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Stacer’s Ocean Rangers are now tougher than ever Stacer’s Ocean Rangers are now tougher than ever The new 589 Ocean Ranger now features more freeboard at 730mm, bringing the model in line with the rest of the range. Due to customer demand Stacer has released two new models in their plate range to now include the 589 and 619 Ocean Ranger Hard Tops offering a more budget friendly option that is still packed with power and strength. by Wynnum Marine Posted on 17 Aug Shark 'trophy' hunters land in hot water Shark 'trophy' hunters land in hot water Two young men who removed the jaws of a dead Great White Shark have found themselves in trouble with the law. Two young men who removed the jaws of a dead Great White Shark have found themselves in trouble with the law. by Alan Everett Posted on 16 Aug Port Phillip Bay Fishers gather to celebrate Bay fishing Port Phillip Bay Fishers gather to celebrate Bay fishing Jaala Pulford welcomed key fishing industry representatives and recreational anglers to Port Phillip Bay Conference Minister for Agriculture, Jaala Pulford today welcomed key fishing industry representatives and recreational anglers to the first Port Phillip Bay Conference in Altona. by Tom Whitty Posted on 13 Aug Trout opening festival expands to include Ballarat Trout opening festival expands to include Ballarat To welcome opening of trout fishing season Goulburn Fishing Festival will be joined by a similar event at Ballarat To welcome the opening of the 2016 trout fishing season in rivers the popular Goulburn Fishing Festival will be joined by a similar family-friendly event at Ballarat this year on Saturday 3 September. by Nick Foster Posted on 12 Aug TowBoatUS Ocean City removes harmful fishing nets TowBoatUS Ocean City removes harmful fishing nets Earlier this summer, three miles of open water was all that separated two efforts to protect and nurture marine life Earlier this summer, three miles of open water was all that separated two efforts to protect and nurture marine life on the Atlantic Coast. by D. Scott Croft Posted on 12 Aug Mansfield trout conference a must for anglers Mansfield trout conference a must for anglers Recreational anglers can learn about Victoria’s wild trout fisheries at a free one day conference on Saturday 5 November Recreational anglers can learn more about Victoria’s wild trout fisheries at a free one day conference on Saturday 5 November at Mansfield. by Nick Foster Posted on 10 Aug Angler exceeds calamari catch limit at Portarlington Angler exceeds calamari catch limit at Portarlington A 69-year old man from Portarlington will be summons to appear in the Geelong Magistrates Court A 69-year old man from Portarlington will be summons to appear in the Geelong Magistrates Court later this year for allegedly exceeding the daily catch limit of calamari. by Melanie Curtis Posted on 9 Aug Brook trout to be stocked in Victoria Brook trout to be stocked in Victoria Brook trout are being released into Lake Purrumbete near Camperdown, the first official release of the fish in Victoria. Brook trout are being released into Lake Purrumbete near Camperdown this week, the first official release of the fish in Victoria. by Melanie Curtis Posted on 8 Aug Tasmanian trout season opens Tasmanian trout season opens With trout season opening next weekend, many are pondering where to go to wet a line, to try and catch a big fish With the trout season opening next weekend, many are pondering where to go to wet a line, especially to try and catch a big fish first off. Me, I’m going to local water, just in case the weather is crook or turns foul. by Carl Hyland Posted on 4 Aug Kids Polarised Sunglasses from Barz Optics Kids Polarised Sunglasses from Barz Optics Barz Optics have developed a quality range of junior polarised sunglasses ideal for sailing and fishing. Barz Optics have developed a quality range of junior polarised sunglasses ideal for sailing and fishing. Each pair are supplied with a neoprene case and sunglass retainer. by Barz Optics Posted on 4 Aug Scientists help fight native oyster parasite Scientists help fight native oyster parasite Agriculture Victoria scientists are taking extra step to investigate problematic parasite effecting native flat oysters. While the common pacific oyster remains under threat from a viral disease, Agriculture Victoria scientists are taking the extra step to investigate a problematic parasite effecting native flat oysters. by Nick Foster Posted on 1 Aug New Mercury 9.9hp outboard the lightest in class - with electric start New Mercury 9.9hp outboard the lightest in class - with electric start New model is not only easier to lift and carry than competitive products, its compact design means it’s simple to handle Weighing in from just 26kg (57lbs), the new 169cc model is not only easier to lift and carry than competitive products, its compact design means it’s simple to handle. by Mercury Marine Posted on 29 Jul Three tips for any boater facing a powerful summer thunderstorm Three tips for any boater facing a powerful summer thunderstorm Recreational boaters and paddlers understand that late afternoon thunderstorms are common during summer boating season Recreational boaters and paddlers understand that late afternoon thunderstorms are common during the summer boating season. A recent incident involving two TowBoatUS Fort Lauderdale captains and their rescue of four kayakers pre-fishing a local tournament offers some lessons learned on how to survive an afternoon storm. by D. Scott Croft Posted on 28 Jul Doors open on Thursday for Sydney International Boat Show Doors open on Thursday for Sydney International Boat Show Doors open on Thursday for the 49th running of the Sydney International Boat Show. Doors open on Thursday for the 49th running of the Sydney International Boat Show. This year will prove to be educational, entertaining and a great day out for all the family. by BIA Posted on 27 Jul TowBoatUS Bay St. Louis now offers 24/7 on-water assistance to boaters TowBoatUS Bay St. Louis now offers 24/7 on-water assistance to boaters Capt. Conrad Morris, knows what it is like to get stuck on a sandbar in Mississippi Sound. Capt. Conrad Morris, the new owner of TowBoatUS Bay St. Louis, a 24-hour on-water towing and assistance service for recreational boaters, knows what it is like to get stuck on a sandbar in Mississippi Sound. “It happened to me countless times when I was a kid,” he said. “Sometimes we had to spend the night waiting for the tide to come in – there weren’t any towing services around back then.” by D. Scott Croft Posted on 27 Jul Lowrance® wins Readers' Choice Award Lowrance® wins Readers' Choice Award Readers of Game and Fish/Sportsman Magazine selected the Lowrance HDS Gen3 as their Favorite Fishfinder/GPS Lowrance®, a world-leading brand in fishing electronics since 1957, announced today that readers of Game and Fish/Sportsman Magazine selected the Lowrance HDS Gen3 as their Favorite Fishfinder/GPS in this year’s Readers’ Choice Awards. by Andrew Golden/Rushton Gregory Communications Posted on 21 Jul Fisheries Victoria praises good tuna fisher behavior Fisheries Victoria praises good tuna fisher behavior Fisheries Victoria has congratulated majority of south-west anglers and people who visited region on fishing actions Fisheries Victoria has congratulated the majority of south-west anglers and people who visited the region on their general positive fishing actions and behaviour so far in the Southern Bluefin tuna (SBT) season. by Melanie Curtis Posted on 21 Jul Pokémon Go and Boating - Three tips from BoatUS Pokémon Go and Boating - Three tips from BoatUS Pokémon Go, now has 21 million users every day – reportedly the most successful mobile game ever in the US. The reality-game-meets-exercise app currently taking the nation by storm, “Pokémon Go,” now has 21 million users every day – reportedly the most successful mobile game ever in the US. by D. Scott Croft Posted on 15 Jul Stop adding more ethanol to the nation’s gasoline supply Stop adding more ethanol to the nation’s gasoline supply On July 11, Margaret Podlich and David Kennedy, delivered over 24,000 comments to EPA Headquarters in Washington DC On July 11, Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS) President Margaret Podlich (L) and Government Affairs Manager David Kennedy (R), delivered over 24,000 comments from recreational boaters to EPA Headquarters in Washington DC to urge the agency to stop adding more ethanol to the nation’s gasoline supply. by D. Scott Croft Posted on 14 Jul Champion Angler joins Product Development Team Champion Angler joins Product Development Team Captain Ray Rosher has joined the company’s Product Development and Pro Staff Team. Leading boating and sportfishing products manufacturer Taco Marine® announced today that Captain Ray Rosher has joined the company’s Product Development and Pro Staff Team. by Taco Marine Posted on 14 Jul
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