10. (1) No person shall dispose of dead fish or any remains or offal of fish by leaving it in the water or on ice over the water.
(2) When gurry grounds have been designated or defined by an officer, a person who has in his possession dead or decaying fish or remnants thereof or other refuse from fishing shall place that fish, remnants or refuse in the gurry ground.
11. (1) No person shall construct a temporary crossing over any ice-covered stream, unless he
(a) uses snow or adds to the thickness of the ice by the use of snow or ice, or
(b) is authorized by an officer.
(2) [Revoked, SOR/93-59, s. 6]
- SOR/93-59, s. 6.
LOGGING AND GRAVEL REMOVAL
12. (1) Where, in the opinion of the Minister, the fishery in any waters would be harmed by any of the following operations:
(a) placing logs in or releasing logs into those waters,
(b) driving, towing or booming logs in those waters,
(c) removing gravel from or displacing gravel in any spawning grounds in those waters, or
(d) any similar operation,
he may authorize the placing of signs at appropriate places on the shore designating those waters as waters in respect of the fishery of which that operation is harmful.
(2) Where, pursuant to subsection (1), any waters have been designated in respect of any operation referred to therein, no person shall carry on any such operation in those waters.
13. (1) No person shall be issued a commercial licence to fish in the waters of Lac la Martre unless that person has resided continuously in the settlement of Lac la Martre for a period of not less than six months immediately preceding the day he applies for that licence.
(2) No person shall be issued a commercial licence to fish in the waters of Kakisa Lake unless that person has resided continuously in the settlement of Kakisa Lake for a period of not less than six months immediately preceding the day he applies for that licence.
14. [Revoked, SOR/93-59, s. 7]
14.1 (1) No person shall operate, for the purpose of commercial fishing on Great Slave Lake, a vessel or vehicle unless he is the holder of a valid commercial fishing licence and unless the vessel or vehicle has been registered by the Department for that purpose and a registration certificate bearing a registration number has been issued in respect of that vessel or vehicle.
(2) A Class A certificate may be issued only in respect of
(a) a vessel of more than 900 kg gross weight, when weighed with its attached mechanical equipment; or
(b) a vehicle of more than 900 kg gross weight.
(3) A Class B certificate may be issued in respect of vessels or vehicles other than those referred to in subsection (2).
(4) The holder of a certificate issued in respect of a vessel shall not permit the vessel to be operated in commercial fishing, unless the holder of a commercial fishing licence is on board.
(5) No person shall use a vehicle in fishing under subsection (1) unless the registration number issued under these Regulations in respect of that vehicle is painted on the vehicle or securely affixed to it by some other means and meets the requirements set out in subsection (5.1).
(5.1) A registration number referred to in subsection (5) shall be
(a) legible and unobstructed;
(b) in solid Arabic numerals of at least 15 cm in height that are without ornamentation;
(c) of a colour that contrasts with the background; and
(d) aligned horizontally.
(6) No person shall work on or fish from a vessel or vehicle engaged in commercial fishing on Great Slave Lake unless he is the holder of a commercial fishing licence or a helper’s licence.
(7) No person shall dump from a vehicle that is used in commercial fishing any fish that has been caught in accordance with these Regulations.
- SOR/79-485, s. 2;
- SOR/81-468, s. 1;
- SOR/93-59, s. 8.
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