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Sunshine Coast Noosa – weekly report

Sunshine Coast Noosa

Mid-week spoils – As expected, we are finally seeing a few more fishable days. With a drop in the swell mid-week, a few boats made the bar crossing with ease. For many anglers, the weather has kept them grounded but next week is shaping up to have light wind and swell, so keep a watchful eye out! Sunshine Coast Noosa …

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Gold Coast Coomera – weekly report

Hi everyone, hope you are all having a good week. It was refreshing to see some great weather this week finally, giving everyone a chance to get out on the water for consecutive days in a row. It would have to be the best week we have had all year so far on the Gold and Tweed coasts, though looking …

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Bundaberg – weekly report

Bundaberg fishing

OFFSHORE Bundaberg fishing With the smaller tides this weekend, reef fishing should be on in the deep and shallows. March and April are a couple of my favourite months of year for chasing big red emperor, so be sure to drop some big flesh bait down around the 40m mark. Fingers crossed the weather plays the game and remember to …

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Water extraction project to keep more fish in our rivers

Water extraction project

The Australian Government is providing $6.6 million to the Queensland Government to deliver a program of work that could see more young native fish survive in the northern Murray-Darling Basin rivers. Water Extraction Project  The Fish Friendly Water Extraction Project in the Condamine–Balonne and Border Rivers regions will see funds allocated to install pump screens at river off-takes, to help …

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Never become complacent about pests in Australia

complacent pests Australia

Greetings fishos and I hope 2022 is not the year we see tilapia spread further. At least, let’s all aim for that. complacent pests Australia Well done and thank you to Freshwater Fishing and Stocking Association of Queensland for continuing to push the message that pest fish of all kinds are bad for our native fish and ecosystems. complacent pests …

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Inland Fisheries Officers going above and beyond

Inland Fisheries Officers going above and beyond to detect and deter illegal fishing It is well known that persons who engage in serious illegal fishing activities on inland rivers including the use of set lines, gill nets, cross lines and fish traps go to extreme lengths to hide their unlawful activities from both other fishers and from Fisheries Officers. In …

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Trolling for quality golden perch

Trolling golden perch

Being a dedicated freshwater angler, one of my favourite pastimes is chasing the golden perch residing in many of our stocked impoundments. Trolling golden perch Specifically, looking for fish over 2kg. Trolling golden perch The first step in our quest for goldens is to select a location. Trolling golden perch Not all impoundments will suit our needs. As an example, …

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Mini Queensland lap – Big Crystal Creek

Big Crystal Creek

Getting away from the rat race and exploring our amazing country is awesome. Big Crystal Creek You seem to put the stresses of normal day-to-day life in the background and focus on what each day holds. Big Crystal Creek Unfortunately, when you finally point the car and van in the direction of home, the realisation that the way of life …

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Safe travel through Gulf country

Safe travel Gulf

Hi all, the Gulf country of northwestern Queensland is a vast area of isolated stations, towns and diverse landscapes. Safe travel Gulf It has the ability to sneak up on the unwary and give you a swift kick in the behind if you’re not careful, but a bit of common sense and awareness can keep your family safe while enjoying …

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Operation Guardian getting results along our inland rivers

Fisheries Officers continue to wrack up the results as part of Operation Guardian along our inland waterways after the recent apprehension of fishers engaged in illegal fish trapping. Since Operation Guardian began, Fisheries Officers in the North West of the state have spent many hours in the field detecting and deterring illegal activity and have seized 50 wire fish traps …

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