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The Conservation of Salmon (Scotland) Regulations 2016

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PART 1

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1. Add
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between (1) to the north, Rubh’ an Lionaidh at Craignish Point (grid reference NR 7600 9892); and (2) to the south, Point of Knap (grid reference NR 6997 7202) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of the Sound of Jura.

2. Aline
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north-west, by the east end of Eilean na Beitheiche at Fuinary (grid reference NM 6233 4615); and to the south-east, Barony Point or Rubha an Ridire (grid reference NM 7325 3998) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of the Sound of Mull.

3. Alness
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the Cromarty Firth between to the south, Balconie Point (grid reference NH 6255 6528); and to the north, the slipway at Nigg Ferry (grid reference NH 7965 6875) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of the Cromarty Firth.

4. Annan
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the west, a point on the sea bank (grid reference NY 0513 6455), by a line due south (true) from the easternmost end of Eastpark Farm, by Caerlaverock; and to the east, a point on the coast (grid reference NY 3245 6632), by the east bank of the mouth of the River Sark (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of the Solway Firth.

5. Applecross
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Rubha na Fearn (grid reference NG 7202 6148), near the mouth of Loch Torridon; and to the south, the headland at Sgeir Mhor (grid reference NG 6991 3995) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of Inner Sound and north-westwards for 5 kilometres.

6. Arnisdale (in Loch Hourn)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, near An Gurraban (grid reference NG 7689 1487), due east from the north end of the Sandaig Islands; and to the south, Rubha Ard Slisneach (grid reference NG 7478 0915) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of the Sound of Sleat.

7. Awe
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea from the following points (“the outflow limits”):—

(i)

on the mainland, between to the north, Port Appin Ferry jetty (grid reference NM 9024 4540); and to the south, Rubh’ an Lionaidh at Craignish Point (grid reference NR 7600 9892); and

(ii)

on the south-east coast of the island of Lismore between, to the north-east, Sron na Craoibhe (grid reference NM 8903 4528), west of the mainland Port Appin Ferry jetty; and to the south-west, Rubha Fiart (grid reference NM 7842 3565);

But excluding all inland waters in those areas described in paragraphs 26 (Creran) and 80 (Nell, Feochan and Euchar (Loch Feochan)); and
(b)

all inland waters on the islands of Kerrera, Seil, Luing and Shuna and on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits and seaward from Kerrera, Seil, Luing and Shuna to the mid-lines of Loch Linnhe, the Firth of Lorne, the Sound of Luing and the Sound of Jura.

8. Aylort (Kinloch) (Ailort)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Rubh’ Arisaig (grid reference NM 6114 8471); and to the south, Rubha Ghead a’ Leighe (grid reference NM 6495 7794), the headland at Smirisary (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

9. Ayr
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, by the lighthouse on the point of Troon Harbour (grid reference NS 3079 3186); and to the south, a point on the coast (grid reference NS 3270 2040), by a line due west from Seafield House (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

10. Baa and Glencoilleadar
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea on the west coast of Mull between to the south, Fidden Point (grid reference NM 2940 2157), the headland at Eilean nam Bo in the Sound of Iona; and to the north, Ardmore Point (grid reference NM 4704 5921), at the north-west entrance of the Sound of Mull (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on the islands of Coll, Tiree and Iona and on any island lying to the west of Mull.

11. Badachro and Kerry (in Gairloch)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Rubha Ban (grid reference NG 7321 7979), north of Longa Island; and to the south, Red Point (grid reference NG 7215 6751) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

12. Balgay
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the east, west of the mouth of the burn at Camas Stroil (grid reference NG 8867 5438), near the south-east corner of Upper Loch Torridon; and to the west, Rubha na Fearn (grid reference NG 7202 6148), near the mouth of Loch Torridon (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of Loch Torridon.

13. Beauly
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the south, the south pier of Kessock Ferry (grid reference NH 6553 4724); and to the north, the north pier of Kessock Ferry (grid reference NH 6558 4786) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits in the Beauly Firth, west of the enclosing straight line between the Kessock Ferry piers.

14. Berriedale
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the south, Ord Point (grid reference ND 0615 1749); and to the north, a point on the coast south-east of Dunbeath Castle (grid reference ND 1582 2828) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres;

But excluding the inland waters described in paragraph 109, for Berriedale and Langwell Waters.
15. Bervie
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the south, the boundary between the parishes of Bervie and Benholm, near Gourdon (grid reference NO 8233 7042); and to the north, the boundary between the parishes of Dunnottar and Kineff, at Crawton (grid reference NO 8800 7967) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

16. Bladenoch (Bladnoch)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the west, the west bank of Gillespie Burn (grid reference NX 2495 5138); and to the east, the north bank of Bishop Burn (grid reference NX 4589 5869) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of Wigtown Bay and southwards for 5 kilometres;

But excluding the inland waters described in paragraph 114, for the River Bladnoch.
17. Broom
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, a point on the coast south of Corry Point (grid reference NH 1498 9200); and to the south, by the lighthouse at Cailleach Head (grid reference NG 9850 9855) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of Loch Broom and north-westwards for 5 kilometres, excluding the Summer Isles as described in paragraph 62(b) (Kirkaig).

18. Brora
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the south, Strathsteven Point (grid reference NC 8813 0143); and to the north, Lothbeg Point (grid reference NC 9598 0958) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

19. Carradale (in Cantyre)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the south, Rubha na Lice at Mull of Kintyre (grid reference NR 5893 0718); and to the north, Skipness Point (grid reference NR 9128 5736) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on Davar and Sanda Islands and on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-lines of Kilbrannan Sound and the Sound of Bute, and south-eastwards for 5 kilometres.

20. Carron
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Rubha na h-Airde (NG 8130 3753), at the mouth of Loch Kishorn; and to the south, Kyleakin Ferry (NG 7607 2711) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-lines of outer Loch Carron, Inner Sound and Kyle Akin.

21. Clayburn, Finnis-Bay, Aven-nan-geren, Strathgravat, North Lacastile, Scalladale and Mawrig (East Harris)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, near Mulhagery in Loch Seaforth (grid reference NB 1944 1176), the boundary between Lewis and Harris; and to the south, Renish Point or Rubha Reinis (grid reference NG 0451 8173) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on the island of Scalpay and on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of Loch Seaforth or Shiphoirt and south-eastwards for 5 kilometres, excluding Eilean Shiphoirt described in paragraph 25(b) (Creed or Stornoway and Laxay).

22. Clyde and Leven
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Strone Point (grid reference NS 1917 8048), on the north shore of Holy Loch; and to the south, Farland Head (grid reference NS 1781 4845) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-lines of the Firth of Clyde and Fairlie Roads;

But excluding the inland waters described in paragraph 110, for the Endrick Water.
23. Conon
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the south, South Sutors Stack (grid reference NH 8124 6704), on the south side of the Cromarty Firth; and to the north, Tarbat Ness (grid reference NH 9494 8778), on the south side of the Dornoch Firth (“the outflow limits”)

But excluding all inland waters described in paragraph 3 (Alness); and
(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of the Cromarty Firth and eastwards in the Moray Firth for 5 kilometres.

24. Cree
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the west, the north bank of Bishop Burn (grid reference NX 4589 5869); and to the east, Ringdoo Point (grid reference NX 5454 5133), south of Mossyard (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of Wigtown Bay.

25. Creed or Stornoway and Laxay
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea on the south-east coast of the Isle of Lewis, between to the north, Tiumpan Head or Rubha an t-Siumpain (grid reference NB 5716 3793); and to the south, near Mulhagery in Loch Seaforth (grid reference NB 1944 1176), the boundary between Lewis and Harris (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on Eilean Shiphoirt and on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of Loch Seaforth or Shiphoirt and south-eastwards for 5 kilometres.

26. Creran
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Airds Point (grid reference NM 9006 4380), the southernmost point of the mainland immediately north of Eriska Island; and to the south, Ardentiny (grid reference NM 8884 4186), the projecting point of the mainland nearest to the south-west point of Eriska Island (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on Eriska Island and on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits within Loch Creran, east of the enclosing line between those limits and the west side of Eriska Island.

27. Crowe and Shiel (Loch Duich) (Croe)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Eilean Donan Castle (grid reference NG 8824 2592); and to the south, Kylerhea Ferry (grid reference NG 7945 2132) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-lines of outer Loch Alsh and Kyle Rhea.

28. Dee (Aberdeenshire)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the south, the boundary between the parishes of Dunnottar and Kineff, at Crawton (grid reference NO 8800 7967); and to the north, the march stone dividing the coast fishings of the Dee and Don Rivers, at grid reference NJ 954 071, north of Footdee (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres;

But excluding the inland waters described in paragraph 116, for the River Dee (Aberdeenshire).
29. Dee (Kirkcudbright)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the west, a point on the coast (grid reference NX 5817 4877), by a straight line from the summit of Bar Hill to the most northernly point of Barlocco Island; and to the east, Airds Point (grid reference NX 8213 4840) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on the east side of Barlocco Island and on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

30. Deveron
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the east, Cairnbulg Point (grid reference NK 0358 6565); and to the west, Cowhythe Head (grid reference NJ 6144 6662) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

31. Don
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the south, the march stone dividing the coast fishings of the Dee and Don Rivers, at grid reference NJ 954 071, north of Footdee; and to the north, the northern boundary of the fishings of Menie at Drum Links (grid reference NJ 9993 2238) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

32. Doon
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, a point on the coast (grid reference NS 3270 2040), by a line due west from Seafield House; and to the south, Turnberry Point (grid reference NS 1948 0700) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

33. Drummachloy or Glenmore (Isle of Bute)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea from the islands of Bute, Inchmarnoch, Greater Cumbrae and Lesser Cumbrae, including the River Drummachloy or Glenmore at outflow (grid reference NS 0318 6648) on Bute; and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward from the islands described in paragraph (a) above to the mid-lines of the Sound of Bute, the Kyles of Bute, the Firth of Clyde and Fairlie Roads, and southwards for 5 kilometres.

34. Dunbeath
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the south, a point on the coast south-east of Dunbeath Castle (grid reference ND 1582 2828); and to the north, Stack of Ulbster (grid reference ND 3389 4170) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

35. Eckaig (Echaig)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the west, Strone Point (grid reference NS 0764 7144), in the Kyles of Bute; and to the east, Strone Point (grid reference NS 1917 8048), on the north shore of Holy Loch (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-lines of the Kyles of Bute and the Firth of Clyde.

36. Ewe
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Greenstone Point (grid reference NG 8572 9846); and to the south, Rubha Ban (grid reference NG 7321 7979), north of Longa Island (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

37. Fincastle, Meaveg, Ballanachist, South Lacastile, Borve and Obb (West Harris)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea from the following points (“the outflow limits”):—

(i)

on mainland Harris, between to the south, Renish Point or Rubha Reinis (grid reference NG 0451 8173); and to the north, a point on the coast at Greascleit (grid reference NA 9936 1376), the shortest distance from the south of the island of Scarp described in sub-paragraph (ii) below; and

(ii)

on the west of the island of Scarp, between to the north, near Sleitinis (grid reference NA 9716 1697), the most northerly point of the island; and to the south, Rubha na Glaodhaich (grid reference NA 9895 1384) on the south of the island; and

(b)

all inland waters on the islands of Taransay, Ensay, and Killegray and on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits south-westwards to the mid-line of the Sound of Harris and westwards for 5 kilometres;

But excluding the inland waters in the part of North Harris described in paragraph 113(b).
38. Findhorn
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the east, Cooper’s Ditch on Stotfield Links (grid reference NJ 2158 7100); and to the west, a point on the coast near Maviston (grid reference NH 9323 6022), by a line due north-west (true) from the summit of Macbeth’s Hillock; and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

39. Fleet (Kirkcudbright)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the west, Ringdoo Point (grid reference NX 5454 5133), south of Mossyard; and to the east, a point on the coast (grid reference NX 5817 4877), by a straight line from the summit of Bar Hill to the most northernly point of Barlocco Island (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on the west side of Barlocco Island and on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of Wigtown Bay and southwards for 5 kilometres.

40. Fleet (Sutherland)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the south, Embo Point (grid reference NH 8200 9216); and to the north, Strathsteven Point (grid reference NC 8813 0143) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

41. Forss
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the east, Brims Ness (grid reference ND 0410 7145); and to the west, Geodh Eisgiadh (grid reference NC 9194 6537) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

42. Forth
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the south, Reed Point near Cockburnspath (grid reference NT 7798 7208), the boundary between the local authority areas of East Lothian and Scottish Borders; and to the north, Fife Ness (grid reference NO 6377 0975) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres;

But excluding the inland waters described in paragraph 124, for the River Teith.
43. Fyne (Loch)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the west, Skipness Point (grid reference NR 9128 5736); and to the east, Ardlamont Point (grid reference NR 9920 6388) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits within Loch Fyne and to the mid-lines of Kilbrannan Sound and the Sound of Bute.

44. Girvan
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Turnberry Point (grid reference NS 1948 0700); and to the south, Bennane Head (grid reference NX 0908 8674) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

45. Glenelg
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Kylerhea Ferry (grid reference NG 7945 2132); and to the south, near An Gurraban (grid reference NG 7689 1487), due east from the north end of the Sandaig Islands (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of the Sound of Sleat.

46. Gour
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the south, a point near Gearradh (grid reference NM 9614 6077), 3.2 kilometres to the south-west of the River Gour, measured along the coast at high water mark from the eastmost point of the south bank of the River’s mouth; and to the north, Corran Ferry jetty (grid reference NN 0163 6372), on the west coast of Loch Linnhe (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of Loch Linnhe.

47. Greiss, Laxdale and Tong or Thunga (Gress)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea on the north-east coast of the Isle of Lewis, between to the north, Butt of Lewis or Rubha Robhanais (grid reference NB 5197 6651); and to the south, Tiumpan Head or Rubha an t-Siumpain (grid reference NB 5716 3793) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

48. Grudie or Dionard
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the east, Cave of Smoo (grid reference NC 4188 6717); and to the west, Cape Wrath (grid reference NC 2575 7494) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

49. Gruinard and Little Gruinard
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Stattic Point (grid reference NG 9734 9621); and to the south, Greenstone Point (grid reference NG 8572 9846) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres;

But excluding the inland waters described in paragraph 111, for the Little Gruinard River.
50. Halladale
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the east, Geodh Eisgiadh (grid reference NC 9194 6537); and to the west, Rubha na Cloiche (grid reference NC 8627 6682) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

51. Helmsdale
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the south, Lothbeg Point (grid reference NC 9598 0958); and to the north, Ord Point (grid reference ND 0615 1749) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

52. Hope and Polla or Strathbeg
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the east, the headland north of Sron an Daimh (grid reference NC 5714 6638); and to the west, Cave of Smoo (grid reference NC 4188 6717) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

53. Howmore
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea from the islands of South Uist, Benbecula, Barra, Eriskay and the islands south of Barra, including the Howmore River (grid reference NF 7546 3618) on South Uist; and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward from the islands described in paragraph (a) above for 5 kilometres, excepting northwards, to the low water channel at Oitir Mhor between Benbecula and Grimsay.

54. Inchard
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Cape Wrath (grid reference NC 2575 7494); and to the south, Ardmore Point (grid reference NC 1822 5145) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

55. Inner (in Jura)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea from the islands of Jura, Scarba, Lunga and the Garvellachs, including the River Inner or Abhainn na h-Uanaire (grid reference NR 4429 7140) on Jura; and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward from the islands described in paragraph (a) above to the mid-lines of the Firth of Lorne, the Sound of Luing, the Sound of Jura and the Sound of Islay, and north-westwards and south-eastwards from Jura for 5 kilometres.

56. Inver
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Point of Stoer (grid reference NC 0213 3559); and to the south, Kirkaig Point (grid reference NC 0589 2121) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

57. Iorsa (in Arran)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea from the islands of Arran, Pladda and Lamlash, or Holy Island, including the River Iorsa (grid reference NR 8832 3690) on Arran; and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward from the islands described in paragraph (a) above to the mid-lines of Kilbrannan Sound and the Sound of Bute, and eastwards and southwards for 5 kilometres.

58. Irvine and Garnock
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Farland Head (grid reference NS 1781 4845); and to the south, by the lighthouse on the point of Troon Harbour (grid reference NS 3079 3186) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

59. Kennart (Kanaird)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Rubha Dunan (grid reference NC 0185 0687); and to the south, Ardmair Point (grid reference NH 1073 9857) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on Isle Martin and Horse Island and on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of outer Loch Broom, north of a line drawn from the south-east point of Isle Martin to Ardmair Point, and south-westwards for 5 kilometres.

60. Kilchoan or Inverie (Loch Nevis)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Rubha Ard Slisneach (grid reference NG 7478 0915); and to the south, Rubha na h-Acairseid (grid reference NM 6756 9720), the headland north of Mallaig (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of the Sound of Sleat.

61. Kinloch (Kyle of Tongue)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the east, a point on the coast at the southern end of Lamigo Bay (grid reference NC 6512 6339); and to the west, the headland north of Sron an Daimh (grid reference NC 5714 6638) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of Lamigo Bay and northwards for 5 kilometres.

62. Kirkaig
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Kirkaig Point (grid reference NC 0589 2121); and to the south, Rubha Dunan (grid reference NC 0185 0687) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on the Summer Isles and on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

63. Kishorn
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, the headland at Sgeir Mhor (grid reference NG 6991 3995); and to the south, Rubha na h-Airde (grid reference NG 8130 3753), at the mouth of Loch Kishorn (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-lines of outer Loch Carron and Inner Sound.

64. Kyle of Sutherland
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the south-east, Tarbat Ness (grid reference NH 9494 8778); and to the north-west, Embo Point (grid reference NH 8200 9216) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres;

But excluding the inland waters described in paragraph 119, for the River Oykel.
65. Laggan and Sorn (in Islay)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea from the islands of Islay, Colonsay and Oronsay, including the River Laggan (grid reference NR 2933 5579) on Islay; and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward from the islands described in paragraph (a) above for 5 kilometres, excepting eastwards from Islay, to the mid-line of the Sound of Islay.

66. Laxford
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Ardmore Point (grid reference NC 1822 5145); and to the south, Point of Stoer (grid reference NC 0213 3559) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

67. Leven
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Corran Ferry jetty (grid reference NN 0210 6356), on the east coast of Loch Linnhe; and to the south, Rubha nam Moine (grid reference NM 9928 5792), the projecting point north-west of Ardsheal House (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of Loch Linnhe.

68. Little Broom (Little Loch Broom)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, by the lighthouse at Cailleach Head (grid reference NG 9850 9855); and to the south, Stattic Point (grid reference NG 9734 9621) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

69. Loch Long (Luingi and Elchaig)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north-west, Kyleakin Ferry (grid reference NG 7607 2711); and to the south-east, Eilean Donan Castle (grid reference NG 8824 2592) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-lines of Kyle Akin and outer Loch Alsh.

70. Loch Roag (Lewis), Rivers Blackwater, Grimersta and Morsgail
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea on the north-west coast of the Isle of Lewis, between to the south, Gob na h-airde Moire (grid reference NB 0136 1716); and to the north, Butt of Lewis or Rubha Robhanais (grid reference NB 5197 6651) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres;

But excluding the inland waters described in paragraph 112, for the Langavat.
71. Lochy
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea from the following points (“the outflow limits”):—

(i)

on the mainland, between to the west, Barony Point or Rubha an Ridire (grid reference NM 7325 3998); and to the east, Port Appin Ferry jetty (grid reference NM 9024 4540); and

(ii)

on the north-west coast of the island of Lismore between those points described in paragraph 7(a)(ii) (Awe);

But excluding—
(i)

on the north shore of Loch Linnhe, all inland waters described in paragraphs 89 (Sanda), 46 ( Gour ) and 90 (Scaddle); and

(ii)

on the south shore of Loch Linnhe, all inland waters described in paragraph 67 (Leven); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-lines of the Sound of Mull, Loch Linnhe and the Firth of Lorne.

72. Lossie
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the east, a point on the coast at Boar’s Head Rock, (grid reference NJ 2883 6773); and to the west, Cooper’s Ditch on Stotfield Links (grid reference NJ 2158 7100) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

73. Luce
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the west, Carrickcarlin Point (grid reference NX 1578 3027), by the lighthouse on the Mull of Galloway; and to the east, the west bank of Gillespie Burn (grid reference NX 2495 5138) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

74. Lussa (Mull) and River, Loch Uisk and Loch Buy
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea on the south coast of Mull between to the south-east, Duart Point (grid reference NM 7476 3544), at the entrance to the Sound of Mull; and to the south-west, Fidden Point (grid reference NM 2940 2157), the headland at Eilean nam Bo in the Sound of Iona to the south west of Mull; and

(b)

all inland waters on Erraid Island and on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits eastwards and westwards to the mid-lines of the Firth of Lorne and the Sound of Iona, and southwards for 5 kilometres.

75. Moidart
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea from the following outflow limits:—

(i)

to the north, near Aultigil (grid reference NM 6638 7438), on the north shore of Loch Moidart; and to the south, Sgeir Srath Luinga (grid reference NM 6665 7264), on the south shore of Loch Moidart;

(ii)

on the east side of Shona Beag on Eilean Shona, on the north (grid reference NM 6638 7421) and on the south (grid reference NM 6653 7315); and

(iii)

on the east side through the centre of Eilean na Gruagaig, on the north (grid reference NM 6652 7311) and on the south (grid reference NM 6657 7297); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward in Loch Moidart, east of the enclosing line drawn between those points in paragraph (a) above.

76. Morar
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Rubha na h-Acairseid (grid reference NM 6756 9720), the headland north of Mallaig; and to the south, Rubh’ Arisaig (grid reference NM 6114 8471) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

77. Mullanageren, Horasary and Loch-na-Ciste (North Uist)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea from the islands of North Uist, Pabbay, Berneray, Baleshare and Grimsay, including the River Mullanageren (grid reference NF 8437 7359) on North Uist; and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward from the islands described in paragraph (a) above northwards to the mid-line of the Sound of Harris, southwards to the low water channel at Oitir Mhor between Grimsay and Benbecula, and eastwards and westwards for 5 kilometres.

78. Nairn
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the east, a point on the coast near Maviston (grid reference NH 9323 6022), by a line due north-west (true) from the summit of Macbeth’s Hillock; and to the west, a point on the coast near Hilton of Delnies (grid reference NH 8473 5673), 4 kilometres due west from the outer end of the west pier of Nairn Harbour (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

79. Naver and Borgie
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the east, the headland north of Armadale (grid reference NC 7866 6562); and to the west, a point on the coast at the southern end of Lamigo Bay (grid reference NC 6512 6339) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of Lamigo Bay and northwards for 5 kilometres;

But excluding—
(i)

the inland waters described in paragraph 115, for the River Borgie; and

(ii)

the inland waters described in paragraph 118, for the River Naver.

80. Nell, Feochan and Euchar (Loch Feochan)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Minard Point (grid reference NM 8168 2359); and to the south, Clachan Bridge (grid reference NM 7853 1969), from the mainland over Seil Sound to Seil Island (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

81. Ness
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea from the following points (“the outflow limits”):—

(i)

on the south coast of the Moray Firth between to the east, a point on the coast near Hilton of Delnies (NH 8473 5673), 4 kilometres due west from the outer end of the west pier of Nairn Harbour; and to the west, the south pier of Kessock Ferry (NH 6553 4724); and

(ii)

on the north coast of the Moray Firth between to the south-west, the north pier of Kessock Ferry (NH 6558 4786); and to the north-east, South Sutors Stack (NH 8124 6704); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres, east of the straight line between the Kessock Ferry piers;

But excluding the inland waters described in paragraph 117, for the River Moriston.
82. Nith
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the west, the most projecting point of land by Blackneuk Craigs (grid reference NX 8828 5353), south-east of Whitehill between Portling Bay and Portowarren Bay; and to the east, a point on the sea bank (grid reference NY 0513 6455), by a line due south (true) from the easternmost end of Eastpark Farm, by Caerlaverock (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits south-eastwards to the mid-line of the Solway Firth and south-westwards for 5 kilometres.

83. North Esk
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the south, the march between the properties of Montrose and of Charlton (grid reference NO 7342 6086); and to the north, near Gourdon (grid reference NO 8233 7042), the boundary between the parishes of Bervie and Benholm (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

84. Orkney Islands
(a)

All inland waters that drain directly or indirectly into the sea from the islands of Mainland, Hoy, South Ronaldsay, Shapinsay, Stronsay, Rousay, Eday, Sanday and Westray, which together form the group of islands known as the Orkney Islands, around the location at (grid reference HY 3000 1500) on Mainland; and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward from the islands described in paragraph (a) above for 5 kilometres.

85. Ormsary (Loch Killisport), Loch Head River, and Stornoway (Mull)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Point of Knap (grid reference NR 6997 7202); and to the south, Rubha na Lice at Mull of Kintyre (grid reference NR 5893 0718) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on the island of Gigha and on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits and seaward from Gigha for 5 kilometres.

86. Pennygown or Glen Forsa and Aros
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea on the east coast of Mull, between the two extremities of the Sound of Mull, to the north-west, Ardmore Point (grid reference NM 4704 5921); and to the south-east, Duart Point (grid reference NM 7476 3544) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of the Sound of Mull.

87. Resort
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea from the following points (“the outflow limits”): —

(i)

on mainland Harris and Lewis, between to the south-west, a point on the coast of Harris at Greascleit (grid reference NA 9936 1376), the shortest distance from the south of the island of Scarp described in sub-paragraph (ii) below; and to the north-east, Gob na h-airde Moire (NB 0136 1716), on the Isle of Lewis; and

(ii)

on the east of the island of Scarp, between those points described in paragraph 37(a)(ii) (Fincastle); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres;

But excluding the inland waters in the part of North Harris described in paragraph 113(a).
88. Ruel or Daruel
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the west, Ardlamont Point (grid reference NR 9920 6388); and to the east, Strone Point (grid reference NS 0764 7144), in the Kyles of Bute (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of the Kyles of Bute.

89. Sanda
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the south and including, Allt na Criche (grid reference NM 9238 5667), the march burn forming the boundary between the properties of Ardgour and Kingairloch; and to the north, a point near Gearradh (grid reference NM 9614 6077), 3.2 kilometres to the south-west of the River Gour, measured along the coast at high water mark from the eastmost point of the south bank of the River’s mouth (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of Loch Linnhe.

90. Scaddle
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the south, Corran Ferry jetty (grid reference NN 0163 6372), on the west coast of Loch Linnhe; and to the north, a point (grid reference NN 0542 7043), 3.2 kilometres to the north-east of the mouth of the River Scaddle, measured along the coast at mean high water from Rubha na h-Airde, the most southerly point on the north bank of the mouth of the River (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of Loch Linnhe.

91. Shetland Islands
(a)

All inland waters that drain directly or indirectly into the sea from the islands of Mainland, Bressay, Whalsay, Yell, Fetlar, Unst, Foula and Fair Isle, which together form the group of islands known as the Shetland Islands, around the location at (grid reference HU 4000 5500) on Mainland (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward from the islands described in paragraph (a) above for 5 kilometres.

92. Shiel (Loch Shiel)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Rubha Ghead a’ Leighe (NM 6495 7794), the headland at Smirisary; and to the south, Sron Bheag (NM 4626 6224), in the Sound of Mull (“the outflow limits”);

But excluding all inland waters described in paragraph 75 (Moidart); and
(b)

all inland waters on the west sides of Eilean Shona and Eilean na Gruagaig, and on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of the Sound of Mull and westwards for 5 kilometres, west of the line in Loch Moidart described in paragraph 75 (Moidart).

93. Sligachan, Broadford and Portree
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea on the east and south coast of Skye between to the south, Point of Sleat (grid reference NM 5623 9904); and to the north, Aird Point or Rubha na h-Aiseig (grid reference NG 4399 7675) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on the islands of Rona, Raasay and Scalpay and on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits and seaward from Rona, Raasay and Scalpay, eastwards and south-eastwards to the mid-lines of Inner Sound, Kyle Akin, Loch Alsh, Kyle Rhea and the Sound of Sleat, and northwards and north-eastwards for 5 kilometres.

94. Small Isles
(a)

All inland waters that drain directly or indirectly into the sea from the islands of Canna, Sanday, Rum, Eigg and Muck, which together form the group of islands known as the Small Isles, around the location at (grid reference NM 3700 9800) on Rum (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward from the islands described in paragraph (a) above for 5 kilometres.

95. Snizort, Orley, Oze (Loch Bracadale) and Drynoch (Loch Harport)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea on the north and west coast of Skye between to the north, Aird Point or Rubha na h-Aiseig (grid reference NG 4399 7675); and to the south, Point of Sleat (grid reference NM 5623 9904) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on the island of Soay and on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

96. South Esk
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the south, Red Head (grid reference NO 7024 4738); and to the north, the march between the properties of Montrose and of Charlton (grid reference NO 7342 6086) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres;

But excluding the inland waters described in paragraph 120, for the River South Esk.
97. Spey
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the east, Cowhythe Head (grid reference NJ 6144 6662); and to the west, a point on the coast at Boar’s Head Rock, (grid reference NJ 2883 6773) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres;

But excluding the inland waters described in paragraph 121, for the River Spey.
98. Stinchar
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Bennane Head (grid reference NX 0908 8674); and to the south, Carrickcarlin Point (grid reference NX 1578 3027), by the lighthouse on the Mull of Galloway (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

99. Strathy
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the east, Rubha na Cloiche (grid reference NC 8627 6682); and to the west, the headland north of Armadale (grid reference NC 7866 6562) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

100. Sunart (Loch)
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north-west, Sron Bheag (grid reference NM 4626 6224), in the Sound of Mull; and to the south-east, by the east end of Eilean na Beitheiche at Fuinary (grid reference NM 6233 4615) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of the Sound of Mull.

101. Tay
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the south, Fife Ness (grid reference NO 6377 0975); and to the north, Red Head (grid reference NO 7024 4738) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres;

But excluding the inland waters described in paragraph 122, for the River Tay.
102. Thurso
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the east, Duncansby Head (grid reference ND 4057 7339); and to the west, Brims Ness (grid reference ND 0410 7145) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on the Island of Stroma and on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres;

But excluding the inland waters described in paragraph 123, for the River Thurso.
103. Torridon
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Red Point (grid reference NG 7215 6751); and to the south, west of the mouth of the burn at Camas Stroil (grid reference NG 8867 5438), near the south-east corner of Upper Loch Torridon (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of Loch Torridon and westwards for 5 kilometres.

104. Ugie
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the south, near Cave o’Meackie (grid reference NK 1248 4057), the boundary between the parishes of Peterhead and Cruden; and to the north, Cairnbulg Point (grid reference NK 0358 6565) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

105. Ullapool
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the north, Ardmair Point (grid reference NH 1073 9857); and to the south, a point on the coast near Corry Point (grid reference NH 1498 9200) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits to the mid-line of Loch Broom, south of a line drawn from the south-east point of Isle Martin to Ardmair Point.

106. Urr
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the west, Airds Point (grid reference NX 8213 4840); and to the east, the most projecting point of land by Blackneuk Craigs (grid reference NX 8828 5353), south-east of Whitehill between Portling Bay and Portowarren Bay (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

107. Wick
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the south, Stack of Ulbster (grid reference ND 3389 4170); and to the north, Duncansby Head (grid reference ND 4057 7339) (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

108. Ythan
(a)

All inland waters which drain directly or indirectly into the sea between to the south, the northern boundary of the fishings of Menie at Drum Links (grid reference NJ 9993 2238); and to the north, near Cave o’Meackie (grid reference NK 1248 4057), the boundary between the parishes of Peterhead and Cruden (“the outflow limits”); and

(b)

all inland waters on any island lying within that area of water extending seaward of the outflow limits for 5 kilometres.

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