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The Wester Ross Salmon Fishery District Designation Order 2003

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Article 2(1)

SCHEDULE 1DESCRIPTION OF DESIGNATED AREA

The area of the Wester Ross Salmon Fishery District shall be the areas of the following former salmon fishery districts–

1.Kennart(1)The sea coast, estuary and river between on the North, Ru Dunan Point and on the South, a Line drawn from the South east Point of Isle Martin to Ardmair Point.
2.UllapoolThe sea coast, estuary and river between on the North, a Line to be drawn from the South east Point of Isle Martin to Ardmair Point and on the South the Boundary between that Portion of the County of Cromarty and of the County of Ross.
3.BroomThe sea coast, estuary and river between on the North, the Boundary between that Portion of the County of Cromarty and of the County of Ross and on the South, Cailleach Head.
4.Little Broom(2)The sea coast, estuary and river between on the North, Cailleach Head and on the South, Statie Point(3).
5.Gruinard and Little GruinardThe sea coast, estuary and rivers between on the East, Statie Point(c) and on the West, Greenstone Point.
6EweThe sea coast, estuary and river between on the North, Greenstone Point and on the South, Ru Bane(4), opposite the North End of Longa Island.
7.Badachro and Kerry (in Gairloch)The sea coast, estuary and rivers between on the North, Ru Bane(d) and on the South, Ru Ruag(5).
8.TorridonThe sea coast, estuary and river between on the North, Ru Ruag(e) and on the South, the Mouth of the Burn at Camustrole near the South east Corner of Upper Loch Torridon.
9.BalgayThe sea coast, estuary and river between on the East, the Mouth of the Burn at Camustrole, near the South–east Corner of Upper Loch Torridon and on the West, Ru na Uag Point, at or near the Mouth of Lower Loch Torridon.
10.ApplecrossThe sea coast, estuary and river between on the North, Ru na Uag Point, at or near the Mouth of Loch Torridon and on the South, Skier Vore Point.

Article 3

SCHEDULE 2REGULATIONS APPLIED TO THE DISTRICT DESIGNATED BY THIS ORDER IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 2(2) OF THE SALMON ACT 1986

Regulations made under section 3 of the Salmon Act 1986

1.  The Salmon (Weekly Close Time) (Scotland) Regulations 1988(6).

2.  Part II of The Salmon (Definition of Methods of Net Fishing and Construction of Nets) (Scotland) Regulations 1992(7).

3.  The Salmon (Fish Passes and Screens) (Scotland) Regulations 1994(8).

Regulations made under the Salmon Fisheries (Scotland) Acts 1862 to 1868(9) as respects the matters specified in section 6(6) of the Salmon Fisheries (Scotland) Act 1862

4.  Byelaw made by the Commissioners appointed under the Salmon Fisheries (Scotland) Acts 1862 to 1868 dated 11th January and 19th April 1864 with respect to the due observance of the weekly close time(10).

5.  Byelaw made by the said Commissioners dated 18th April and 19th July 1865 with respect to the construction and use of cruives(11).

(1)

Now known as Kanaird.

(2)

Now known as Little Loch Broom.

(3)

Now known as Stattic Point.

(4)

Now known as Rubha Ban.

(5)

Now known as Red Point.

(6)

S.I. 1988/390.

(7)

S.I. 1992/1974 as amended by S.I. 1993/257 and 1994/111. Part II only of S.I. 1992/1974 was made under section 3 of the 1986 Act.

(8)

S.I. 1994/2524.

(9)

1862 c. 97, 1864 c. 118 and 1868 c. 123. These Acts (with exception of certain provisions of the 1868 Act) were repealed by the Salmon Act 1986 (c. 62), section 41 and Schedule 5.

(10)

Byelaw subsequently enacted at Schedule D to the Salmon Fisheries (Scotland) Act 1868 (c. 123) by section 10 of that Act. Schedule D was repealed by the Salmon Act 1986, section 41 and Schedule 5. Byelaw retained in effect by section 3(1) of the 1986 Act.

(11)

Byelaw subsequently enacted as Schedule F to the Salmon Fisheries (Scotland) Act 1868 by section 10 of that Act. Schedule F was repealed by the Salmon Act 1986, section 41 and Schedule 5. Byelaw retained in effect by section 3(1) of the 1986 Act.

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