torres Strait fishing is issued by the Department of Environment.
You’ll need a fishing licence for any activity off the South Coast, and you’ll be able to get one for all fishing off the island.
The Fisheries Minister for South Australia, Lisa Neville, said in a statement that South Australian fishing regulations are similar to New South Zealand and Western Australia fishing laws, which has