AFTA Chair’s Report – January 2023

AFTA Chair’s Report – January 2023

Warning to all political policy decision-makers: “taking away recreational fishing rights and access will be the peril of your own making; recreational fishers have had enough!!” The Hon Bob Baldwin AFTA Independant Chair AFTA Chairs Report January 2023...
AFTA Chair’s Report – January 2023

AFTA Chair’s Report December 2022

“Lesson to all government experts: Fish stocks won’t increase whilst you allow the commercial sector to fish during the species spawning whilst shutting out recreational fishers!” The Hon Bob Baldwin AFTA Independant Chair AFTA Chairs Report December...
AFTA Chair’s Report – January 2023

AFTA Chair’s Report – November 2022

Message to all Politicians and Advisers, Good Recreational Fishing Policy is built on engagement with, and an understanding of what the recreational fishing sector actually needs, not what a disconnected desktop departmental bureaucrat determines. The Hon Bob Baldwin...
AFTA Chair’s Report – January 2023

AFTA Chair’s Report – October 2022

it is pointless to shut down the recreational fishing sector during spawning periods yet apply no restriction on the commercial sector. It defies logic if sustainability is truly the goal. The Hon Bob Baldwin AFTA Independant Chair AFTA Chairs Report October 2022...
AFTA Chair’s Report – January 2023

AFTA Chair’s Report – September 2022

  The Recreational Fishing community need to engage directly with their Local MP on issues of concern, just like other groups such as the Greens do, we cannot just leave it to others! The Hon Bob Baldwin AFTA Independant Chair AFTA Chairs Report September 2022  ...
AFTA Chair’s Report – January 2023

AFTA Chair’s Report – August 2022

AFTA advises members never to complete loaded surveys that simply give the Government the answer they are looking for; it is akin to putting your head on the chopping block with the only option being Guillotine or the Broad-Axe!! The Hon Bob Baldwin AFTA Independant...