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THE NSW government introduction of a dusky flathead maximum size limit of 70 cm (previously only 1 over 70 centimetres) is now in effect.

A QUEENSLAND fisher was fined $25,000, forfeited 16 fishing nets, and lost his licence for almost 10 months after...

SINCE 2006, an annual report on the NSW DPI Game Fish Tagging Program has been prepared by game fishing guru, Julian Pepperell.

SOUTHERN bluefin tuna (Thynnus maccoyii, or SBT) are one of Australia’s premier gamefish. But they are also an extremely high value fisheries product...

ELECTRONICS have changed our lives in many ways, and fishing is no exception.

THE next and final round of consultation has opened for the Queensland East Coast Spanish mackerel fishery.

FOUR people will face court after a night patrol by Melbourne fisheries officers detected one boat with more than 480 fish aboard and illegal fishing equipment.

THE Sydney International Boat Show returns from July 28 to August 1, 2022 at the International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney and Cockle Bay within the iconic Darling Harbour.

THE International Convention of Allied Sportfishing Trades, better known as ICAST, kicked-off in the US this week. The tackle show – held in Orlando, Florida – provides Aussies a sneak peek...

NEW South Wales' alpine trout fisheries are set to benefit from a $5m funding package as part of the Snowy 2.0 renewable energy project.

IT'S no secret I am a fan of renewable energy, because it has to be part of our future. By definition, non-renewable forms of energy are not sustainable and will eventually run out. And what will be left after that?

UNTIL recently Macquarie perch were considered locally extinct from the catchment to which they share their name and where they were first discovered by Europeans.

THE August edition of Fishing World is jam-packed with fishing information from Australia's best fishing writers.

LAST week the ABC’s Radio Sydney reported on moves in the US state of Illinois to change the name of carp to copi, in an attempt to increase its appeal to the US fish-eating public.

THE annual catch limits for black jewfish in some Queensland inshore management regions have been reached.

RECREATIONAL fishers, campers and boaters are set to benefit from new and improved infrastructure and facilities in NSW under the Recreational Fishing and Camping Facilities Grants Program.