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Expedition Lionfish promotes awareness and gauges impact of species
By John Bell, Fort Lauderdale ,
2:25 PM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
The latest tool in the battle against Florida’s alarming lionfish invasion will be deployed this month at Nova Southeastern University’s Oceanographic Center in Port Everglades, Florida. From June 27 to 29, the five-person manned submersible Antipodes will take scientists on a series of dives to study the growing lionfish population. ...
Missing link of how fishes triumphed over toxic oceans revealed
By ARC Centre of Excellence, ,
9:20 AM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
An international team of scientists have revealed a missing link in the story of how the fishes triumphed over toxic oceans and past climate changes. ...
Three young freshwater anglers honored by FWC
By Bob Wattendorf, ,
9:13 AM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
Three young freshwater anglers, a team of two and an individual, were honored by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) with plaques for special accomplishments at the FWC’s public meeting in Lakeland. ...
The mighty Murray Cod on video
By Marc Ainsworth, ,
9:05 AM Wed 19 Jun 2013 GMT
The Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI) Arthur Rylah Institute (ARI) researchers are using video to assess the effectiveness of putting habitat for native fish back into rivers across Victoria. ...
Melbourne Boat Show sales success, despite weather
By Jeni Bone,
9:23 PM Tue 18 Jun 2013 GMT
The largest indoor boat show in the southern hemisphere, the Melbourne Boat Show ran 14-17 June at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, and by all accounts, it was a success in terms of numbers, sales and interest. ...
GPSMAP 8000 series and glass helm display
By Garmin, ,
8:28 PM Tue 18 Jun 2013 GMT
The newest piece of marine tech from Garmin at the recent Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, the GPSMAP 8000 MFD and GPSMAP 8500 Black Box series. ...
25th Sydney International Boat Show - countdown begins!
By BIA NSW,
8:11 PM Tue 18 Jun 2013 GMT
The 2013 Sydney International Boat Show (August 1-5) will mark the 25th occasion that Darling Harbour has played host to Australia’s boating industry. ...
Recreational Boating is US$121 Billion Economic Driver for US
7:23 PM Tue 18 Jun 2013 GMT
The National Marine Manufacturers Association (NMMA) has announced that recreational boating in the US has an annual economic value of US$121 billion. The industry’s rising tide supports 964,000 American jobs and 34,833 businesses, generates US$40 billion in annual labor income and drives US$83 billion in annual spending. ...
Seabird death toll rising: new research
By Media Services, ,
7:11 PM Tue 18 Jun 2013 GMT
Fishing vessels that deploy gill nets snare and drown at least 400,000 seabirds every year, and the actual figure could be considerably higher, according to research published in the June edition of an academic journal devoted to conservation. ...
Skenes Creek now with better access for anglers
By Marc Ainsworth, ,
8:22 AM Tue 18 Jun 2013 GMT
Recreational anglers now have better access to the waters at Skenes Creek thanks to a $32,000 project funded by recreational fishing licence fees ...
Squid - Do I eat them or use them for bait? Sometimes I can’t decide
By Gary Brown, new south wales ,
12:38 PM Mon 17 Jun 2013 GMT
Chasing squid back in my very early days was mainly so that I could use them for bait when targeting snapper, kingfish and mulloway. Now days I can’t seem to make up my mind as to whether I am going to use them for bait or eat them. ...
$5m in grants available for boating infrastructure projects
By Roads and Maritime Services, ,
4:20 AM Mon 17 Jun 2013 GMT
The call has gone out for applications from councils, boating clubs and community groups for boating infrastructure projects under the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) Better Boating Program (BBP). ...
AIMEX & Superyacht Australia join Australian-made campaign
By AIMEX, ,
4:09 AM Mon 17 Jun 2013 GMT
The Australian International Marine Export Group (AIMEX) and the Australian Made Campaign are joining forces to promote the marine export and superyacht industries. ...
Berthsuite.com offers online ease for boaties
By Brent Rohrlac, ,
4:02 AM Mon 17 Jun 2013 GMT
Launched at Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show, Berthsuite.com is a web-based booking system designed to provide boat owners with an incredibly fast and easy to use method of booking their next berth or mooring – whether last minute or up to 12 months in advance. ...
Sirocco Marine launches new BRIG website
By Propel PR, ,
3:43 AM Mon 17 Jun 2013 GMT
Leading inflatable boat distributor, Sirocco Marine, has launched a new website for BRIG Australia - www.brig.com.au ...
In search of Albacore - Part 2
By Jarrod Day, Melbourne ,
4:17 PM Sun 16 Jun 2013 GMT
Last week we looked at Part 1 of targeting Large Albacore and this week we take a look into the tackle and tactics required to be successful. ...
So many winter options!
By Lee Brake, Mackay, Queensland ,
4:02 PM Sun 16 Jun 2013 GMT
This week Lee Brake helps you decide how best to beat those winter doldrums in North Queensland. He tells you what species to chase depending on what the weather and tides are doing so that you can effectively plan your next weekend on the water. ...
Inaugural Cruising Masterclass at the Sydney International Boat Show *Feature
By Nancy Knudsen,
9:39 AM Sun 16 Jun 2013 GMT
Maybe you know a lot about sailing, but do you know all you need to know for cruising? Are you up to date with the latest sailing aids? safety systems? Technology? Do you know all about snubbers, sentinels, Med Hooks? If the answer is no or maybe, then attend the Cruising Masterclass at the Sydney Boat Show, 3/4 August. You'll never regret it. It's free in the inaugural year but must be reserved ...
Britain's Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) is concerned
By Joanne Groenenberg, MCA,
9:46 PM Sat 15 Jun 2013 GMT
Britain's Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) is concerned - and other safety-oriented organisations may well be too. The MCA is concerned because they are aware of the development and marketing of hand-held non-pyrotechnic devices or Electronic Visual Distress Signals (EVDS) that are being offered as alternatives to pyrotechnic flares. ...
SA's Winter Warmer - Southern Bluespot Flathead
By Shane Murton, ADELAIDE ,
6:46 AM Sat 15 Jun 2013 GMT
When the first heavy rains and brutal low fronts of winter hit South Australia it usually signals the end of many fishing opportunities that may have been enjoyed over the warmer months. ...
Sail-World Site Upgrade
By The Editorial Team,
10:17 PM Fri 14 Jun 2013 GMT
Please note this site is currently undergoing an upgrade and for next few hours, while we have the latest news, some of the stories from over the last week won't be displayed. These will all appear in a rush shortly.
So if you are looking for news from the last few days, please log back on later. ...
Positive changes to fishing regulations announced
By Ministry for Primary Industries, ,
8:37 AM Fri 14 Jun 2013 GMT
Primary Industries Minister announces positive changes to fishing regulations Nathan Guy, Primary Industries Minister, has announced changes to regulatory controls of some of New Zealand’s most valuable fisheries, including a decision to extend consultation on the Otago/Southland Paua fisheries review. ...
Elderly fisherman rescued from icy lake
By Ken McManus, ,
7:48 AM Fri 14 Jun 2013 GMT
Volunteers from Marine Rescue Kioloa and Ulladulla rescued an elderly fisherman last night from the icy waters of Burrill Lake in the Illawarra after a four-hour search. ...
Dangerous sea conditions Australia's Victorian border to Smoky Cape
By Roads and Maritime Services,
7:30 AM Fri 14 Jun 2013 GMT
Following a Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) warning about dangerous surf conditions from the Victorian border to Smoky Cape on the mid north coast tomorrow Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) has issued an alert. ...
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