§188-34 Fishing in Honolulu harbor, Hilo harbor, restricted. (a) It is unlawful to take or kill fish by means of any draw, drag, or seine net in the waters of the harbor of Honolulu; provided that commercial marine licensees as defined in chapter 187A may take bait fish by means of any draw, drag, or seine net during periods scheduled by the harbor master.
(b) It is unlawful to take or kill fish by means of any net in the waters of that portion of the bay of Hilo bounded by the breakwater, a line from the outer end of the breakwater to Alealea Point, and the shoreline from Alealea Point to the inshore end of the breakwater; provided that commercial marine and pond operators with appropriate licenses issued by the department of land and natural resources may take bait fish or pua, or persons may use throw net, opae net, crab net, or nehu net not longer than fifty feet to take nehu for family consumption or bait purposes. [L 1911, c 38, §1; RL 1925, §769; RL 1935, §383; am L 1941, c 223, §1; RL 1945, §1230; RL 1955, §21-67; am L 1961, c 110, §1; HRS §188-34; am L 1981, c 85, §43; am L 1986, c 339, §11; am L 1987, c 131, §1; am L 2005, c 218, §1; am L 2006, c 241, §5; am L 2010, c 4, §1]
Law Journals and Reviews
Protecting Hawai‘i's Fisheries: Creating an Effective Regulatory Scheme to Sustain Hawai‘i's Fish Stocks. 29 UH L. Rev. 243.