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A REPORT has been released that documents the cause of the fish kill at Beachmere Lake, Queensland, in April, 2019.

IN Sydney, rubbish bins on Walsh Bay piers have been "wrapped" with responsible fishing signage to encourage anglers to do the right thing.

TIME is running out to have your say on the proposed amendments to Queensland fisheries regulations.

ARE you a member of a fishing club? If so, get your club to update its contact details by July 19, 2019, and be in the draw to WIN a Shimano rod and reel combo.

THE Victorian Recreational Fishing Guide mobile app has had a major update in response to angler feedback.

PETER Kamstra from the University of Melbourne has published some interesting research into freak waves and rock fishing.

THERE have been numerous recaptures of tagged mulloway right along the NSW coast, with 47 recaptures recorded in the past 12 months. One fish swam an incredible 109 km.

WHAT'S the current social and economic value of recreational fishing and boating in Victoria? That's the question that the Victorian Fisheries Authority is hoping to answer a new survey.

Fisho's environment editor, John Newbery, ponders the changing and variable attitudes towards sharks.

THE brightly coloured Siamese fighting fish, or betta, has gone rogue in the Adelaide River and floodplains near Darwin.

A BRITISH angler living in Thailand has broken the world record for the biggest carp ever caught.

A CHARLES Sturt University researcher is asking communities and landholders in the Murray Darling Basin to get involved in reporting major fish deaths around the Basin on a publicly available website.

THERE are still some seats available for Victorian anglers to attend the Traralgon Fish Habitat Workshop on July 13.

DEPLOYED way back in October 2011, NSW’s first Offshore Artificial Reef continues to produce amazing fish life.

RECREATIONAL anglers have been doing a fantastic job tagging King George whiting with 635 fish now tagged in Port Phillip and Western Port.