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VOLUNTEERS are being sough to help plant five hundred trees along the bank of the Buckland River, Vic.

THE results of a Victorian Fisheries Authority (VFA) study are in and show that Lake Eildon’s Murray cod fishery is getting better and better.

THE first Victorian swordfish have been tagged as part of a collaborative study between the VFA and the University of Tasmania.

A UNSW study has found the length that tailor are reaching maturity has increased by 5 cm in four decades, which means some fish are currently being removed too early in their life cycle through the practice of fishing.

FISHING World is offering readers a free rod and reel valued at $199 just for subscribing to Australia's most popular fishing magazine.

ANGLERS in NSW and Victoria are set to brave the winter weather in the name of a favourite crustacean, with the Murray crayfish season officially opening this Saturday June 1, through to Saturday August 31, 2019.

A LANDMARK agreement will see trees felled in VicRoads operations re-used to create in-stream fish habitat across Victoria.

MULTIPLE recaptures of tagged Spanish and spotted mackerel in NSW recently show that these species are more resilient to catch and release than first thought.

THE Victorian Fisheries Authority is teaming up with Goulburn-Murray Water this month and next to relocate Murray cod, golden perch and silver perch from the East Goulburn main irrigation channel.

AUSTRALIAN aquatic ecologists say the National Carp Control Plan falls short on safety and efficacy.

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 is 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.