mackerel frames
The Research Angler Program is keen to collect your mackerel frames!

Mackerel frames wanted – NSW DPI Fisheries

NSW DPI Fisheries wants your mackerel frames.

With the water beginning to clear along the NSW north coast after a long wet summer, many pelagic fish are starting to return to the inshore waters, and the NSW DPI wants your mackerel frames. Anglers are starting to catch spanish and spotted mackerel once again, and the Research Angler Program is keen to collect your mackerel frames!
mackerel frames
If you’re lucky enough to catch a legal spaniard or spottie, please drop the frame (the entire frame or just the head with fish’s total length indicated) to one of our participating drop-off locations.
mackerel frames
The fish don’t need to be trophy specimens as we are looking for all size classes. Data collected by this program will contribute towards ensuring continued quality recreational fishing opportunities for mackerel and other key species into the future.
mackerel frames
Each frame donated earns an entry into our monthly lucky angler prize draws.
Find out more about the RAP, including your closest drop-off location, at https://bit.ly/31laTTW.
This is your fishing licence at work!

 

With the water beginning to clear along the NSW north coast after a long wet summer, many pelagic fish are starting to return to the inshore waters.
With anglers starting to catch spanish and spotted mackerel once again, the Research Angler Program is keen to collect your mackerel frames!
If you’re lucky enough to catch a legal spaniard or spottie, please drop the frame (the entire frame or just the head with fish’s total length indicated) to one of our participating drop-off locations.
The fish don’t need to be trophy specimens as we are looking for all size classes. Data collected by this program will contribute towards ensuring continued quality recreational fishing opportunities for mackerel and other key species into the future.

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