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AS fishos, what have we got to lose, or gain, from the various parties at this election?

A BODY believed to be missing 19-year-old fisherman Brenden Hurd has been found off the NSW south coast after he was swept off rocks earlier this week.

ON 26 January 2020, Fisheries officers were patrolling Lake Illawarra as part of Operation Stingray II, a compliance operation targeting marine invertebrate collection around Lake Illawarra.

HAWAII has recently moved legislation forward to ban the use of drones for fishing.

THE NSW DPI Game Fish Tagging program is the largest saltwater tagging program of its kind in the world. In operation since 1973, the program has now seen over half a million fish tagged by recreational anglers.

MARITIME Safety Queensland has provided the latest periodic report on boating infrastructure projects currently underway in the state...

THE future of fishing in Gippsland Lakes is looking up, now in its second consecutive year of dusky flathead stocking.

QUEENSLAND Fisheries research suggests Spanish mackerel stocks are at critically low levels. Although, according to Greeny, something doesn’t add up.

BACK in 2014 the Future Fish Foundation and other recreational bodies pushed hard for political parties contesting the Victorian state election to agree to a removal of net fishing from Melbourne’s Port Phillip Bay...

FIVE key NSW Recreational Fishing Havens have received a significant boost of dusky flathead fingerlings in what NSW DPI says is its most successful flathead stocking season...

THE NSW DPI - FIsheries' Research Angler Program (RAP) recently received a very significant snapper frame donation from the NSW South Coast.

WE'VE teamed up with Salt-Attack to give away 12 Salt-Attack kits valued at $99.90 each.

WHILE most of the rivers along the East Coast of Australia are recovering from floods and heavy rain, there are still prize fish to catch for the willing to adapt and dedicate the time...

FISHING World is offering readers a 30 per cent discount if they subscribe to Australia's most popular fishing magazine.

SEASON 7 of Australia’s richest fishing competition, Million Dollar Fish, has ended, with a record number of anglers catching a lucrative barramundi worth $10,000.

IN my job as an aquatic animal health specialist (aka. “Fish Doctor”), I’m asked to examine abnormal marine life on a regular basis...