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THE mulloway tagging program in Victoria has recorded six new recaptures, including one that showed a round trip from the Glenelg River to Browns Bay and back.

EARLY research indicates the carp herpes virus would have the desired impact and reduce populations of our most damaging pest fish.

THE Victorian Fisheries Authority are encouraging all keen tuna fishers to check out the Southern Bluefin Tuna Appreciation Night.

NEARLY 300 native fish have new homes following a successful electro-fishing and relocation exercise over the last fortnight.

THOUSANDS of fish have died on the New South Wales north coast after a council bowed to public pressure and opened a lagoon, sending a deadly wave of de-oxygenated water surging down a nearby creek.

ANGLERS from across the South Island of New Zealand have made a beeline to Twizel after more than 2,000 salmon escaped from a commercial farm.

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GREENY busts some of the myths that anglers commonly use as excuses after fishless days in the estuaries.

ONLY four hours from Sydney and situated on the Mid-North Coast of NSW is the township of Port Macquarie and the productive Hastings River.

FOCUSING on the deep in rivers and estuary systems will bring surprising results, as Mark Frendin explains. 

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THIS video from Carter Andrews shows a fishing trip off the coast of Florida for giant African Pompano.

WITH intimate knowledge and rare access, two long-time Territorian friends, Morgs and Simmo, take viewers on an immersive fishing adventure through the most wild and pristine landscapes of the Northern Territory, Australia.

THE documentary 'Love Flows' was launched this week and captures the stories of the events from World Fish Migration Day 2018 through the narration of Joshua Royte, a conservation scientist for The Nature Conservancy.