JOHN Newbery found a few surprises wandering through the local fish market recently. Read more
STRUGGLING fish farmers are asking consumers to eat more Australian-grown barramundi, with some facing a shortage of space after COVID-19 crippled demand.
THE July edition cover image of Fishing World magazine may have a few readers scratching their heads...
OZFISH Unlimited has launched a campaign to accelerate the recreational fishing community involvement in fish habitat restoration.
TANGAROA Blue Foundation and the Australian National Sportfishing Association (ANSA) tie up to tackle fishing litter.
ANDREW Chorley from Hervey Bay Fly and Sportfishing shares his latest report.
FISHERIES Queensland is reminding anglers a closed season applies to snapper and pearl perch throughout Queensland tidal waters from midnight 15 July until midnight 16 August.
JOHN Newbery considers whether major decisions with significant impacts on anglers are made following the results of “consultative processes".
THE Nambucca Valley on the North Coast of NSW is home to a wide variety of fish and is a popular destination for canoeing and kayaking.
INTRASTATE and non-essential travel – including travel to go fishing and boating – is opening across Australia.
AS Fisho's Ben Diggles explains, water alone won't save the Murray-Darling Basin.
QUEENSLAND fishers are being urged to take part in a survey to inform a project that is aiming to help rebuild stocks of snapper and pearl perch in the state.
A DOLPHINFISH tagged and released from a fish aggregating device (FAD) east of Port Hacking has been recaptured from another FAD 70 nautical miles further south.
MERCURY Marine, a division of Brunswick Corporation, has entered into a strategic supply agreement with BRP to be the supplier of choice for BRP owned boat brands...
BRP announced today it will discontinue production of Evinrude E-TEC and E-TEC G2 outboard engines and will...
ACCORDING to an article published by The Advertiser, a third invasive Asian paddle crab has been found in South Australian waters in 12 months.
IN rough weather early on Sunday morning, about 40 containers were lost overboard from the Singapore-flagged container ship APL England about 73km south east of Sydney.