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Newfoundland Regulation 1996


NEWFOUNDLAND REGULATION 100/96

NEWFOUNDLAND REGULATION 100/96

Open Season Big Game, Moose, Hunting Order,
Newfoundland, 1996‑97
under the
Wild Life Regulations, 1984

Under the authority of sections 31 and 90 of the Wild Life Regulations, 1984, I make the following Order.

Dated at St. John's, September 27, 1996.

Beaton Tulk
Minister of
Forest Resources and Agrifoods

ORDER

Analysis


        1.   Short title

        2.   Areas

        3.   Open seasons

        4.   Proof of sex

        5.   Bag limit

        6.   Identification


Short title

        1. This Order may be cited as the Open Season Big Game, Moose, Hunting Order, Newfoundland, 1996‑97.

Areas

        2. The Moose Management Areas are described as follows:

             (a)  Management Area I ‑ St. Anthony

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland commencing at the junction of the northern peninsula highway and the Viking Trail at Eddies Cove;

Then following a straight line to the closer point to the coastline of the Straits of Belle Isle;

Then following the coastline in a generally northeasterly direction to Cape Norman;

Then following the coastline of Pistolet Bay, Ha Ha Bay to Cape Onion;

Then following the coastline of Sacred Bay around Cape Ardoise, Cobbler Point, south around Goose Cape the northern shoreline of Hare Bay to Boiling Brook;

Then following a straight line in a generally northwesterly direction to a point on the Viking Trail opposite the access road to the St. Anthony Airport;

Then following the Viking Trail in a generally westerly direction to the point of commencement, excluding all offshore islands.

             (b)  Management Area 2 ‑ Portland Creek

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland beginning at a point lying northeast of Shallow Bay on the Gulf of St. Lawrence at the original low water mark that point having UTM co‑ordinates 444,942 metres east and 5,536,177 metres north;

Then following the coastline in a generally northeasterly direction to Eddies Cove West;

Then following a straight line in a generally southeasterly direction to a large pond on the headwaters of Soufflets River named Rocky Stent, UTM co‑ordinates 518,000 metres east and 5,596,750 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 512,823 metres east and 5,594,406 metres north;

Then following a straight line to 498,859 metres east and 5,586,620 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 493,838 metres east and 5,580,027 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 484,851 metres east and 5,564,824 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 474,730 metres east and 5,562,839 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 471,548 metres east and 5,559,765 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 476,223 metres east and 5,550,032 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 474,661 metres east and 554,853 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 464,624 metres east and 5,531,418 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 462,454 metres east and 5,531,331 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 461,359 metres east and 5,530,177 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 460,194 metres east and 5,531,447 metres north;

Then following a straight line to the point of commencement, excluding offshore islands.

             (c)  Management Area 3 ‑ Harbour Deep

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland beginning at UTM co‑ordinates 466,722 metres east and 5,513,207 metres north on the Gros Morne National Park boundary;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 461,187 metres east and 5,520,629 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 461,359 metres east and 5,530,177 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 462,454 metres east and 5,531,331 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 464,624 metres east and 5,531,418 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 474,661 metres east and 5,548,530 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 476,233 metres east and 5,550,032 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 471,547 metres east and 5,559,765 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 474,730 metres east and 5,562,839 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 474,730 metres east and 5,562,839 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 484,851 metres east and 5,564,824 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 493,838 metres east and 5,580,027 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 498,859 metres east and 5,586,620 metres north;

Then following UTM co‑ordinate 512,823 metres east and 559,440 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 518,412 metres east and 5,596,488 metres north;

Then following a straight line to a generally easterly direction to William Point;

Then following the coastline in a generally southerly direction to Great Coney;

Then following a straight line in a generally southwesterly direction to UTM co‑ordinates 466,722 metres east and 5,513,207 metres north on the boundary of the Gros Morne National Park, excluding 94 offshore island, but excluding Area 3A.

             (d)  Management Area 3A ‑ Harbour Deep

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland commencing at the western extremity of a pond on the Soufflets River where this point intersects Area 3 boundary, Harbour Deep, co‑ordinates north 5,594,700 metres and east 512,600 metres;

Then following a straight line in a generally southwesterly direction to a pond northeast of Lake Michel co‑ordinates north 5,571,600 metres and east 504,900 metres;

Then following a straight line in a generally southeastern direction to a pond on the Little Harbour Deep River co‑ordinates north 5,567,600 metres and east 509,700 metres;

Then following the northern shoreline of this pond and the northern bank of the Little Harbour Deep River to a main tributary co‑ordinates north 5,570,200 metres and east 519,400 metres;

Then following a straight line in a generally northeasterly direction to a pond on the Soufflets River co‑ordinates north 5,589,000 metres and east 528,400 metres;

Then following the southern shoreline of this pond and the southern bank of the Soufflets River to the point of commencement.

             (e)  Management Area 4 ‑ Taylors Brook

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by line beginning at a point on the Route 430 where the highway intersects with the Gros Morne Park boundary;

Then following the park boundary in an easterly direction to UTM co‑ordinates 5,471,100 metres north and 461,450 metres east;

Then following a straight line in a northeastern direction a distance of 11,200 metres to UTM co‑ordinates 5,481,400 metres north and 46,560 metres east;

Then following a straight line in a northwesterly direction a distance of 10,250 metres to UTM co‑ordinates 5,484,500 metres north 455,800 metres east;

Then following a straight line in a northerly direction a distance of 7,000 metres to UTM co‑ordinates 5,491,350 metres north and 465,900 metres east;

Then following a straight line in a northeasterly direction a distance of 6,500 metres to UTM co‑ordinates 549,750 metres north and 470,350 metres east;

Then following a straight line in a generally northwesterly direction a distance of 6,100 metres to UTM co‑ordinates 5,500,400 metres north and 466,350 metres east;

Then following a straight line in a northerly direction a distance of 12,750 metres to UTM co‑ordinates 5,513,200 metres north and 466,500 east;

Then following a straight line in an easterly direction of Great Coney Arm;

Then following the coastline of White Bay in first a southerly direction and then a northerly direction to Twelve Mile Point;

Then following a straight line to the northeastern end of Birchy Lake;

Then following the southeastern shoreline of Birchy Lake the eastern and southern shoreline of Sandy Lake and the eastern shoreline of Grand Lake to the Old Railway Bridge near Howley;

Then following the northern shoreline of Grand Lake to the western abutment of Main Dam on Junction Brook;

Then following the north bank of the Humber Canal and the Spillway to Route 1;

Then following Route 1 to its intersection with 430;

Then following Route 430 to the point of commencement, but excluding all offshore islands.

              (f)  Management Area 5 ‑ Trout River

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at UTM co‑ordinates 54,800 metres north and 418,750 metres east near Trout River;

Then following a straight line a distance of 2,000 metres to UTM co‑ordinates 5,481,200 metres north and 419,300 metres east;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 5,479,300 metres east and 419,900 metres east a distance of 1,800 metres;

Then following a straight line in a generally southwesterly direction to UTM co‑ordinates 547,890 metres north and 417,150 metres east a distance of 2,800 metres;

Then following a straight line in a generally southeasterly direction to UTM co‑ordinates 5,470,700 metres north and 425,750 metres east a distance of 11,300 metres;

Then following a straight line in a southerly direction to UTM co‑ordinates 5,462,850 metres north and 425,750 metres east a distance of 7,800 metres;

Then following a straight line in a southeasterly direction to UTM co‑ordinates 46,160 metres north and 427,700 metres east a distance 2,400 metres;

Then following a straight line in a southerly direction to UTM co‑ordinates 5,460,700 metres north and 428,250 metres east a distance of 1,050 metres;

Then following a straight line in a northeasterly direction to UTM co‑ordinates 5,473,850 metres north and 439,300 metres east a distance of 17,150 metres;

Then following a straight line in a southeastern direction to UTM co‑ordinates 5,472,750 metres north and 449,850 metres east a distance of 10,600 metres;

Then following a straight line in the same direction to a point on boundary line where it intersects with Route 430;

Then following Route 430 to its intersection with Route 1 to the Humber Canal Spillway Crossing;

Then following the southeast shoreline of Deer Lake and the Humber River and following the northern shore of the Bay of Islands to the point of commencement, but excluding all offshore islands.

             (g)  Management Area 6 ‑ Corner Brook

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the mouth of Humber River in Corner Brook;

Then following a straight line to the closest point on the Trans Canada Highway;

Then following the Trans Canada Highway in a generally southerly direction to where it crosses Southwest Brook;

Then following this brook at St. George's River, St. George's Bay, and the coastline in a generally northerly direction to the point of commencement, but excluding the Port au Port Peninsula and all off shore islands.

             (h)  Management Area 7 ‑ South Brook

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the Humber Canal Spillway crossing;

Then following the south bank of the Humber Canal to Main Dam;

Then following the northern shore of Grand Lake, the old railway bridge over Main Brook, new Howley, and the eastern shoreline of grand Lake to its southeastern extremity;

Then following the Camp 33 Road to the Trans Canada Highway;

Then following the Trans Canada Highway in a generally northerly direction to the mouth of Humber River;

Then following the southeastern bank of Humber River and the southeastern shoreline of Deer Lake to the point of commencement.

              (i)  Management Area 8 ‑ St. George's

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the mouth of Crabbes River;

Then following the coastline of St. George's Bay in a generally northerly direction to the mouth of the St. George's River;

Then following the north shore of St. George's River to the Trans Canada Highway;

Then following the Trans Canada Highway in a generally northerly direction Camp 33 Road;

Then following Camp 33 Road to the southwestern extremity of Grand Lake;

Then following the shoreline of Grand Lake to the outlet of Little Grand Lake Brook;

Then following a straight line to the western extremity of North Lake;

Then following a straight line to the western extremity of Dennis Pond;

Then following a straight line to the northwestern extremity of John Mary Pond;

Then following a straight line to the western extremity of Butt's Pond;

Then following a straight line to the northwest extremity of Hungry Grove Pond;

Then following the western shoreline of Hungry Grove Pond to its outlet;

Then following the stream draining Hungry Grove Pond to its junction with Crabbes River;

Then following the Northern Bank of Crabbes river to the point of commencement, but excluding all offshore islands, excluding Area 9A.

              (j)  Management Area 9 ‑ Anguille Mountains

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the mouth of Crabbes River in the district of St. George's;

Then following the Crabbes River to the Trans Canada Highway Bridge Crossing that river;

Then following that highway in a generally southwesterly direction to the bridge crossing South Branch River, the South Branch of the Grand Codroy River;

Then following the northern and/or western bank of this river and the Grand Codroy River to its mouth;

Then following the coastline in a generally northerly direction to the point of commencement, but excluding all offshore islands.

             (k)  Management Area 10 ‑ Port aux Basques

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the mouth of Grand Codroy River;

Then following the northern and/or western bank of this river to the bridge crossing South Branch River, the South Branch of the Grand Codroy River;

Then following the Trans Canada Highway in a generally northeasterly direction the Crabbes River;

Then following the northern bank of the Crabbes River in a generally southeasterly direction to the stream flowing out of Hungry Grove Pond;

Then following a straight line to North Bay, LaPoile Bay;

Then following the coastline in a generally westerly and then northerly direction to the point of commencement, but excluding all offshore islands.

              (l)  Management Area 11 ‑ Dashwoods

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at North Bay, LaPoile Bay;

Then following a straight line to the point where the stream flowing out of Hungry Grove Pond enters Crabbes River;

Then following the western bank of this stream and the western shoreline of Hungry Grove Pond to its northwestern extremity;

Then following a straight line to the western extremity of Butt's Pond;

Then following a straight line to the northwestern extremity of John Mary Pond;

Then following a straight line to the western extremity of Dennis Pond;

Then following a straight line to the western extremity of North Lake;

Then following a straight line to the mouth of Little Grand Lake Brook;

Then following the north bank of Little Grand Lake Brook and Little Grand Lake and Lewaseechjeech Brook in its northern tributary;

Then following this tributary to its headwaters pond;

Then following a straight line to the outlet of Lloyd's Lake;

Then following the southern shore of Lloyd's Lake and the south bank of Lloyd's River to King George IV Lake;

Then following the shoreline of King George IV Lake in, first, a southerly, then northerly, and then southerly direction again, to the southernmost end of King George IV Lake;

Then following a straight line to the point of commencement.

            (m)  Management Area 12 ‑ Buchans

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the outlet of Little Grand Lake Brook;

Then following the southeastern shore of Grand Lake to the mouth of Hinds Brook;

Then following Hinds Brook to Hinds Lake;

Then following the northern shore of Hinds Lake to the southeastern extremity of Hinds Lake;

Then following a straight line to the northwestern extremity of Buchans Lake;

Then following the western shoreline of Hinds Lake to Buchans Brook;

Then following Buchans Brook to its outlet in Red Indian Lake;

Then following the northern shoreline of Red Indian Lake in first an easterly direction and then in a southerly direction to the Exploits Dam;

Then following the southern shoreline of Red Indian Lake in a generally southwesterly direction to the mouth of Lloyd's River;

Then following Lloyd's River to the outlet of Lloyd's Lake;

Then following a straight line to the headwaters pond of the northern tributary of Lewaseechjeech Brook;

Then following this stream and the main stream of Lewaseechjeech Brook to Little Grand Lake;

Then following the northern shoreline of Little Grand Lake and Little Grand Lake Brook to the point of commencement.

Shoreline refers to high water mark.

             (n)  Management Area 13 ‑ Gaff Topsails

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the mouth of Hinds Brook in Grand Lake;

Then following the shoreline of Grand Lake, the Main Brook and southern shoreline Sandy Lake the Kitty's Brook;

Then following Kitty's Brook to a generally easterly direction to where Kitty's Brook crosses the old Canadian National Railway line;

Then following the old Canadian National Railway line to where the old Canadian National Railway line crosses Barney's Brook;

Then following a straight line to the northern extremity of Little Sandy Pond;

Then following the northern and eastern shore of Little Sandy Pond to South Brook;

Then following South Brook to a point approximately 16 kilometres west of the Trans Canada Highway;

Then following a straight line to the closest point off the Trans Canada Highway;

Then following the Trans Canada Highway to the Town of Badger;

Then following shortest straight line distance from the Trans Canada Highway to the south bank of the Exploits River;

Then following the south bank of the Exploits River to Exploits Dam;

Then following the shoreline of Red Indian Lake in first a generally northerly direction and then a westerly direction to the mouth of Buchans Brook;

Then following Buchans Brook, Buchans Lake;

Then following the shoreline of Buchans Lake in first a westerly and then northerly direction to its northern extremity;

Then following a straight line to Hinds Lake;

Then following the northern shore Hinds Lake and the north bank of Hinds Brook to the point of commencement.

Shoreline refers to water mark.

             (o)  Management Area 14 ‑ Baie Verte

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland lying generally north of a line beginning at the mouth of South Brook in Hall's Bay;

Then following the north bank of this brook to the Trans Canada Highway Bridge;

Then following the Trans Canada in a generally westerly direction to Birchy Lake;

Then following a straight line to the closest point of the northeastern end of Birchy Lake;

Then following a straight line to Twelve Mile Point in White Bay;

Then following the coastline of White Bay around the Baie Verte Peninsula to Green Bay and following the coastline of Green Bay and Notre Dame Bay to the point of commencement, but excluding all offshore islands.

             (p)  Management Area 15 ‑ Twin Lakes

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the mouth of South Brook in Hall's Bay;

Then following the coastline of Notre Dame Bay in a generally easterly direction to the mouth of Exploits River in the Bay of Exploits;

Then following the south bank of the Exploits River in a generally westerly direction to Badger;

Then following the Trans Canada Highway in a generally northerly direction to the point where it crosses South Brook at Hall's Bay;

Then following the western bank of South Brook to the point of commencement, but excluding all offshore islands, and excluding Area 15A.

             (q)  Management Area 15A ‑ Twin Lakes

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line commencing at the southwestern corner Askel Lake UTM co‑ordinates 5,462,375 metres north and 610,425 metres east;

Then following a straight line in a generally southern direction a distance of 10,750 metres to the intersection of woods road and a tributary of New Bay River, UTM co‑ordinates 5,451,575 metres north and 612,575 metres east;

Then following the tributary in a generally southern direction to the northwestern outlet of a pond UTM co‑ordinates 5,449,625 metres north and 612,750 metres east;

Then following the western shoreline of the pond to its southernmost point UTM co‑ordinates 5,447,150 metres north and 612,450 metres east;

Then following a straight line in a generally southeastern direction a distance of 17,750 metres to a bridge at the intersection of Northern Arm Brook and a woods road, the bridge having UTM co‑ordinates 5,445,200 metres north and 615,425 metres east;

Then following Northern Arm in a generally southwestern direction to the northeastern tip of a pond UTM co‑ordinates 5,438,575 metres north and 606,450 metres east;

Then following a straight line in a generally western direction, a distance of 10,500 metres to a point on a northernmost tip of a pond the point having UTM co‑ordinates 5,438,025 metres north and 596,425 metres east;

Then following a straight line in a generally western direction, a distance of 7,450 metres to a point on Barrens Pond where a tributary enters this southwestern corner of the pond;

Then following the southern then eastern shoreline of the pond to the point where a tributary flows out of this pond its northeastern tip;

Then following a straight line in a generally northeastern direction, a distance of 6,550 metres to the southernmost point of Frozen Ocean Lake UTM co‑ordinates 5,445,775 metres east and 592,725 metres east;

Then following a straight line in a generally northeastern direction, a distance of 18,250 metres to the southeasternmost point of a small pond, the point having UTM co‑ordinates most 5,461,100 metres north and 602,625 metres east;

Then following a straight line in a generally eastern direction to the point of commencement.

              (r)  Management Area 16 ‑ Sandy Badger

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the mouth of Noel Paul's Brook in the Exploits River;

Then following the south bank of the Exploits River to the mouth of Great Rattling Brook;

Then following the west bank of Great Rattling Brook to its first tributary;

Then following a straight line to the eastern extremity of Island Pond, southeast of Grand Falls;

Then following a straight line to the eastern extremity of Pistol Lake;

Then following a straight line to the pond on the headwaters of the South Great Rattling Brook;

Then following a straight line to the northern extremity of Gulp Pond;

Then following a straight line to the northern extremity of Island Pond, west of Crooked Lake;

Then following a straight line to the outlet of Noel Paul's Steady;

Then following Noel Paul's Brook to the point of commencement.

             (s)  Management Area 17 ‑ Millertown

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland beginning at the northeast extremity of Lloyds River;

Then following the shoreline of Lloyds River to Red Indian Lake;

Then following the eastern shoreline of Red Indian Lake to Exploits Dam;

Then following the south bank of the Exploits River to the mouth of Noel Paul's Brook;

Then following the western bank of Noel Paul's Brook to the outlet of Noel Paul's Steady;

Then following a straight line to the northern extremity of Island Pond;

Then following the eastern shoreline of Island Pond to its southern extremity;

Then following a straight line in a generally western direction to the southern extremity of Blizzard Pond;

Then following a straight line in a generally northwesterly direction to the northeastern extremity of Lloyds Lake;

Then following Lloyds River in a generally northeastern direction to the point of commencement.

Shoreline refers to high water mark.

              (t)  Management Area 18 ‑ Granite Lake

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the northeastern extremity of Lloyds Lake;

Then following a straight line to the southern extremity of Blizzard Pond;

Then following a straight line to the southern extremity of Island Pond;

Then following a straight line to the southern extremity of Cold Spring Pond;

Then following a straight line to the southern extremity of Wolf Lake;

Then following a straight line to the northern extremity of Top Pond;

Then following a straight line to the southern extremity of Buck Lake;

Then following a straight line to the closest point of the Burgeo Road;

Then following the Burgeo Road in a northerly direction to the bridge crossing Lloyds River;

Then following Lloyds River and Lloyds Lake to the point of commencement.

             (u)  Management Area 19 ‑ Grey River West

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line at the community of North Bay;

Then following a straight line to the southern extremity of King George IV Lake;

Then following the eastern shoreline of King George IV Lake to Lloyd's River;

Then following the southern bank of Lloyd's River to the southern abutment of the bridge on the Burgeo Road crossing Lloyd's River;

Then following the Burgeo Road in a generally southerly direction to the point where the road comes close to Buck Lake;

Then following a straight line in a generally easterly direction to the southwestern extremity of Buck Lake;

Then following a straight line to the northwestern extremity of Top Pond;

Then following a straight line in a generally easterly direction for a distance of approximately 16 kilometres to the western bank of White Bear River;

Then following the western bank of White Bear River in a generally southerly direction to White Bear Bay;

Then following the coastline in a generally westerly direction to the point of commencement, but excluding all offshore islands.

             (v)  Management Area 20 ‑ Round Pond

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the mouth of d'Espoir Brook in North Bay, Bay d'Espoir;

Then following a straight line to the southern extremity of cold Spring Pond;

Then following a straight line to the southern extremity of Island Pond, west of Crooked Lake;

Then following the shoreline of Island Pond to its northern extremity;

Then following a straight line in an easterly direction to the northern extremity of Gulp Pond;

Then following a straight line in an easterly direction to the pond on the headwaters of South Great Rattling Brook;

Then following a straight line in a southeasterly direction to the Northwest Gander River at the point where the river which runs out of Coy Pond enters it;

Then following the Northwest Gander River and Stormy Brook in a generally southwesterly direction to a pond on the headwaters on this brook;

Then following a straight line to the southwestern extremity of Matthew's Pond;

Then following a straight line to the southeastern arm of Long Pond Reservoir, the dam;

Then following the southeastern shoreline of Long Pond Reservoir to its southern extremity;

Then following Salmon River to its mouth in East Bay, Bay d'Espoir;

Then following the coastline to the point of commencement, but excluding all offshore islands.

            (w)  Management Area 21 ‑ Rattling Brook

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the eastern extremity of Island Pond;

Then following a straight line to the first western tributary of Great Rattling Brook;

Then following the west bank of Great Rattling Brook to its mouth in the Exploits River;

Then following the southern bank of the Exploits River and Bay of Exploits to the mouth of Rattling Brook;

Then following Rattling Brook to its outlet from Rattling Lake;

Then following a straight line to the mouth of the brook flowing into Rattling Lake from Lewis Pond;

Then following the eastern shoreline of this water course to its outlet from Little Dowd Pond;

Then following a straight line to the mouth of Great Gull River on the Northwest Gander River;

Then following the south bank of the Northwest Gander River to the mouth of a river which runs out of Coy Pond;

Then following a straight line in a westerly direction to a pond on the headwaters of South Great Rattling Brook;

Then following a straight line in a northwesterly direction to Pistol Lake;

Then following a straight line to the point of commencement.

             (x)  Management Area 22 ‑ Lewisporte

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the eastern abutment of the Trans Canada Highway Bridge crossing Rattling Brook;

Then following the eastern bank of Rattling Brook to the Bay of Exploits;

Then following the Bay of Exploits and Gander Bay to the mouth of the Gander River;

Then following the eastern bank of the Gander River to the old Canadian National Railway Bridge crossing the Gander River near Glenwood;

Then following the main line of the railway for approximately 1.6 kilometres west to the intersection with the transmission line;

Then following the transmission line in a generally westerly direction to the brook from Little Dowd Pond, to Lewis Pond;

Then following the eastern shoreline of this water source to its mouth on Rattling Lake;

Then following a straight line in a generally northerly direction to the outlet of Rattling Brook from Rattling Lake;

Then following Rattling Brook to the point of commencement, but excluding all offshore islands, except Thwart, Chapel, New World, Upper Black, Farmers, Coal All, Dunnage, Birchy and Sivier Islands, which are included in this management area.

Excluding Area 22A.

             (y)  Management Area 22A ‑ Lewisporte

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the eastern abutment of the Trans Canada Highway bridge crossing Rattling Brook;

Then following the eastern bank of Rattling Brook to the bridge crossing Route 351;

Then following Route 351 in an easterly direction past Norris Arm following the southeastern road to its intersection with the Trans Canada Highway;

Then following the Trans Canada Highway to the bridge crossing the Gander River;

Then following the west bank of the Gander River to the railway bridge crossing the Gander River near Glenwood;

Then following the old Canadian National Railway for approximately 1.5 kilometres west to the intersection with the transmission line;

Then following the transmission line in a generally westerly direction to the brook from Little Dowd Pond to Lewis Pond;

Then following the eastern shoreline of this water course to its mouth on Rattling Lake;

Then following a straight line in a generally northerly direction to the outlet of Rattling Brook from Rattling Lake;

Then following Rattling Brook to the point of commencement.

             (z)  Management Area 23 ‑ Bonavista North

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the mouth of Gambo Brook in Freshwater Bay, Bonavista Bay;

Then following the western bank of the Gambo River to the Trans Canada Highway;

Then following the Trans Canada Highway in a generally westerly direction to the eastern end of Gander Lake;

Then following a straight line to the closest point of Gander Lake;

Then following a line equidistant from the northern and southern shorelines of Gander Lake to the point having coordinates 48° 55' north and 54° 55' west;

Then turning in a generally northerly direction to follow a line equidistant from the eastern and western shorelines of Gander Lake and the eastern and western banks of the Gander River to the centre of the old railway bridge crossing the Gander River;

Then following the railway line to the eastern bank of the Gander River;

Then following the eastern bank of the Gander River to its mouth in Gander Bay;

Then following the eastern coastline of Gander Bay, the coastline of Hamilton Sound and the coastline of Notre Dame Bay in a generally easterly direction to Cape Freels;

Then following the coastline of Bonavista Bay in a generally southerly direction to the point of commencement but excluding all offshore islands and the Gander Airport;

For the purpose of this paragraph, the Gander Airport is described as follows:

All that parcel of land starting at a point to the southwest of Whitman's Pond UTM co‑ordinates 675,531 metres east 5,428,118 metres north;

Then following a clockwise direction to UTM co‑ordinates 678,737 metres east and 5,428,215 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 682,486 metres east and 5,428,970 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 682,835 metres east and 5,427,585 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 682,990 metres east and 5,424,713 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 683,156 metres east and 5,421,265 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 682,014 metres east and 5,422,530 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 681,639 metres east and 5,423,419 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 680,325 metres east and 5,424,051 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 680,724 metres east and 5,419,714 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 681,226 metres east and 5,420,118 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 681,255 metres east and 5,417,360 metres north;

Then following the northern shoreline of Gander Lake to UTM co‑ordinates 675,566 metres east and 5,422,746 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 675,593 metres east and 5,423,543 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 675,567 metres east and 5,426,016 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 675,514 metres east and 5,426,355 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 674,900 metres east and 5,427,597 metres north;

Then following a straight line to UTM co‑ordinates 675,475 metres east and 5,427,857 metres north;

Then following a straight line to the point of commencement.

           (aa)  Management Area 24 ‑ Northwest Gander

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the northern extremity of Little Dowd Pond;

Then following a small brook in a generally northeasterly direction to the closest point of the Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro's transmission line;

Then following the transmission line in a generally easterly direction to its intersection with the Canadian National Railway line approximately 1.6 kilometres west of Glenwood;

Then following the railway line to the centre of the railway bridge crossing the Gander River at Glenwood;

Then following a line equidistant from the eastern and western banks of the Gander River and the eastern and western shoreline of Gander Lake to the point having coordinates 48° 55” north latitude and 54° 55” west longitude;

Then following a straight line to the eastern bank of the mouth of the Southwest Gander River;

Then following the eastern bank of the Southwest Gander River to the mouth of Dennis Brook;

Then following a straight line to the mouth of Gull River in the Northwest Gander River;

Then following a straight line to the point of commencement.

          (bb)  Management Area 25 ‑ Bay D'Espoir

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the mouth of Salmon River, East Bay, Bay D'Espoir;

Then following this river in a northerly direction to the southern extremity of Long Pond Reservoir;

Then following the southeastern shoreline of Long Pond Reservoir to its southeastern arm of Long Pond Reservoir, dam;

Then following a straight line to the southwestern extremity of Matthew's Pond;

Then following a straight line to the headwaters of a pond on Stormy Brook;

Then following this brook which runs out of Coy Pond;

Then following the south bank of the northwest Gander River to Great Gull River;

Then following Great Gull River to the northern extremity of Great Gull Lake;

Then following the eastern shoreline of Great Gull Lake to its southern extremity;

Then following a straight line to a point on the western bank of the Bay du Nord River approximately 5.5 kilometres north of Anmalijek Lake;

Then following the western bank of the Bay du Nord River to Anmalijek Lake;

Then following the western shoreline of Anmalijek Lake to its southwestern extremity;

Then following a straight line to the northeastern extremity of Train Hill Pond;

Then following a straight line to Smokey Falls on the Bay du Nord River;

Then following the western bank of the Bay du Nord River to its mouth in Belle Bay, Fortune Bay;

Then following the coastline of Belle Bay, Great Bay, Connaigre Bay, Hermitage Bay and Bay d'Espoir to the point of commencement, but excluding all offshore islands.

           (cc)  Management Area 26 ‑ Jubilee Lake

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the west bank of the mouth of the Bay du Nord River in Belle Bay, Fortune Bay;

Then following the west bank of the Bay du Nord River to Smokey Falls;

Then following a straight line to northeastern extremity of Train Hill Pond;

Then following a straight line to the southwestern extremity of Anmalijek Lake;

Then following the western shoreline of Anmalijek Lake to the point where the Bay du Nord River enters it;

Then following the western bank of the Bay du Nord River to the point where its second tributary enters from the east, approximately 5.5 kilometres north of Anmalijek Lake;

Then following a straight line to the southern extremity of Great Gull Lake;

Then following a straight line to Mt. Sylvester;

Then following a straight line to the northwestern extremity of Norseman's Pond;

Then following the shoreline of Norseman's Pond to the southeastern extremity of that pond;

Then following a straight line to Friar Head, Fortune Bay;

Then following the coastline in a generally westerly direction the coastline of Fortune Bay to the point of commencement, but excluding all offshore islands.

          (dd)  Management Area 27 ‑ Terra Nova

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the mouth of Great Gull Lake on the northwest Gander River;

Then following a straight line to the mouth of Dennis Brook on the southwest Gander River;

Then following a straight line to the western extremity of the pond at the headwaters of Riverhead Brook;

Then following the northern shoreline of this pond to its outlet;

Then following the northern bank of Riverhead Brook at the mouth of Gambo Pond;

Then following the southern shoreline of Gambo Pond to the second tributary of Parsons Pond Brook to where it enters Gambo Pond;

Then following the west shore of Parsons Pond Brook to its outlet from Parsons Pond;

Then following a straight line to the western extremity of Maccles Lake;

Then following the southern shoreline of Maccles Lake in a generally easterly direction to the mouth of a small stream flowing into the eastern end of the lake at Miller's Angle at an approximate location of 48° 36” 36' north latitude and 54° 07” 30' west longitude;

Then following up stream the bank of that stream to its intersection with the Canadian National Railbed;

Then following the railbed in a generally southerly direction to the intersection with Salmon River;

Then following upstream the west bank of Salmon River to Salmon Pond;

Then following the western shoreline of Salmon Pond to the stream outlet at its southwestern extremity;

Then following this tributary upstream in a generally southwesterly direction to the most northwesterly point of a small pond at a stream outlet located at 48° 19” 07', north latitude and 54° 22” 30', west longtitude;

Then following upstream to Saddle Pond;

Then following the southern shoreline of Saddle Pond to its eastern extremity;

Then following in a straight line in a generally southwesterly direction to the western extremity of Norsmans Pond;

Then following a straight line to Mount Sylvester;

Then following a straight line to the southern extremity of Great Gull Lake;

Then following the eastern shoreline of Great Gull Lake to its outlet in Great Gull River;

Then following Great Gull River to the point of commencement.

           (ee)  Management Area 28 ‑ Black River

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at Friar Head in Fortune Bay;

Then following a straight line to the southeastern end of Norseman's Pond;

Then following the western shoreline of Norseman's Pond to its northwestern extremity;

Then following a straight line in a generally northeasterly direction to the easternmost extremity of Saddle Pond;

Then following the south shoreline of Saddle Pond in a westerly direction to the stream outlet of Saddle Pond;

Then following Saddle Pond Brook to its outlet into Salmon Brook;

Then following the west bank of a small steady on Salmon Brook to a stream outlet located at 48° 19” 07' north latitude and 54° 22” 30' west longtitude;

Then following the west bank of the steady and its drainage in a generally northeast direction to Salmon Pond;

Then following the west bank of Salmon Pond and Salmon River in a generally northeasterly direction to the intersection with the Canadian National Railbed;

Then following the railbed in a generally northerly direction to a small stream flowing into the eastern end of Maccle's Lake at Miller's Angle at the approximate location of 48° 36” 40' north latitude and 54° 07” 18' west longtitude;

Then following downstream the eastern bank of that stream to Maccle's Lake;

Then following the southern shoreline of Maccle's Lake in a generally westerly direction to the western extremity of that lake;

Then following a straight line to the outlet of Parsons Pond;

Then following the eastern bank of this brook to its mouth in Gambo Pond;

Then following the southern shoreline of Gambo Pond and the southern shoreline of Gambo River to its mouth in Freshwater Bay, Bonavista Bay;

Then following the coastline of Bonavista Bay to the mouth of Southwest River, Port Blandford;

Then following the western bank of the Southwest River to the Trans Canada Highway;

Then following the Trans Canada Highway in a generally southerly direction to its intersection with the road to Come‑by‑Chance;

Then following the coastline of Placentia Bay to the mouth of Pipers Hole River;

Then following the western bank of Pipers Hole River to the Burin Peninsula Highway;

Then following this highway and Route 211 to Terrenceville;

Then following the coastline of Fortune Bay to the point of commencement; excluding offshore islands.

            (ff)  Management Area 29 ‑ Bonavista Peninsula

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the Trans Canada Highway Bridge crossing Southwest River, Port Blandford;

Then following the western bank of Southwest River to its mouth in Clode Sound;

Then following the coastline of Bonavista Bay and Trinity Bay to the community of Sunnyside;

Then following the Sunnyside Access Road to its intersection with the Trans Canada Highway;

Then following the Trans Canada Highway in a generally northwesterly direction to the point of commencement, but excluding all offshore island, and excluding Area 47, Random Island, as described in paragraph (xx).

          (gg)  Management Area 30 ‑ Burin Peninsula Knee

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the western abutment of the bridge on Route 210 crossing Piper's Hole River;

Then following the western bank of Piper's Hole River to the coastline;

Then following the coastline of Placentia Bay in a generally southwesterly direction to Mortier Bay;

Then following the coastline of Mortier Bay and Southwest Arm in a generally westerly direction to the point where Route 210 crosses Southwest Arm;

Then following Route 210 and Route 213 in a generally northwesterly direction to Garnish;

Then following the shortest straight line distance of the coastline to Fortune Bay;

Then following the coastline of Fortune Bay in a generally northeasterly direction to Terrenceville;

Then following Routes 211 and 210 to the point of commencement, but excluding all offshore islands.

          (hh)  Management Area 31 ‑ Placentia

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at Long Harbour;

Then following the Long Harbour Road, Route 202, to the intersection with the Trans Canada Highway;

Then following the Chapel Arm Highway to Chapel Arm;

Then following the coastline of Chapel Arm, Spread Eagle Bay, Dildo Bay, to Dildo South;

Then following the highway, Route 80 in a generally southerly direction to Whitbourne;

Then following the Markland Road, Route 81, to Colinet;

Then following the Argentia Road, Route 91, in a generally westerly direction to Southeast Arm and Placentia Bay in a generally northerly direction to the point of commencement, but excluding the entire area of the U.S. Naval Facility of Argentia and all offshore islands.

For the purpose of this section, the U.S. Naval Facility of Argentia is described as follows:

All that area of the Avalon Peninsula beginning at a point on the south shoreline of Placentia Sound, near its easterly extremity, that point being a bronze disc set concrete marked “Boundary Line ‑ U.S. Military Reservation” and designated here as point A‑I at approximately 47° 52” 19' north latitude and 53° 52” 18' west longitude, that point being the principal point of beginning;

Then south 31° 06” 57.27' east 661.76 metres;

Then south 18° 32” 54.72' east 442.26 metres to the north line of the right‑of‑way of the Old Newfoundland Railway;

Then following the north line of the right‑of‑way of the Old Newfoundland Railway southerly and westerly to a point which is south 63° 19” 28.74' west 6,747.72 metres from the last described point;

Then south 63° 33” 52.11' west 342.18 metres;

Then south 85° 41” 28.72' west 2572.66 metres;

Then south 66° 03” 03.92' west 569.35 metres to the southeast corner of Lot No. 86 in the Freshwater development as shown on plan titled “FRESHWATER SETTLEMENT‑PLACENTIA” dated December 1941 by the Department of Public Works ‑ Roads Division, Newfoundland Government;

Then along the south line of Lot No. 86, south 48° 55” 40.71' west 121.92 metres to the southwest corner of Lot No. 86 and the east line of a road right‑of‑way in the Freshwater development;

Then along the east line of the road right‑of‑way north 41° 04” 19.29' west 55.58 metres north 25° 04” 19.29' west 272.36 metres to the northwest corner of Lot No. 107 in the Freshwater development;

Then along the north line of the Lot No. 107 north 64° 55” 40.71' east 121.92 metres to the northeast corner of the Lot No. 107;

Then north 25° 04” 19.29' west 494.16 metres;

Then south 80° 52” 24.78' west 825.79 metres to a bronze disc set in concrete and marked “Moll” ‑ U.S. Navy Hydrographic Office”;

Then south 80° 52” 24.78' west 44.20 metres more or less to the shoreline of Placentia Bay;

Then northerly following the sinuosities of the shoreline of Placentia Bay, around the entire Argentia Peninsula and the south shore of Argentia Harbour and Placentia Sound to the principal point of beginning, all bearings are true.

             (ii)  Management Area 32 ‑ Cape Shore

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at Southeast Arm, Placentia;

Then following the Argentia Highway, Route 91, in a generally easterly direction to Colinet;

Then following the western coastline of Colinet Harbour; North Harbour, the western coastline of St. Mary's Bay, eastern coastline of Placentia to the point of commencement, but excluding all offshore islands.

             (jj)  Management Area 33 ‑ Salmonier

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at Colinet;

Then following the Markland Highway, Route 81, in a generally northerly direction to Whitbourne;

Then following the Whitbourne highway to where it intersects with the Trans Canada Highway;

Then following the Trans Canada Highway in a generally easterly direction to where it intersects with the Salmonier Line;

Then following the Salmonier Line, Route 90, in a generally southwesterly direction to Salmonier Arm;

Then following the coastline to the point of commencement, but excluding all offshore islands.

           (kk)  Management Area 34 ‑ Bay de Verde

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at Dildo South;

Then following the eastern coastline of Trinity Bay, the western coastline of Conception Bay to North Arm, Holyrood;

Then following the North Arm River to where it intersects with the Salmonier Line, Route 90;

Then following the Salmonier Line in a southwestern direction to where it intersects with the Trans Canada Highway;

Then following the Trans Canada Highway in a generally westerly direction to where it intersects with Route 80 leading to South Dildo;

Then following this road, Route 80, to the point of commencement, but excluding all offshore islands.

             (ll)  Management Area 35 ‑ St. John's

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at North Arm, Holyrood, mouth of North Arm River;

Then following the eastern coastline of Conception Bay to Cape St. Francis;

Then following the coastline of Pouch Cove, Torbay, Logy Bay, St. John's Bay, Motion Bay and the southern coastline of the Avalon Peninsula to the mouth of Pierre's Brook in Witless Bay;

Then following the north bank of Pierre's Brook to Route 10;

Then following Route 10 to its intersection with Route 21;

Then following Route 21 to where it intersects with the Trans Canada Highway;

Then following the Trans Canada Highway in a generally westerly direction to where it intersects with the Salmonier Line, Route 90;

Then following the Salmonier Line, Route 90, in a generally northeasterly direction to where the North Arm River crosses the Salmonier Line;

Then following the North Arm River to the point of commencement, but excluding all offshore islands.

         (mm)  Management Area 36 ‑ Southern Shore

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at Salmonier Arm;

Then following the Salmonier Line, Route 90, in a generally northeasterly direction to where it intersects with the Trans Canada Highway;

Then following the Trans Canada Highway in a generally easterly direction to its intersection with Route 13;

Then following Route 13, the Witless Bay Line, to its intersection with Route 10;

Then following Route 10 in a southerly direction to the north bank of Pierre's Brook;

Then following the north bank of Pierre's Brook to its mouth in Witless Bay;

Then crossing the mouth of Pierre's Brook and following the coastline of Witless Bay in a southerly direction to Trepassey Bay;

Then following the coastline of Trepassey Bay and St. Mary's Bay to the point of commencement.

          (nn)  Management Area 37 ‑ Grey River East

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at West Point at the entrance to White Bear Bay;

Then following the eastern coastline of White Bear Bay to the mouth of White Bear River;

Then following the eastern bank of White Bear River for a distance of approximately 25 kilometres;

Then following a straight line in a generally easterly direction to the southern extremity of Wolf Lake;

Then following a straight line in a generally northeasterly direction to the southern extremity of Cold Spring Pond;

Then following a straight line to the mouth of d'Espoir Brook in North Bay, Bay d'Espoir;

Then following the coastline in a generally westerly direction to the point of commencement, but excluding all offshore islands.

          (oo)  Management Area 38 ‑ Burin Peninsula Foot

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the intersection of Routes 210 and 213, between Garnish and Marystown;

Then following Route 210 to the point where it crosses Southwest Arm;

Then following the coastline of Southwest Arm, Mortier Bay, Placentia Bay and Fortune Bay to Garnish;

Then following the shortest straight line distance to Route 213;

Then following Route 213 to the point of commencement, but excluding all offshore islands.

          (pp)  Management Area 39 ‑ Cloud River

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland beginning at Torrent Cove in Canada Bay;

Then following a straight line in a generally northwesterly direction to the eastern extremity of East Caster Pond;

Then following a straight line in a southwesterly direction to the eastern end of Leg Pond;

Then following the eastern shore of the brook flowing into Leg Pond from the south to its headwaters pond;

Then following a straight line in a southerly direction to Rocky Stent Pond at the headwaters of Soufflets River;

Then following a straight line to Williamsport;

Then following the coastline in a generally northerly direction to the point of commencement excluding all offshore islands, and also excluding Area 39A.

          (qq)  Management Area 39A ‑ Cloud River

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland commencing to a point on Cloud River UTM co‑ordinates 5,627,100 metres north and 5,502,000 metres east;

Then following a straight line to Torrent Cove, Canada Bay;

Then following the coastline of Canada Bay to the coastline of the Northern Peninsula in a southerly direction to the innermost point of Forche Harbour;

Then following a straight line in a northerly direction to a point on Cloud River, UTM co‑ordinates 5,626,500 metres north and 537,100 metres east;

Then following Cloud River in a generally easterly direction to the point of commencement.

            (rr)  Management Area 40 ‑ Conche

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at Cape Daumalen in Canada Day;

Then following the coastline in a northeasterly direction to Jack Patey's Point in Hare Bay;

Then following a straight line to the southeastern extremity of Round Lake;

Then following the southern and western shore of Round Lake to the narrows where it enters Ten Mile Lake;

Then following the shoreline of Ten Mile Lake;

Then following the shoreline of Ten Mile Lake in a southwesterly direction to the mouth of Rose's Feeder, then proceeding up Rose's feeder to Feeder Pond;

Then following the eastern shoreline of Feeder Pond to its southern end;

Then following a straight line to the northern end of Castor Tilt Pond;

Then following the eastern shore of Castor Tilt Pond to the point on it's southern end where Easter Castor Brook enters;

Then following the eastern shore of East Castor Pond to it's eastern extremity;

Then following a straight line in a generally southeasterly direction to Torrent Cove, Canada Bay;

Then following the coastline in a generally northerly direction to the point of commencement, but excluding all offshore islands.

           (ss)  Management Area 41 ‑ Sheffield Lake

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the mouth of Kitty's Brook in Sandy Lake;

Then following the shoreline of Sandy Lake, and Birchy Lake to the eastern extremity of Birchy Lake;

Then following a straight line to the closest point on the Trans Canada Highway;

Then following the Trans Canada Highway in a generally easterly and then southerly direction to a point opposite the confluence of South Brook and the stream draining Gull Pond, the point being approximately 16 kilometres south of the junction of the Trans Canada Highway and Route 380;

Then following the shortest straight line distance to the confluence of South Brook and the stream draining Gull Pond;

Then crossing South Brook in a straight line;

Then following the western bank of South Brook to the tributary stream flowing from Little Sandy Pond;

Then following the northern bank of this stream to the outlet of Little Sandy Pond;

Then following the eastern and northern shoreline of Little Sandy Pond to its northwestern extremity;

Then following a straight line in a generally westerly direction to the point where Barney's Brook crosses the railway line;

Then following the old railway line in a generally westerly direction to its intersection with Kitty's Brook;

Then following Kitty's Brook to the point of commencement.

            (tt)  Management 42 ‑ Gambo

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line commencing at the mouth of Dennis Brook on the southwest Gander River;

Then following the south bank of the southwest Gander River;

Then following the south bank of the southwest Gander River to its mouth in Gander Lake;

Then following a straight line to the point having co‑ordinates 48° 55' north and 54° 55' west;

Then following a line that is equidistant from the northern and southern shorelines of Gander Lake in a generally easterly direction to the eastern extremity of Gander Lake;

Then following in a straight line to the closest point of the Trans Canada Highway;

Then following the Trans Canada Highway to the bridge crossing Gambo Brook;

Then following the north bank of Gambo Brook, the north shoreline of Gambo Pond and the north bank of Riverhead Brook to the pond near its headwaters;

Then following a straight line to Dennis Brook and the point of commencement.

          (uu)  Management Area 43 ‑ Port au Port

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland known as the Port au Port Peninsula but excluding all offshore islands.

          (vv)  Management Area 44 ‑ Bellevue

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland bounded by a line beginning at the innermost part of the community of Come‑By‑Chance;

Then following the road leading from this area in a generally northeasterly direction to the Trans Canada Highway, Route 1;

Then following the Trans Canada Highway in a generally northerly direction to the road leading to the community of Sunnyside;

Then following this road to the closest point of the shoreline of Trinity Bay;

Then following the southwest shoreline of Trinity Bay to Chapel Arm;

Then following the road leading from the community of Chapel Arm to the Trans Canada Highway;

Then crossing the Trans Canada Highway and following the Long Harbour Road to its intersection with the road leading to Mount Arlington Heights;

Then following this road and the coastline in a generally northerly direction to the point of commencement but excluding all offshore islands.

         (ww)  Management Area 45 ‑ Ten Mile Lake

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland beginning at the community of Eddies Cove West;

Then following the coastline in a generally northerly direction to the closest point near the junction of the Northern Peninsula Highway and the Viking Trail;

Then following the Viking Trail in a generally easterly direction to a point on the Viking Trail opposite the Access Road to St. Anthony Airport;

Then following a straight line in a generally southeasterly direction to the mouth of Broiling Brook in Hare Bay;

Then following the coastline of Hare Bay in a southerly direction to Jack Pateys Point;

Then following a straight line to the southeastern extremity of Round Lake;

Then following the southern and western shore of Round Lake to the narrows where it enters Ten Mile Lake;

Then following the shoreline of Ten Mile Lake in a southwesterly direction to the mouth of Rose's Feeder;

Then proceeding up Rose's Feeder to Feeder Pond;

Then following the eastern shore of Feeder Pond to its southern end;

Then following a straight line to the northern end of Castor Tilt Pond and proceeding along the eastern shore of the pond to its southern end to where East Castor Brook empties into the pond;

Then proceeding up the brook to where it flows out of East Castor Pond;

Then following the eastern shore of the brook flowing into Leg Pond from the south to its headwaters pond;

Then following a straight line in a southerly direction to Rocky Stent Pond at the headwaters of Soufflets River;

Then following a straight line in a generally westerly direction to the point of commencement, but excluding all offshore islands.

            (xx)  Management Area 47 ‑ Random Island

All that area of the Island of Newfoundland in Trinity Bay known as Random Island excluding all offshore islands.

Open seasons

        3. (1) The open seasons for moose hunting in the areas described in section 2 shall be:

Area No.      Hunting Season

                      1 to 13           September 14, 1996 ‑ December 14, 1996

                      3A, in addition                  February 1, 1997 ‑ February 15, 1997

                      14                  October 5, 1996 ‑ January 4, 1997

                      15 to 22A     September 14, 1996 ‑ December 14, 1996

                      23                  October 5, 1996 ‑ January 4, 1997

                      24 to 27         September 14, 1996 ‑ December 14, 1996

                      28 to 36         October 5, 1996 ‑ January 4, 1997

                      37                  September 14, 1996 ‑ December 14, 1996

                      38                  October 5, 1996 ‑ January 4, 1997

                      39 to 40         September 14, 1996 ‑ December 14, 1996

                      39A, in addition                February 1, 1997 ‑ February 15, 1997

                      41                  October 5, 1996 ‑ January 4, 1997

                      42 and 43      September 14, 1996 ‑ December 14, 1996

                      44                  October 5, 1996 ‑ January 4, 1997

                      45                  September 14, 1996 ‑ December 14, 1996

                      47                  October 5, 1996 ‑ January 4, 1997

             (2)  In addition to the above, hunting by bow and arrow only shall be permitted in the following areas for the periods indicated:

Area No.      Hunting by Bow and Arrow

                      4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 15, 15A, 17, 21, 22, 22A, 27, and 40       August 31, 1996 to September 14, 1996.

                      23, 28, 29, 31, 33, and 36   September 21, 1996 to October 4, 1996.

Proof of sex

        4. The holder of a big game licence to hunt, take or kill, female only animals, shall upon request of a wildlife officer, produce the head of the animal.

Bag limit

        5. The bag limit is one moose, as specified in each licence.

Identification

        6. No person shall transport or possess any firearms under the authority of a valid game licence without being in possession of an outdoor identification card, or non‑resident equivalent card, issued to the person.