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RESEARCH by NSW DPI and other fisheries agencies around Australia has revealed that snapper are actually very resilient to barotrauma, provided they can get back to depth.
CLUB Marine are giving away over $260,000 in prizes to eight lucky members in their ‘Win the Dream’ member promotion.
TWO brothers have been injured when a marlin jumped into their boat off the coast of Coffs Harbour.
RUNNING from May 23 to 26, 2019, the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show attracts over 45,000 visitors and more than 300 exhibitors to a spectacular showcase featuring hundreds of boats and thousands of marine products across four days.
THE Victorian Fisheries Authority is inviting interested anglers to bring their families along to the Snobs Creek Hatchery Open Days.
THE June issue of Fishing World is on news stands now. Take a sneak peek at what's inside.
THE Research Angler Program in NSW is keen to collect your Spanish and spotted mackerel frames.
FRESHWATER fishers with kayaks, canoes and boats with electric motors will have more opportunity to get out on the water, with access to Tullaroop Reservoir now open.
NSW DPI Fisheries is calling all schools and teachers to register now for their FREE Schools Fishing Program.
VOLUNTEERS are sought to help restore river bank habitat along the Macalister River, Vic, at a "trees for trout" day to be held on June 1.
SCIENTISTS have placed ‘pop-up’ satellite tags onto 16 large eels in the Fitzroy and Hopkins rivers so as to track their amazing spawning migration.
THE 2019 SIMRAD Victorian Broadbill Championship is on now. It is based at Lakes Entrance and will run until June 11.
A FULL redevelopment of the main boat ramp at Lake Bullen Merri’s South Beach was flagged at an on-site meeting with Better Boating Victoria’s new chief executive officer this week.
A ROY Morgan magazine readership survey, released this week, has revealed Fishing World’s readership increased by a whopping 37.2 per cent, one of the highest gains in the all-inclusive survey for the year ending March 2019.