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Toadfish Stowaway Fillet System

The Toadfish Stowaway Fillet System combines both the folding fillet knife and folding cutting board in a neoprene case that is designed for ease and safety of transportation. All items are available individually or as a Stowaway Fillet System in two sizes – a 7″ knife and standard board, or a 8.5″ knife and extra-large board. The clever Stowaway folding …

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Gold Coast Coomera – weekly report

Hi everyone, hope you are all having a nice week. It was good to finally see the wind ease and some sunshine earlier in the week, after enduring more unwanted drenching rainfall on both the Gold and Tweed coasts. Water quality throughout the Broadwater, Jumpinpin Channel and the Tweed River was average during the week, with plenty of dirty freshwater …

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Gold Coast Coomera – weekly report

Hi everyone, hope you are all having a nice week. At the time of writing my report, we were once again under the threat of heavy rainfall and strong wind this week on the Gold and Tweed coasts. We can’t seem to get a break from this weather pattern. I do hope that everyone stays safe, and we see some …

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Mesh nets seized on the Clarence River

Clarence Fisheries Officers would like to thank the member of the public who reported observing a mesh net in a small tributary of the Clarence River. Officers attended the location and observed the net partially in the water with a bass present that had recently become entangled and died. Officers seized 2 mesh nets from the water and adjacent river …

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Repeat offender has vehicle, jetski and trailer seized

Repeat offender has vehicle, jetski and trailer seized at Ulladulla. Fisheries Officers from the Batemans Bay District and the Statewide Investigations and Operations Group Regional Mobile Squad – South have apprehended a repeat fisheries offender with an indictable quantity of Abalone and a commercial quantity of Eastern Rock Lobster on the State’s south coast. The officers were conducting routine compliance …

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Illegal fishing equipment removed from Ingham estuary

Fisheries Queensland recently received information from the public reporting illegal fishing equipment adrift in an estuarine system south of Ingham. Apart from its risk to maritime safety, illegal fishing equipment can ‘ghost fish’ whilst it remains within the marine environment. As a result, the equipment can continue to trap and potentially kill marine life. QBFP field officers successfully located the …

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Gold Coast Coomera – weekly report

Hi everyone, hope you are all having a nice week and had a good Labour Day long weekend. It has been a fairly decent week weather-wise, with the Tweed and Gold coasts having a fairly light wind and a few showers so far, giving fishos a good opportunity to hit the water for a fishing session. As we look towards …

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Gold Coast Coomera – Weekend fishing report

Hi everyone, hope you are all having a good week and had a nice Anzac long weekend. It has been yet another wet week on the Gold and Tweed coasts – at least the wind eased up a bit. At the time of writing the report, it looks as though we’ll see more rain on the weekend, but at least …

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Bundaberg – Weekend fishing report

BUNDABERG OFFSHORE The fishing offshore has been red hot lately – as long as the weather plays the game. Coral trout have been on the chew and the occasional red emperor has not being afraid to smack a well-presented bait. Using pilchard as bait and prawn imitation plastics are great ways to get a few bites! With the small tides …

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Gold Coast Coomera – weekly report

Hi everyone, hope you are all having a good week. We’ve had fairly nice conditions here on the Gold and Tweed coasts as school holidays continue and we head towards the Easter break. A fairly light wind in the morning has allowed fishos to get out and have some fishing fun this week. At the time of writing my report, …

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