Sydney region SMART drumline data

The below tables show the total number of target sharks (White, Bull and Tiger sharks) and non-target animals caught on SMART drumlines in the Sydney region.

This is a cumulative total of all animals caught in the completed Barrenjoey-Newport and Manly-Dee Why SMART drumline trial (10 February - 11 May 2019) and will be updated monthly to show the results of the current trial (30 August - 1 December 2019).

Table 1: Cumulative total of target shark species caught on SMART drumlines during the first trial, 10 February - 11 May 2019.

Common Name

Barrenjoey-Newport

Manly-Dee Why

White Shark

0

0

Tiger Shark

1

1

Bull Shark

0

0

TOTAL

1

1

Table 2: Cumulative total of non-target species caught on SMART drumlines during the first trial, 10 February - 11 May 2019.

Common name

Barrenjoey-Newport

Manly-Dee Why

Bronze Whaler

1

0

Dusky Whaler

1

9

Whaler Shark - unidentified

1

0

Smooth Hammerhead

1

0

TOTAL

4

9

Table 3: Cumulative total of target shark species caught on SMART drumlines during the second trial, 30 August to 30 September 2019.

Common Name

Barrenjoey-Newport

Manly-Dee Why

White Shark

0

0

Tiger Shark

0

0

Bull Shark

0

0

TOTAL

0

0

Table 4: Cumulative total of non-target species caught on SMART drumlines during the second trial, 30 August to 30 September 2019.

Common name

Barrenjoey-Newport

Manly-Dee Why

Bronze Whaler

1

0

Shortfin Mako

1

0

TOTAL

2

0

SMART drumline trial results