How to fish the wild salmon in New Zealand’s ocean

New Zealanders are enjoying the first glimpse of the ocean that they can catch and eat wild salmon.

A year ago, the New Zealand government released its annual National Salmon Strategy, which called for an increase in the amount of commercial fishing in the country’s ocean, and called for a marine parks system to be established.

But this year, the government has made the move to tackle the issue of overfishing.

As part of the strategy, New Zealand introduced the first national ban on all commercial salmon harvesting, with all commercial catches to be managed by government bodies.

However, the move has had a significant impact on wild salmon populations, which have now been hit by a huge drop in the number of wild salmon that are being caught and released in New York and Washington.

We know that the decline of wild stocks is due to the overfishering, and there’s a huge amount of pressure on the environment that goes with that.

We know that when we get a big reduction in the numbers of wild fish, it’s actually good for the ecosystem.

In the last five years, there’s been a 50% increase in wild salmon being released in the United States.

The only way to reverse that is to manage them with a marine park system, which will help protect the environment and the fish.

The New Zealand Department of Conservation has announced it will work with the federal government to establish a marine conservation and sustainable fishing zone in the South Pacific.

It’s a new initiative that will allow the country to manage wild salmon as part of its national marine parks.

“It’s a significant step forward, but we know that it’s not going to solve the problem,” said Steve Young, an ecologist with the Natural History Museum and one of the experts involved in the plan.

The first marine conservation zone will be set up in the area known as the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, which covers the Pacific Ocean’s deepest part, around 2,200km from New Zealand.

It will be run by the Ministry of Primary Industries, and it will allow fishing in protected areas.

It will also be a safe place to fish for the first time in decades, and will provide a buffer zone to protect the wild populations.

The plan also allows for the commercial fishing of small fish, such as kiwi, for which the government says there is a limited supply of permits in the New England area.

There are currently 1,800 fish stocks in the reef, which is also home to some of the world’s best wild-caught kiwis.

“The plan gives us an opportunity to reduce fishing pressure and provide for a healthy, vibrant, sustainable ecosystem,” said New Zealand Minister for Conservation David Carter.

“We have a great fishery, and the New York Aquarium will continue to operate as normal.

The plan also has the added benefit of reducing the impact of over-fishing on wild stocks.”

Young, who has been working with the Ministry for Conservation on the plan for a number of years, said that while he is excited about the plan, there are a few things that need to be addressed.

“First of all, it is very difficult to capture wild salmon, and they are extremely hard to catch.

So the marine parks plan is great, but it has the potential to be a disaster in the wild,” he said.”

Secondly, we need a way to manage the catch in the marine park, so it will be more sustainable than it is now.”

If we don’t manage that, we’ll be fishing a huge, huge fish, and in the future we’ll have to start worrying about the fish we catch, which means we’ll start worrying and worry and worry again.

“Young said that despite the plan being a step forward and he believes that it will have a positive impact on the fish stocks, there is still a lot of work to be done.”

When we first announced it, we had a big target of capturing 10% of the New World’s wild salmon and this has gone down to around 5%.

That’s a massive drop in numbers and it’s been quite a challenge to maintain that target,” he explained.”

So there’s still a big amount of work that needs to be accomplished to manage that and manage it with the best of intentions, but with the same amount of effort we would be able to capture 20% of all New Zealand fish.

“There are a number other measures that the government plans to take to protect wild salmon stocks.

One of them is the introduction of a ban on the import of fish, which currently is legal in the UK and France.

The ban will be lifted on April 1, and is expected to increase the number and size of catch quotas in the region.”

As a result of the ban on fish imports, there will be an increase of fish catches from 10,000 tonnes in 2016-17 to 20,000 in 2019-20 and a further increase of 20,300