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THE NSW south coast estuary guiding business, formerly known as Aussie Fish Estuary Adventures, has a new owner and new name - just in time for summer!

NATURALLY spawned Murray Cod larvae has been detected for the first time ever in the Campaspe River.

FISH Port Stephens Estuary Charters is Port Stephens' newest charter boat and the only one in the area dedicated to estuary fishing.

THE Hay Fishing Classic is on again, at the Sandy Point Reserve in Hay, NSW, on February 3 and 4. There are over $10,000 worth of prizes to be won including a Stacer boat, motor and trailer package.

ANOTHER successful Sofala Carp Blitz wrapped up on Sunday, November 19, with 260 anglers registering for the event. See who won what.

THE Federal Government is allegedly stripping marine protections from remote waters off the Australian coast because it plans to change the law to allow foreign fishing boats with low-paid crews to fish there, a leading fisheries expert claims.

OVER the next few months, researchers from the University of Melbourne are asking Victorian anglers to be on the lookout for tagged King George whiting.

FISHO'S environment editor argues that when it comes to marine protected areas, Governments should looking for a truly useful conservation outcome rather than a media-acceptable solution.

THE Jarvis Walker Brands Christmas Sale Catalogue has hit the stands at local tackles stores and there some great bargains on offer.

MOVE over New South Wales – Victoria is now getting their very own Fish Aggregation Devices.

A CHUBBY yellow belly has managed to swim almost 2000km along the Murray River in the past six years.

MANGROVES are less genetically diverse than many other species, which will make them even more susceptible to the threat of climate change.

A GROUP of US fish biologists and veterinarians got together to conduct a detailed radiograph experiment to see if holding a fish by the jaw for a photo caused damaged to bones and soft tissue.

Anyone with information about stolen angel rings in NSW is being urged to contact Police.