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RECREATIONAL fishers in northwest Victoria can look forward to wetting a line in a new lake.

DR Ben Diggles says plastic polution should be viewed as a visible indicator of much more important pollution problems that are currently out of sight.

THE NSW DPI is inviting anglers to come and help them celebrate 10 years of Fishers for Fish Habitat Forums - back where it all began in Ballina, northern NSW.

PRESIDENT of Inland Waterways Matthew Hansen has been awarded a NSW government Community Service Award by Premier Galdys Berejiklian and local MP Troy Grant.

AN additional 2.3 million kilometres of Australian waters will be managed as marine parks for the first time, as five new management plans come into effect from the start of this month.

FISHO'S Dr Ben Diggles tells us all about the secret lives of samson fish.

CORINELLA, on the eastern side of Western Port, Victoria, is set to get new boat ramps and other upgraded facilities.

THE highly destructive white spot virus has again been detected in supermarket prawns despite the tightened import restrictions introduced after a disease outbreak decimated south-east Queensland's prawn farming industry.

NSW DPI Fisheries are looking for motivated, energetic people to join their fisheries compliance teams.

FISHO'S environment editor John Newbery says the proposed Hawkesbury Shelf Bio-region marine national park is just more populist politics from the NSW government.

THE July edition of Fishing World is out now...take a sneak peek at what's inside.

THE Sydney International Boat Show runs from August 2 to 6 at the International Convention Centre, Sydney and the adjoining purpose-built marina on Cockle Bay at Darling Harbour. Tickets are on sale now.

DOZENS of unemployed people have planted 7000 trees, weeded and removed rubbish from riparian zones, put snags into rivers and installed awareness signage.

AN SOS has gone out to city based trout fisherman as the winter fishing season ramps up, coinciding with extremely low water levels at NSW alpine lakes, particularly Eucumbene and Jindabyne.