BOATERS and anglers in Victoria are encouraged to support this RACV survey to begin the process of identifying the boat ramps on which your boating license and registration money should be spent. Read more
LOCAL angler Daniel Curzon was livebaiting off Coffs Harbour on the Mid North Coast last weekend when he got a rather large surprise involving this stunning sailfish!
IN this video from the ABC, Australia Institute Research Director Rod Campbell says that their research shows it is clear what has caused the Darling River fish kill - mismanagement and repeated policy failure.
JASE Andrews, host of 4WD and adventure show, All 4 Adventure is set to attend the prestigious G’day USA program in Los Angeles on 26 January 2019.
BAIA Sportfishing has a once in a lifetime fishing trip you can't miss. The established PNG operator has limited spots left for...
IN response to the recent deaths of up to a million fish in the Darling River members of Australia’s largest recreational fishing conservation organisation, OzFish Unlimited, are working to install several aerators into major weir pools where fish may seek refuge.
The NSW RFA says NSW Fisheries managers have shown a disregard for the state’s 850,000 recreational fishers by not fully disclosing how the lines on the Hawkesbury Bioregion lock out maps were created.
A DARWIN fisho is celebrating a bit of late festive cheer after reeling in a tagged $10,000 Barra from the barrage at Shady Camp.
THIS worrying video has emerged of dead by-catch allegedly left behind at Jimmys Beach by professional fishers at Port Stephens...
THE NSW Government’s ongoing program of sampling for PFAS contamination is the basis for the latest dietary advice for anglers fishing in Lake Macquarie.
A SEARCH for a missing fishermen north of Noosa, Queensland, has been called off after the man was found alive and well in a compartment of the boat he had supposedly disappeared from.
ENVIRONMENT editor John Newbery laments the fact that fishing licence money isn't being spent as promised.
THE recent death of up to a million fish in the lower Darling River has sparked widespread anger among locals, who say the disaster is not due to drought but is man made and is "brought to you by the NSW Government".
The NSW DPI says ongoing drought conditions across western NSW have resulted in fish kills in a number of waterways recently.