“Labor will commit $2 million to upgrade boat ramps and improve amenities like parking, toilets and fish cleaning stations.
SFF Tasmania – Draft Policy Recreational Sea Fisheries Policy Preface Recreational sea fishing in Tasmania has been occurring for generations and is very much entrenched in the...
“We represent over 100,000 Tasmanian recreational fishers who are keen to see policies and commitments that demonstrate the value they place on recreational fishers and the Tasmanian way of life.” TARFish CEO, Jane Gallichan
Tasmania Election Policy – (Liberal) Investing in Improved Facilities for Recreational Fishers and Local Communities
A re-elected Majority Liberal Government has categorically ruled out new taxes and levies for recreational fishing in Tasmania.
The Tasmanian election will be held on the 1st May 2021
This year on March 21st, Shimano celebrated its centennial anniversary, a significant milestone in its history. Shimano began from the dreams that Shozaburo Shimano, a knife...
Have your say on legalising bowfishing for Carp in inland waters.... The NSW Government has opened public discussion for the legalisation of bowfishing for carp in specified...
The NSW DPI/AFTA “Fish For Life – Clean Up Your Fishing Spot” initiative aims to build on the success of Clean Up Australia Day by involving grassroots fishers in organising regular clean ups of key fishing locations around the State.
Recreational fishing quota is set by “bag limits” and should not be shut down just because the commercial sector has reached its quota.