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FISHING TV is set to hold the first ever World Fishing Day on Saturday June 23, 2018, in a bid to unite the global angling community.

APPLICATIONS for the Eucumbene River Vehicle Access Permit for anglers with limited walking ability are now open for the 2018 season.

THE Victorian Fisheries Authority would like to hear from you on the proposed introduction of a 120 cm minimum size for all mako shark species.

Iconic Aussie reel manufacturer Alvey Reels has announced it will continue to manufacture reels in Australia afterall, thanks to huge support from customers.

AN albacore tuna tagged and released over the Jervis Bay Canyons, NSW, in 2008 was recently recaptured off New Zealand!

TAKE the NSW Recreational Fishing size limit quiz and see how many you can get right.

TRANSGENDER fish have been around for a long time and, as this month’s Fish Facts shows, it’s fair to say that fish have explored virtually all possible combinations of hermaphrodism during that period.   

THE NSW Government today announced coastal councils now have the opportunity to opt-in to mandate the use of lifejackets while rock fishing.

THE May issue of Fishing World is out now! We take a sneak peek at what's inside.

NAGAMBIE, Vic, will host Australia's biggest freshwater fishing competition in 2019, with over $500,000 in cash and prizes to be given away.

CORRECTION: Fisho environment editor John Newbery's comment piece was wrongly scheduled. Stay tuned to an upcoming edition of the Fishing World newsletter for the full article.

DUSKY flathead aren’t known as being big travellers, however one fish tagged as part of NSW DPI’s Trophy Flathead program has been recorded as taking a pretty big swim from its home waters.

Riccard Reimann, from Baia Sportfishing in New Guinea, tells us about their new live aboard sport fishing vessel, Ultimate One.

IF snagging a feisty rainbow trout isn’t exciting enough, keen recreational anglers can now add further enjoyment to their fishing experience by receiving a reward for catching a tagged fish.

TUCKED away on the far eastern corner of New Zealand’s North Island, the East Cape is a region seldom explored by visitors. As Patrick Linehan reports, though, it is well worth the trip!