Rules of amateur and sport fishing 0/5
Test of the rules of amateur and sport fishing 0/1
Definition of terms
From this section you should remember:
- what are the types of water bodies?
- what are small boats?
- and what is the bief?
2.1. The terms used in these Fishing Rules have the following meanings:
- reservoirs – formed by nature or artificially created objects of the landscape or geological structures, where water concentrates (river, lake, sea, reservoir, canal, aquifer);
- internal reservoirs – lakes, rivers and their subordinate systems, reservoirs, rates, channels, as well as technical water objects;
- subordinate systems of reservoirs – non-transparent at the lowest level of water: ducts, estuaries, lakes and other reservoirs, including those temporarily filled with water during the spring flood period;
- Fishery waters are water objects that are used or can be used to grow and catch (extract) aquatic living resources or are important for
reproduction of their stocks;
- fishing water bodies of general use – water objects, where amateur and sports fishing are conducted on the conditions of general use of aquatic living resources without granting special permission for their use and without fixing these water objects by individuals;
- Fishery waters of special use – water objects, where amateur and sports fishing are carried out on the terms of granting a special permit for the use of water
living resources and with the fixation (or without such) of these water objects by individuals;
- aquatic living resources – a set of aquatic organisms, whose life is impossible without staying in the water.
- freshwater, marine, anadromous fish at all stages of development;
- marine mammals;
- water invertebrates, including mollusks, cephalopods, stomachs, and bivalves;
- crustaceans, worms, echinoderms, sponges, intestinal cavities, terrestrial invertebrates in the water stage of development, other aquatic animals;
- algae, higher aquatic plants;
- special use of aquatic living resources – all uses of aquatic living resources (except for amateur and sports fishing in reservoirs (areas) of general use), carried out with their removal from the natural environment;
- amateur and sport fishing – fishing of fish, extraction of water invertebrates in specially designated reservoirs for this purpose (in their areas) for the purpose of personal consumption (subject to compliance established rules of fishing and water use);
- industrial fishing – a kind of special use of aquatic living resources that are in a state of natural freedom, by their removal (catching, extraction, harvesting) from the natural environment in order to meet the needs of the population and the national economy;
- users of aquatic living resources – enterprises, institutions and organizations irrespective of the forms of ownership, as well as citizens of Ukraine, foreigners and stateless persons who use
aquatic living resources;
- permission for the right to conduct amateur and sport fishing – a document issued for payment by the authorities for the protection of fish for the right to exercise amateur and sport fishing for conditions of special use of aquatic living resources for specially designated waters for this purpose (their areas);
- natural reserve fund – land and water areas, natural complexes and objects of which have special environmental protection, scientific, aesthetic, recreational and other value, and are protected as national property, for which a special regime of protection, reproduction and use is established;
- the coastal protective strip is part of the water protection zone of the appropriate width along the river, the sea, around the reservoirs, on which a more strict regime of economic activity is established than on the rest of the water protection zone;
- pollutant – a substance that causes a deterioration in the quality of water;
- small-scale vessels – floating objects which are not subject to supervision of the classification society of the shipowner;
- reclamation – the seizure of a certain number of certain types of aquatic living resources for the purpose of quantitative and qualitative optimization of their composition and improvement of the status of water ecosystems;
- water transboundary – water objects that are located at the border or cross the borders of at least two countries;
- bief – a section of the river, located above or below the water-dam construction (dam).