Fishing

Reference: B/A/W35

Newspaper Cuttings of the Order regarding Fishing for the area of the Naval Commander of Northern France, with special regulations for fishermen on the Island of Jersey - permitting fishing from the port of St Helier only. Correspondence re. a request for fishing to take place in various bays around the Island, includes a list of fishermen.

Reference: B/A/W35/2

Date: September 21st 1940 - September 28th 1940

Correspondence re. the appointment of the Fishery Inspector to supervise the civilian section of the fishing industry, including the sale of fish and establishment of fish markets at Gorey and St Aubin.

Reference: B/A/W35/6

Date: May 2nd 1941 - May 17th 1941

Copy of the Guernsey Fish Rationing order to come into force on the 19/05/1941.

Reference: B/A/W35/7

Date: May 19th 1941 - May 21st 1941

Permission for Mr E.T. Smith of 3, Old Street, St Helier to fish from Elizabeth Castle Breakwater.

Reference: B/A/W35/8

Date: May 19th 1941 - May 26th 1941

Creation of a new fishing organisation for amateur and professional fishermen to fish for the benefit of the community. Order regarding Fishing in the Channel Islands, 05/07/1941. Lists of boats and crews with permits. Weekly returns of catches of fish from; Gorey, Rozel, La Rocque, St Aubin, and St Helier with amount allocated to the German Forces, 19/07/1941 - 05/12/1942.

Reference: B/A/W35/9

Date: June 17th 1941 - December 7th 1942

Permit to fish granted for Garnet Briard of 34 Ann Street, St Helier.

Reference: B/A/W35/10

Date: June 18th 1941 - June 21st 1941

Conservation of fish supplies by smoking, curing and pickling.

Reference: B/A/W35/11

Date: July 1st 1941 - July 5th 1941

Correspondence re. a petition from J Butel asking to be allowed to use States fishing gear, and for compensation for his boat.

Reference: B/A/W35/12

Date: July 21st 1941 - July 23rd 1941

Correspondence and memo relating to a conference concerning fishing, underlines importance of fish as part of the rationing system.

Reference: B/A/W35/13

Date: April 10th 1942 - April 14th 1942

Correspondence re. a petition from the fishermen of St Aubin, asking that they be allowed to moor their boats outside the 100 yards from St Aubins Harbour limit.

Reference: B/A/W35/14

Date: July 21st 1942 - August 12th 1942

Prohibition on sailing between Elizabeth Castle and the Esplanade for fishing boats.

Reference: B/A/W35/15

Date: September 7th 1942 - September 11th 1942

Closing of Rozel and Gorey Harbours. Weekly returns of fish caught at St Helier, Gorey, Rozel, St Aubin, and Bonne Nuit harbours, 05/09/1942 - 21/11/1942. Amount of fish caught at each of the above harbours from 04/05/1942 - 29/08/1942.

Reference: B/A/W35/16

Date: September 8th 1942 - December 4th 1942

Weekly returns of fish caught at Bonne Nuit, Gorey, Rozel, St Aubin, and St Helier harbours, 27/03/1943 - 17/03/1945. List of licensed Fishermen to fish for the civil population for the season 1945.

Reference: B/A/W35/17

Date: March 27th 1943 - May 4th 1945

Supplies of fishing tackle, eg. lines and hooks.

Reference: B/A/W35/18

Date: April 20th 1943 - July 28th 1944

Notification to fishermen that the strip of coast from Grosnez to Plemont is to be mined.

Reference: B/A/W35/19

Date: June 30th 1943 - July 3rd 1943

Correspondence re. fishing in 1944, includes: Supervision of fishing from the shore List of permit holders

Reference: B/A/W35/20

Date: March 30th 1944 - May 12th 1944

Copies of the Fishery Order for the district of the Marinebefehlshaber Kanalkueste.

Reference: B/A/W35/21

Date: September 24th 1942 - October 1st 1942

Correspondence re. supervision of fishing.

Reference: B/A/W35/22

Date: July 5th 1942 - July 5th 1942

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