WILD abalone off the coast of Cape Nelson have tested positive for a disease... Read more
FISHERIES Queensland is conducting a short, 6-question survey of Stocked Impoundment Permit (SIP) holders to help maintain...
FISHERIES Queensland says conditions have been spot-on over the last few months for its scientists to monitor mackerel species in South East Queensland.
A RECAPTURED samsonfish has spent 1014 days at liberty and was caught more than 290 nautical miles (~535km) from its original release location.
FISHERIES expert Dr Stuart Rowland says the Darling River's aquatic ecology is so degraded it has become extinct and iconic fish species including the Murray cod face an uncertain future.
THE Boating Industry Association (BIA) says excitement is building with strong industry support for the Sydney Festival of Boating at Darling Harbour.
IN a victory for the pragmatic politicking which seems to have replaced sound policy decision making in much of the country these days...
FISHERIES Queensland has partnered with Surf Life Saving Queensland to deliver the SharkSmart drone trial.
THE manufacturer of Dyneema, the world’s strongest fibre and a key component in "braid" fishing lines, has formed a coalition of industry partners to drive the transition towards renewable bio and recycled resources.
FISHING tackle giant Shimano has launched a new global website to celebrate its 100th anniversary.
RECREATIONAL fishing tournaments have always provided significant socio-economic benefits to regional communities...
THE invasive redfin perch may now be in Thomspons Creek Dam, according to an article published by the NSW Council of Freshwater Anglers.
HOSTED by Steve "Starlo" Starling at Nowra’s Compleat Angler tackle shop, this episode focusses on family fishing – just in time for the upcoming Easter school holidays!
FISHING World is offering readers a 30 per cent discount if they subscribe to Australia's most popular fishing magazine.
PURE Fishing is looking for a digital marketing coordinator based at its Tuggerah facility supporting both the Australian and New Zealand regions.
A BRISBANE fisher has been fined $17,000 for taking 146 under-sized blue swimmer crabs and hiding them in a concealed compartment on a boat.
THOUSANDS more juvenile dusky flathead have been stocked on the NSW South Coast, bringing the total number of flatties released by NSW DPI over recent weeks to more than...