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Gulf region convictions under the Fisheries Act
Name and Place of Residence Charge Information
(Section & Description)
Species Penalties, Forfeitures, Prohibitions or Orders Dates of Conviction
William Harvey
Pictou, NS
Maritime Provinces Fishery Regulations 9 – Jigging in inland waters. Trout $697.50 fine. 2016-09-30
Joseph Savoie
Truro, NS
Maritime Provinces Fishery Regulations 34 - Catching and retaining undersize clams. Bar clams $385.85 fine. 2016-09-30
Donald Albert
St-Simon, NB
Maritime Provinces Fishery Regulations 33 – Exceeded the daily bag limit. Soft-shell clams $200.00 fine. 2016-09-26
Michael Laybolt
Pictou, NS
Maritime Provinces Fishery Regulations 17(2) – Exceeded the bag limit of recreational caught fish. Quahogs $467.50 fine. 2016-09-23
Troy Cameron
Port Hood, NS
Atlantic Fishery Regulations 14(1)(a) - Fishing without a valid fisher’s registration card. Halibut $500.00 fine. 2016-09-20
Derrick Couture
Grande-Anse, NB
Atlantic Fishery Regulations 14(1)(a) - Fishing without a fisher’s registration card. Lobster $200.00 fine. 2016-09-20
Edward Hannigan
Pugwash, NS
Maritime Provinces Fishery Regulations 58 – Catching and retaining oysters less than 76mm in length. Oysters $353.65 fine. 2016-09-16
George MacKenzie
Pugwash, NS
Maritime Provinces Fishery Regulations 34 - Catching and retaining undersize clams. Bar clams $375.50 fine. 2016-09-16
Tony Roussel
LeGoulet, NB
Fishery (General) Regulation 22(7) – Contravene or fail to comply with a condition of license by fishing in a closed area. Snow crab $2,000.00 fine. 2016-09-13
Jean-Claude MacIntosh
St-Simon, NB
Fishery (General) Regulation 22(7) –
Contravene or fail to comply with a condition of license.

Atlantic Fishery Regulations 53(c)
In possession of crab parts.
Snow crab $1,000.00 fine for the first offence.
$500.00 fine for the second offence.

$1,500.00 fine in total.
2016-09-06
Glenn R. Sweeney
Souris, PEI
Fishery (General) Regulation 22(7) – Contravene or fail to comply with a condition of licence by being in possession of female lobster between 115mm and 129mm. Lobster $3,000.00 fine, plus forfeiture of catch valued at $4,744.89. 2016-09-01
Peter McEachern
McArras Brook, NS
Atlantic Fishery Regulations 59(3) – Buy, sell or have in possession female lobster with eggs attached.

Fishery (General) Regulations 22(7) - Contravene or fail to comply with a condition of the license.
Lobster Fines of $1,500.00 for each conviction payable by November 3.

$3,000.00 fine in total.
2016-08-31
Roddie Doucette
Malagash, NS
Fishery (General) Regulations 22(7) –Contravene or fail to comply with a condition of license by failing to identify catch. Bar clams $500.00 fine with 6 months to pay. 2016-08-31
Jamie Doucette
Malagash, NS
Fishery (General) Regulations 22(7) – Contravene or fail to comply with a condition of license by failing to identify catch. Bar clams $500.00 fine. 2016-08-29
Devan Boudreau
Sackville, NB
Maritime Provinces Fishery Regulations 34 - Catching and retaining undersize clams. Bar clams $500.00 fine. 2016-08-29
Michael Gibbons
Amherst, NS
Management of Contaminated Fisheries Regulations 3(2) – Fishing in closed area. Bar clams $500.00 fine with 9 months to pay. 2016-08-29
Bonnie Marks
Amherst, NS
Management of Contaminated Fisheries Regulations 3(2) – Fishing in closed area.

 
Bar clams $500.00 fine with 9 months to pay. 2016-08-29
Joseph (Joey) Robertson
Souris West, PEI
Fishery (General) Regulation 22(7) – Contravene or fail to comply with a condition of licence by being in possession of female lobster between 115mm and 129mm. Lobster $3,000.00 fine, plus forfeiture of catch valued at $2,453.21 2016-08-25
Gabriel Lapointe
Belledune, NB
Management of Contaminated Fisheries (General) Regulations 3(2) – Fishing in closed area. Bar clams $800.00 fine or 9 days with 90 days to pay. 2016-08-22
Gilles Mallet
Haut-Shippagan, NB
Maritime Provinces Fishery Regulations 57(a) – Fishing for oysters during a close time.

Fishery Act 62 –Obstruct or hinder a fishery officer, a fishery guardian or an inspector.
Oysters $500.00 fine for the first offence.
$300.00 fine for the second offence.

$800.00 fine in total.
2016-08-18
Shane Bond
Stellarton, NS
Maritime Provinces Fishery Regulations 9 and 107(1)(b) - Jigging in inland waters and exceeding bag limit. Trout $697.50 fine for the first offence.
$697.50 fine for the second offence.

$1,395.00 fine in total.
2016-08-17
Matthew Fulton
New Glasgow, NS
Maritime Provinces Fishery Regulations 34 - Catching and retaining undersize clams. Bar clams $367.45 fine. 2016-08-05