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UK correspondent, Martin Salter, is returning to Australia to speak at the Australia Recreational Fishing Foundation’s National Conference in Darwin. He is hoping to see some progress since he penned his "Keep Australia Fishing" report in 2011.

After gaining strong support from anglers, the Victorian Fisheries Authority have announced new regulations to protect stingrays, skates and guitarfish.

One hundred and eighty thumping brown trout up to 2.5 kg were recently released into the Devilbend Reservoir in Victoria.

TAKE a first underwater look at NSW's latest and Australia's largest offshore artificial reef, the Southern Sydney "JD Reef"...and we have co-ordinates too.

EIGHT "trophy-sized" dusky flathead have so far been tagged as part of the new Lake Maquarie Trophy Flathead Fishery program.

NOW is the perfect time to go fishing for snapper in Port Phillip Bay. That's the finding of a snapper tracking study by the Victorian Fisheries Authority.

Recreational fishing organisations and individuals were recognised at the 2017 NSW Landcare and Local Land Services Conference and Awards Gala Dinner on October 26. See who won what...including the inaugural NSW Fish Habitat Award.

TWO men are alleged to have carried out illegal works along the bank of he Nepean River in NSW...and it could cost them more than $18,000.

Check out the size of this cracking jewie caught by an angler named Mitch from a stand up paddleboard.

COASTAL waters are warming up ahead of the recreational rock lobster season re-opening in Victoria on 16 November.

THE annual barramundi closed season along Queensland’s east coast starts from midday on November 1, 2017, effective through to midday on February 1, 2018.

HAVE you got an idea to improve your local fishing spot? Applications for funding from the Recreational Fishing Trust are now open.

VICTORIA'S giant crab is one of the largest crabs in the world, reaching nearly 20 kg and a carapace width of up to 50 cm.

IN what some might say is the only saving grace of the recent election result, New Zealand's new "first bloke" has his own fishing show...things might be looking up for fishing in the Shaky Isles.

A TEENAGE fisher in South Australia has survived being knocked from her kayak by a 4 metre great white shark.