Posts made in December, 2016


Social Licence


Posted on Dec 31, 2016

Social Licence is something all fisher people are going to hear a lot more about. No, it is NOT another licence with a fee attached. It is simply giving an emotional value to our sport of fishing and being very wary of how we promote it to the general public. There are many groups out there who have a very different perspective of what recreational fishing is about and are quick to seize upon and promote aspects of fishing that is...

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Recreational fishing for families is a valuable way of getting fresh air, exercise, fun and giving children some experience of where their healthy food comes from. Here is a recent short post by the Recreational Fishing Alliance of NSW. Great to see the regional councils like Ulladulla making areas like wharves and jetties available for families to fish off. Beats the lock outs in Sydney Harbour where the banning of fishing continues...

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Crab Fishing


Posted on Dec 23, 2016

From DPI Fisheries Offices  DPI Fisheries is conducting ‘Operation Portunus’ to raise awareness of the rules and regulations when fishing for crabs in NSW coastal waters. NSW DPI Fisheries compliance officers will be targeting illegal crabbing in an effort to increase sustainable crab fishing practices. We aim to reduce illegal crabbing across the board meaning everyone who takes or attempts to take crabs in NSW should refresh their...

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Crab Fishing


Posted on Dec 23, 2016

From DPI Fisheries Offices  DPI Fisheries is conducting ‘Operation Portunus’ to raise awareness of the rules and regulations when fishing for crabs in NSW coastal waters. NSW DPI Fisheries compliance officers will be targeting illegal crabbing in an effort to increase sustainable crab fishing practices. We aim to reduce illegal crabbing across the board meaning everyone who takes or attempts to take crabs in NSW should refresh their...

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Fishing Christmas Party 2016


Posted on Dec 15, 2016

Our Christmas party was a great success with over sixty people attending and happy participating in the fun and games. The party followed the Flathead Goblet measure-in  starting with lollies per table and a generous serve of prawns per table.  After a sumptuous spit roasted meal cooked by Scott Paul and assisted by John Shaw the fun and games started. Santa arrived complete with a Mrs Santa and two elves as attendants carrying a swag...

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