STRUGGLING... Port Wakefield commercial fisherman Bart Butson, with son-in-law Shaun Martin, said marine parks have decimated his income. STRUGGLING... Port Wakefield commercial fisherman Bart Butson, with son-in-law Shaun Martin, said marine parks have decimated his income.

Fisher claiming for lost income from marine parks

MARINE parks have decimated commercial fisherman Bart Butson’s annual income, leaving him no choice but to sell assets to survive.

The Port Wakefield fisherman is claiming about $60,000 in lost annual income, since the marine parks were introduced in 2014, from the state government.

“The marine parks have affected my business by decimating my income, which has been proven by forensic accountant William Buck,” Mr Butson said.

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