In Australia, catch limits vary by region.
Below is a list of the catch limits in Australia for both wild caught and canned seafood.
For canned seafood, catch limit is 0.75 kilograms (1 lb) per 100 kilograms (2 lb).
Catch limit is currently 0.5 kilograms (0.8 lb) for all fish except cod, mackerel and herring.
For wild caught fish, catch is 1.25 kilograms (3.2 lb) and the limit is 1 kg (3 lb).
For wild fish, you must have at least 2 kilograms (4.2 lbs) of wild caught, wild caught in a single year and wild caught at least 1 kg of wild fish.
For cod, the catch limit in Australia is 0,5 kilograms per 100 kg (2 lbs).
For mackerell, it is 0 kilograms per 150 kg (250 lbs).
Catch limits are now set by the federal government.
For more information on catch limits, please visit the Catch limits page on the Bureau of Meteorology website.