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A NEW research project by NSW DPI Fisheries will investigate the objectives of recreational fishers who target key species in NSW.

RECREATIONAL fishers are being encouraged to have their say on a proposal to improve freshwater fishing opportunities by removing the three-month closed season for Murray cod in all waters of the Wimmera and Millicent basins.

RECREATIONAL fishers rejoice as an action packed and informative day is planned for the return of the free Murray Codference in April this year.

CHARLES Sturt University will offer a new Graduate Certificate in Fisheries Conservation and Management in the field of freshwater fisheries.

OZFISH Unlimited is a new not-for-profit charity dedicated to helping the millions of Aussie recreational fishos...

TICKETS for GoFish Nagambie can now be purchased using the presale code "CODVID-19", but be quick!

STATE member for Myall Lakes Stephen Bromhead MP is calling on the NSW government to fund a permanent navigable entrance between Harrington and Manning Point.

FISH habitat restoration is to be boosted in Central Queensland with OzFish Unlimited announcing the establishment of its newest chapter in Mackay.

FROM time to time, NSW DPI’s Game Fish Tagging Program is lucky enough to receive details of recaptures that come from remote regions of the Pacific Ocean...

BACK in the early 2000’s the commonwealth determined that Australian fisheries would not be able to export their catches...

TWO major fishing reef projects near Geelong are complete, creating more fishing opportunities.

THE Fisheries Research and Development Corporation (FRDC) is seeking applicants to sit on a number of Research Advisory Committees (RACs) across Australia.

HAVE your say on how you value and use your local waterways and other waterways in coastal New South Wales.

DPI Fisheries has released tiger trout in NSW for the first time.

A NEW slot limit for black bream will come into effect from April 1 as part of the now finalised Gippsland Lakes Recreational Fishery Plan.

THE 42nd annual Kingston SE Surf Fishing Contest brought together 1,200 competitors.