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THE Adelaide Boat Show is on from June 15 to 17 at the Adelaide Showgrounds.

THE University of Melbourne is continuing to work with Victorian recreational anglers in a project funded by Recreational Fishing Licence fees that will help confirm the spawning areas for Victorian King George whiting.

WESTERN Australian Fisheries Minister Dave Kelly today announced the location for Exmouth’s new Integrated Artificial Reef.

A BLUE marlin tagged in December, 2017, by Gold Coast boat Redonkulus was recaptured last week off Sydney.

HAVE you caught a fish that you’re proud of, but which isn’t quite big enough for a record? Now you can commemorate it with an IGFA Catch Certificate.

THE Victorian Fishing Authority's 2019 Calendar Photo Competition is now officially open! Winners will be published in the 2019 calendar and receive a $50 VISA card.

PUBLIC consultation is now underway on the draft Victorian Pipi Fishery Management Plan.

THE Evans Head Fishing Classic will be held from July 6 to 13, 2018. There are $100,000 worth of prizes up for grans...and you don't even have to fish to win!

THE Victorian Fisheries Authority recently announced plans to change the types of yabby nets that can be used by recreational anglers in that state.

ASSISTANT Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources, Anne Ruston, has released a statement responding to claims...

SOUTHERN Australia’s recreational bluefin tuna fishery is under threat, with the Federal Government reportedly demanding the states halve anglers’ bag limits while lifting SA’s Port Lincoln commercial tuna fishers’ quotas by 500 tonnes.

MARCH 16, 2018, kicked off the Exmouth Game Fishing Club’s GAMEX game and sport fishing tournament; the 50th running of Western Australia’s most prestigious and popular fishing event.

NATIVE fish in the Murray-Darling Basin are receiving a welcome drink following the unprecedented management decision to use environmental flows from two rivers to protect them and help them survive and thrive in the future.

CONSERVATIONISTS have praised the decision from several major retail outlets to end the sale of Opera House yabby nets, amid concerns that they pose a deadly threat to platypus populations across the country.

IN a return to the bad old days, three men have been apprehended using 23 set lines in the Murrumbidgee River, NSW.