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Fishing Rule for the River Tornionjoki Fishing District

General provisions

- Purpose - Area of application - Protected districts
- Definitions - Fishing management fee - Allowable gear
- Prohibited gear and fishing methods - Structure and placement of the gear - Marking the gear
- Mesh size - Fishing season and closed seasons - Minimum sizes and release of fish
- Catch quota - Use of a boat in lure fishing - Authorities
- Regulations deviating from the Fishing Rule - Fishing licenses - Fishing exhibitions and fishing competitions
- Fishing for scientific purpose - Statement of the Transboundary River Commission - Supervision
- Application of general fisheries legislation

Section 1

Purpose

This Fishing Rule is an integral part of the Agreement between Finland and Sweden Concerning Transboundary Rivers.

Fishing is allowed if it is to be considered reasonable in terms of the conservation and sustainable exploitation of the fish stocks of the

River Tornionjoki fishing district in both Finland and Sweden. The objective is to create a reasonable and fair balance from the perspective

of the fish stock and exploitation between the fisheries interests in the area of application as a whole, with due account for reasonable

utilisation of the transboundary  rivers in a way that serves the interest of the whole frontier region.

The regulations of the Fishing Rule and decisions issued under this Rule may not lead to application of the Fishing Rule which is in conflict

with its purpose or in other respects with the international obligations of Finland and Sweden and, in particular,

with the common fisheries policy of the European Union.

 

Section 2

Area of application

The regulations of the Fishing Rule apply in the following water areas specified in Article 23 of the Transboundary River Agreement

(the River Tornionjoki fishing district):

a) the Rivers Könkämäeno and Muonionjoki and the part of the River Tornionjoki and

lakes in which the national frontier between Finland and Sweden runs (transboundary rivers):

b) watercourses which are tributaries of the transboundary rivers, but not watercourses

which flow into the transboundary rivers;

c) branches of the mouth of the River Tornionjoki; and

d) the part of the Bothnian Bay which is located on the northern side of and within the line

which is drawn from the Port of Haparanda to the north-easternmost point of Skomakaren,

easternmost point of Ylikari, northernmost point of Sarvenkataja and from there directly to

the east to the national frontier and from there to the south along the national frontier to the

municipal boundary between Tornio and Kemi and further to the north-east along the

municipal boundary to the mainland. The coordinates of these points which delimit the

fishing district are given in Annex 1.

In this Fishing Rule the river area means the part of the River Tornionjoki fishing district

which is located to the north of the river mouth, defined as a straight line drawn from the tip

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of the northern headland of Hellälä on the Finnish side to the tip of the headland of Virtakari

on the Swedish side, as well as on the northern side as a straight line drawn through Uksei

(Oxö) and southern tip of Palosaari. The sea area means the area of the fishing district which

is located to the south of these lines.

 

Section 3

Protected districts

In addition to the fish passage provided by law, there are closed districts in the sea area in the

water area of both states. These are composed of water areas which extend 200 metres to

both sides of the lines whose coordinates are given in Annex 1.

Fishing gear or other device may not be placed or used so that the movement of fish in the

protected district may be prevented or fish cannot access the protected district or move in it.

All kinds of fishing with a large bow net, gear equipped with a bottom as well as hook net

and other equipment intended for capturing salmon or trout is prohibited in the part of the sea

which borders on the river mouth and the line drawn from the southern shore of Salmenlahti

through Kraaseli and southern headlands of the Tirro islands across the north-west tip of

Sellö to the north-west headland of Pirkkiö.

Section 4

Definitions

In this Rule:

1) fixed gear means gear equipped with a leading fence such as a salmon bow net or large

bow net which is intended for use in the same location for at least two days;

2) a small bow net means a bow net weighted to the bottom with a diameter of the bow of

less than 1.0 metre and which in no part is higher than 1.5 metres;

3) an anchored gill net means a gill net which is lowered or anchored to the bottom or above

the bottom with anchors, weighs or with its own weight and which does not drift in water;

4) a drift net means a net which drifts in the stream;

5) a specific type of drift net "kulleverkko" or "kulle" means a seine attached to a boat;

6) a lure means an artificial plug, fly or other lure equipped with hooks which by its

movement, colour or shape attracts the fish to bite;

7) rod fishing gear means a rod, jig rod and similar movable equipment with a line and lure

or hook; and

8) natural bait means live or killed baits and scented products.

Section 5

Fishing management fee

In case where under the national legislation the fishing management fee is payable in the

country where fishing is practised, such a fee shall be paid in accordance with that

legislation.

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Where the fee is to be paid in accordance with subsection 1 when fishing in a boat using a

lure, such a fee also applies to the person who rows the boat.

Fishing equipment, fishing seasons and minimum sizes

Section 6

Allowable gear

In salmon and trout fishing the use of only the following gear is allowed:

1) fixed gear in the sea area;

2) drift net or "kulle" in the river area in fishing grounds in Annex 2;

3) rod and lure; and

4) scoop net "lippo" in fishing grounds in Annex 2.

In the fishing of species other than salmon and trout the use of only the following gear and

fishing methods is allowed:

1) fixed gear in the sea area;

2) drift net or "kulle" in the river area in fishing grounds in Annex 2;

3) anchored gill nets in the sea area and slowly flowing and quiet waters and lakes in the

river area;

4) burbot and pike hook and burbot bow net;

5) seine in the sea area;

6) scoop net "lippo" in fishing grounds in Annex 2;

7) crayfish trap "merta" and small bow net as well as fish trap "katiska";

8) rod and lure as well as jig; and

9) angling with natural bait except in rapids and streaming waters.

When fishing with rod fishing equipment no more than three lures per piece of equipment

may be used. When fishing with rod fishing equipment they must be within the fisher's reach

at all times.

In fishing grounds where a "kulle", drift net and scoop net "lippo" may be used in accordance

with Annex 2, the clearing of the fishing grounds for fishing is allowed to the extent required

for fishing.

In clearing under subsection 4 above no equipment for capturing fish may be used if the

intention is to capture fish with these during the clearing.

A person who intends to clear fishing grounds under subsection 4 shall notify in Finland the

Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment for Lapland and in

Sweden the local police of this no later than seven working days before starting this.

Section 7

Prohibited gear and fishing methods

Gear other than that listed in section 6 is prohibited. In addition, the following applies to the

fishing of all species.

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Fishing with a board with lines and lures for catching grayling (grayling trap) or a similar

fishing method is prohibited.

Use of firearms, poisonous or stupefying substances or electric current in fishing is

prohibited.

Fishing by means of rod fishing gear and hooks other than burbot or salmon hook whose

intention is to stick to the fish on the outside or there is an evident risk of this is prohibited. A

fish caught in a hook from outside the mouth must be immediately released back to the

water.

Fishing with a fish spear or other equipment which pierces the fish from the outside is

prohibited. The use of a lifting hook with a handle is, however, allowed to lift a fish caught in

another gear.

When fishing with anchored gill nets the use of flow protector, leading fence or other fixed

structure is prohibited.

Obstacles intended for scaring fish or preventing their movement may not be placed in or

above the water.

Prohibited fishing equipment may not be kept in the boat or otherwise at hand. The same

applies to gear which otherwise is allowed during the closed season. Transporting a firearm

to be used for hunting is, however, allowed. In the sea area transporting gear allowed under

section 6 is also allowed during the closed season. This is subject to the condition that the

gear is tied and packed.

Section 8

Structure and placement of the gear

When fishing species other than salmon and trout with a gill net only drift nets and anchored

gill nets may be used which are composed of single-line netting without a bag (halter) made

of a polyamide monofilament thread which may be no more than 0.20 millimetres thick. At

sea, however, thicker thread may be used in a gill net with a mesh size of no more than 40

millimetres.

A drift net may be no more than 120 metres long. A drift net "kulle" may be no more than

200 metres long.

An anchored gill net may be no more than 60 metres long. However, this does not apply to

fishing in the sea area between 1 August and 30 April. This also does not apply to fishing in

the sea area with anchored gill nets with a mesh size of no more than 40 millimetres. The

distance between the anchored gill nets must be at least 60 metres.

The mouth of a river lamprey trap "merta" may be no more than 16 centimetres in any

direction.

No metal thread, metal wire or the like may be used in fishing gear, except for a crayfish trap

"merta", scoop net "lippo" intended for capturing salmon and trout and fish trap "katiska".

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Fishing of species other than salmon and trout with a scoop net "lippo" in the river area is

allowed only by using a scoop net "lippo" made of a polyamide monofilament thread which

may be no more than 0.40 millimetres thick and netting with a mesh size of at least 80

millimetres.

Section 9

Marking the gear

Gear used for fishing shall be marked so that the marking shows clearly who the owner or

user of the gear is and his or her contact information. The marking shall be clearly visible

without having to lift the gear from water. No marking is required for rod fishing equipment

held in the hand or otherwise within the fisher's reach.

Section 10

Mesh size

In the river area the mesh size of the gear shall be:

1) when fishing salmon or trout with a drift net and "kulle" at least 100 millimetres;

2) when fishing species other than salmon and trout with a drift net and "kulle" at least 80

millimetres and no more than 100 millimetres;

3) when fishing with anchored gill nets at least 80 millimetres and no more than 100

millimetres;

4) when fishing with a small bow net no more than 80 millimetres.

In the sea area the mesh size of the gear shall be:

1) when fishing with fixed gear no more than 80 millimetres in the fish chamber; and

2) when fishing with anchored gill nets no more than 90 millimetres from the beginning of 1

May until the end of 31 July no more than 40 millimetres or at least 90 millimetres at other

times.

Section 11

Fishing season and closed seasons

Fishing of salmon and trout is prohibited, unless otherwise specified in this section.

All kinds of fishing in the river area are prohibited from the beginning of 15 September until

the end of 15 December except for fishing of river lamprey with a trap "merta".

Fishing of salmon and trout with rod fishing gear is allowed from the beginning of 1 June

until the end of 31 August. Such fishing of salmon and trout is, however, prohibited from

Sunday 19 o'clock Finnish time (18 o'clock Swedish time) until Monday 19 (18) o'clock.

Fishing of salmon and trout in the river area is allowed in fishing grounds in Annex 2:

1) with a scoop net "lippo" in the Midsummer Week from Monday 19 (18) o'clock until

Sunday 19 (18) o'clock, and

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2) with a drift net and "kulle" in the Midsummer Week from Tuesday until Thursday and in

the two weekends following Midsummer from Friday 19 (18) o'clock until the following

Sunday 19 (18) o'clock.

Fishing of species other than salmon and trout in the river area is allowed in fishing grounds

in Annex 2:

1) with a scoop net "lippo" only from Monday of the Midsummer Week 19 (18) o'clock until

the end of 14 September, and

2) with a drift net and "kulle" only from the beginning of 15 July until the end of 14

September.

In the sea area fishing of species other than salmon and trout with fixed gear is allowed from

the beginning of 11 June until the end of 31 October. Fishing of trout with fixed gear is

allowed from 17 June 12 o'clock until the end of 31 August. Fishing of salmon with fixed

gear is allowed from 17 June 12 o'clock until the end of 15 September.

Each Party may adopt by national regulations later starting days than those specified in

section 6 for different categories of fishers but in a way that commercial fishing or other

fishing with fixed gear starts no later than 29 June. Such national regulations may also

concern restrictions on the gear.

Pile driving and anchoring of fixed gear may be started before fishing is allowed. Setting of

leading fences other than those for capturing fish may be started no less than seven days

before fishing is allowed.

Section 12

Minimum sizes and release of fish

Capturing and killing a salmon or trout which is less than 50 centimetres long and grayling

which is less than 35 centimetres long is prohibited. The length is measured from the tip of

the chin to the tip of the tail which is stretched out straight and squeezed together.

Undersized fish shall be immediately lowered back to the water alive or dead.

Full-sized fish shall be lowered back to water alive or dead if it has been:

1) captured during the closed season; or

2) captured with a prohibited gear or prohibited fishing method; or it is

3) an overwintered salmon (kelt).

When fishing species other than salmon and trout with fixed gear before the fishing of

salmon and trout is allowed under section 11(6) all fish chambers shall be checked at least on

a daily basis and all salmons and trouts caught in them shall be released with care.

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Special regulations concerning rod and scoop net fishing

Section 13

Catch quota

When fishing with a rod and lure or scoop net "lippo" it is allowed to capture and take as

catch one salmon or trout per fisher per day.

Section 14

Use of a boat in lure fishing

Fishing of salmon and trout with rod fishing gear in an anchored boat may not disturb other

fishing.

When fishing in a boat with a lure the use of an engine is prohibited, except for the quiet

waters downstream from the bridge between Övertorneå in Sweden and Aavasaksa in

Finland. An engine may not be used within less than 200 from rapids. The prohibition in this

subsection does not apply to a person with impaired functional ability which makes it

difficult to use a boat without an engine.

In individual cases the Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment

for Lapland and Swedish Board of Fisheries (Fiskeriverket)2 may each separately decide

upon application to make derogations from a prohibition referred to in subsection 2 if there is

a special reason for this. The authorities shall notify each other of such permits.

Further provisions

Section 15

Authorities

As regards the management of fisheries in the fishing district and granting derogations from

the regulations of the Fishing Rule, the authorities referred to in Article 26 of the

Transboundary River Agreement are the Finnish Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry or

Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment for Lapland and the

Swedish Board of Fisheries (Fiskeriverket) or the Provincial Government of the province of

Norrbotten or the authorities which substitute for these. Further regulations concerning

fishing may be agreed by the Governments of Finland and Sweden or authorities designated

by them.

Section 16

Regulations deviating from the Fishing Rule

In accordance with the purpose referred to in section 1 of this Rule and national legislation of

each country, the Governments or authorities designated by them may by a joint agreement

2 From 2011 the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management (Havs- och vattenmyndigheten)

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deviate from the regulations of the Fishing Rule concerning fishing seasons, fishing methods,

allowable gear, number of gear or other technical rules as well as the fishing grounds in

Annex 2 if:

1) this is allowed by the status of the fish stocks; or

2) this is necessary for ensuring the conservation and sustainable exploitation of the fish

stocks.

The regulations may be limited to apply to a certain part of the fishing district or fishing

season or an individual fishing method. Regulations may be issued for a fixed period of one

fishing season at a time and, where necessary, they may be assessed and amended as

considered necessary for preserving the fish stocks in the River Tornionjoki fishing district.

The Governments or authorities designated by them review the allowable dates of starting the

fishing on an annual basis in accordance with section 11 and subsection 1 of this section and

agree jointly on any adjustments, taking account of the status of the fish stocks in the area.

The amendments are recorded to specific, jointly drafted minutes.

Negotiations on amending the regulations shall be launched at a time and conducted in a

manner which allows local stakeholders to be heard and conditions to exist for making the

decisions on the regulations no later than 1 April of the year when the regulations apply.

Section 17

Fishing licenses

The Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment for Lapland and the

Swedish Board of Fisheries (Fiskeriverket) or the party to which the authorities assign the

task may hand out fishing licenses where the right to salmon or trout fishing belongs to the

state. Such a license may also be required for a rower who actively participates in salmon and

trout fishing.

The authorities may agree with the other fishing right holders in the river area on a joint

fishing license. A joint fishing license entitles to fish within the area covered by the fishing

license independent of the national frontier. The authorities may issue regulations and

instructions relating to the sale of fishing licenses and accounts of the sales revenue as well

as supervise the sale of licenses by private parties.

Sales revenue produced by fishing licenses in a certain area belongs to the fishing right

holders in the area divided in accordance with their shares in the water area. A fishing right

based on the fishing right of the state or other special grounds whose value share is defined

by an agreement referred to in subsection 2 forms an exception to the above.

Returns from licenses handed out in a certain area are deposited in a joint bank account of

Finland and Sweden. After the holders of the fishing right have been given their share, the

authorities shall use the remaining share for supervision and research measures in the area.

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Section 18

Fishing exhibitions and fishing competitions

By derogation from the regulations of the Fishing Rule, the Centre for Economic

Development, Transport and the Environment for Lapland, Swedish Board of Fisheries

(Fiskeriverket) and Provincial Government of the province of Norrbotten may in individual

cases and after having agreed on the matter grant a permit for fishing in accordance with

guidelines agreed by the authorities in fishing exhibitions and fishing competitions. The

authority which grants the permit may in the permit conditions allow the demonstration of

traditional fishing methods that deviate from the regulations concerning gear in the Fishing

Rule in fishing exhibitions. The permit is granted by the authority of the country where the

activity takes place. Article 21 of the Transboundary River Agreement shall apply in

processing the matter.

Section 19

Fishing for scientific purpose

By derogation from the regulations of the Fishing Rule, the Centre for Economic

Development, Transport and the Environment for Lapland, Swedish Board of Fisheries

(Fiskeriverket) and Provincial Government of the province of Norrbotten may in individual

cases and after having agreed on the matter grant a permit for fishing for scientific purpose in

accordance with conditions agreed by the authorities. The permit is granted by the authority

of the country where the activity takes place. In addition, a permit from the holder of the

fishing right is needed. The authority of the other Party shall be notified of a permit granted

for scientific research. Article 21 of the Transboundary River Agreement shall apply in

processing the matter.

Section 20

Statement of the Transboundary River Commission

A statement of the Transboundary River Commission referred to in Article 11(3) of the

Transboundary River Agreement is not needed in cases where the responsible authority may

be considered to have necessary and sufficient competence in the matter.

Section 21

Supervision

Compliance with this Fishing Rule is supervised by the Centre for Economic Development,

Transport and Provincial Government of the province of Norrbotten as well as bodies which

under the legislation of each country supervise the fisheries. Each Party shall act so that

sufficient numbers of fisheries supervisors are appointed and the supervision is sufficient.

In addition, fisheries may be supervised by joint Finnish-Swedish supervision squads. In such

supervision the supervisors of the other country have the role of observers.

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Where necessary, the relevant law enforcement authorities and fisheries supervisors in

Finland and Sweden shall exchange information with each other.

Section 22

Application of general fisheries legislation

Unless specific regulations are laid down by this Rule, the fisheries legislation of each

country and provision issued under it apply.

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Annex 1. Area of application of the Fishing Rule and protected

districts at sea

Delimitation of the area of application at sea

The southern border of the area of application referred to in section 2(d) of the Fishing Rule runs as

straight lines through the following points. The points are given as three-digit numbers on the map

at the end of the Annex. The coordinates are based on the ETRS89 (WGS84) system.

No Lat Lon Explanatory note

ggmm.ddd ggmm.ddd

991 65 46.1562 23 53.8963 Breakwater at the Port of Haparanda

992 65 41.5757 24 00.1305 North-easternmost point of Skomakaren

993 65 39.5405 24 05.0768 Easternmost point of Ylikari

994 65 37.3485 24 08.3960 Northernmost point of Sarvenkataja

100 65 37.3484 24 09.7714 Point where the line to the eastern direction on the Swedish side

meets the national frontier

444 65 37.1570 24 09.6966 Point IV on the national frontier

101 65 36.7703 24 09.5888 Point where the boundary of the municipality of Tornio meets

the national frontier

189 65 41.1659 24 17.4295 Boundary stone 189 on Iso-Huituri, municipal boundary

437 65 46.0298 24 26.1716 Boundary stone 437 on Rajakari, where the boundaries of the

three municipalities meet

222 65 46.7880 24 26.9516 Boundary stone 2 on Koivuluoto

Protected districts

The protected districts referred to in section 3(1) of the Fishing Rule are composed of water areas

which extend 200 metres to both sides of the straight lines. The points of the lines are given as twodigit

numbers on the map at the end of the Annex. The lines continue outside the area of application

subject to the national jurisdictions.

a) From Kraaselikari (Kraaseligrundet) outside the mouth of the river from point 65°47,147’ N,

24°07,109’ O (no 10) to point 65°45,780’ N, 24°06,160’ O (no 11), from there to point 65°43,930’

N, 24°09,710’ O (no 12), from there to point 65°40,480’ N, 24°11,660´ O (no 13) and from there to

point 65°36,773’N, 24°09,594’ O (no 19),

b) From point 65°45,930’ N, 24°06,264’ O (no 20) of the line according to paragraph a to point

65°45,980’ N, 24°02,460’ O (no 21), from there to point 65°43,930’ N, 23°59,210’ O (no 22), from

there to point 65°41,930’ N, 24°01,410’ O (no 23) and from here to point 65°41,177’ N, 24°01,101’

O (no 29),

c) From point 65°43,930’ N, 23°59,210’ O (no 22) to point 65°43,162’ N, 23°57,977’ O (no 39),

d) From point 65°44,530’ N, 24°00,170’ O (no 40) of the line according to paragraph b to point

65°44,492’ N, 23°56,166’ O (no 49),

e) From point 65°43,930’ N, 24°09,710’ O (no 12) to point 65°43,880’ N, 24°13,860’ O (no 52)

and from there to point 65°40,726’ N, 24°16,642’ O (no 59),

f) From point 65°43,880’ N, 24°13,860’ O (no 52) to point 65°43,730’ N, 24°19,110’ O (no 62)

and from there to point 65°43,018’ N, 24°20,749’ O (no 69).

The points of the protected districts are given as a table below. The lines of the protected districts

outside the area of application have been included as additional information.

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No Lat Lon

ggmm.ddd ggmm.ddd

Line a)

10 65 47.147 24 07.109

11 65 45.780 24 06.160

12 65 43.930 24 09.710

13 65 40.480 24 11.660

19 65 36.773 24 09.594 a end point (= intersection point of the outer limit of the area

of application)

---

1 65 34.930 24 08.570 point showing direction a outside the area of application

Line b)

20 65 45.930 24 06.264

21 65 45.980 24 02.460

22 65 43.930 23 59.210

23 65 41.930 24 01.410

29 65 41.177 24 01.101 b end point

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24 65 35.930 23 58.960 b point outside the area of application

2 65 34.930 23 59.849 point showing direction b outside the area of application

Line c)

22 65 43.930 23 59.210

39 65 43.162 23 57.977 c end point

---

32 65 38.930 23 51.210 c point outside the area of application

33 65 37.930 23 50.360 c point outside the area of application

3 65 34.930 23 51.552 point showing direction c outside the area of application

Line d)

40 65 44.530 24 00.167

49 65 44.492 23 56.166 d end point

---

41 65 44.430 23 50.010 d point outside the area of application

42 65 43.530 23 48.210 d point outside the area of application

43 65 42.730 23 48.410 d point outside the area of application

44 65 41.330 23 46.560 d point outside the area of application

4 65 34.929 23 41.055 point showing direction d outside the area of application

Line e)

12 65 43.930 24 09.710

52 65 43.880 24 13.860

59 65 40.726 24 16.642 e end point

---

5 65 34.931 24 21.721 point showing direction e outside the area of application

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Line f)

52 65 43.880 24 13.860

62 65 43.730 24 19.110

69 65 43.018 24 20.749 f end point

---

63 65 42.230 24 22.560 f point outside the area of application

6 65 34.931 24 24.993 point showing direction f outside the area of application

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River Tornionjoki fishing district and protected districts

Explanatory note to the map

Southern border of the area of application as three-digit numbers 991, 992, 993, 994, 100, 444, 101,

189, 437, 222.

Points of the national frontier without numbers.

Centre lines of the protected districts as two-digit numbers.

Line a: 10, 11, 12, 13, 19.

Line b: 20, 21, 22, 23, 29.

Line c: 22, 39.

Line d: 40, 49.

Line e: 12, 52, 59.

Line f: 52, 62, 69.

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Annex 2. Fishing grounds

Scoop net "lippo"

Vaarankoski Vojakkala village Ylivojakkala fishing corporation

Kukkolankoski Kukkola village Kukkola fishing corporation

Kukkola powan fishing consortium

Matkakoski Korpikylä Korpikylä fishing corporation

Matkakoski powan fishing consortium

Vuennonkoski Vitsaniemi village Pekanpää fishing corporation

Vitsaniemi fishing association

Drift net and "kulle"

Mustasaari Karunki village Karunki fishing corporation/

Karunki heritage fishermen's cooperative

Karunki fishing association

Järviväylä Karunki village Karunki fishing corporation/

Karunki heritage fishermen's cooperative

Karunki fishing association

Matkakoski Korpikylä Korpikylä fishing corporation

Tuoheanlahti Korpikylä Korpikylä fishing corporation

Kultaniitty Pekanpää Pekanpää fishing corporation

Vitsaniemi fishing association

Pukulmi Kainuunkylä Kainuunkylä fishing corporation

Päkkilä-Hedenäset fishing association

Tulkkila Armassaari Armassaari fishing corporation

Laurinhieta Nuotioranta Nuotioranta fishing corporation

Luppio salmon fishing association

Karjosaari Alkkula Alkkula fishing corporation

Ruskola fishing association

Vasikkasaari Närkki-Tengeliö Närkki-Tengeliö fishing corporation

Hannukkala Närkki-Tengeliö Närkki-Tengeliö fishing corporation

Kauvosaari Kauliranta Kauliranta fishing corporation

Koulunapaja Kauliranta Kauliranta fishing corporation

Juoksenki Juoksenki village Juoksenki fishing corporation

Niemi-Saloniemi fishing corporation

Juoksengi Pia fishing corporation