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Introducing Simrad VHF Radio & Class-B AIS Systems Introducing Simrad VHF Radio & Class-B AIS Systems The complete modular VHF solution Simrad Yachting announced today a pair of premium multi-station black box marine radio systems - the Simrad RS100 and RS100-B. by Andrew Golden Posted 29 Oct 17:04 UTC Recreational sea fishing licences now available Recreational sea fishing licences now available For abalone, rock lobster, scallops, nets and set line at Service Tasmania Recreational sea fishing licences for abalone, rock lobster, scallops, nets and set lines are now available online and at Service Tasmania. by DPIPWE Fishing Posted 28 Oct 23:51 UTC Tasmanian Rock Lobster Season opens this Sunday Tasmanian Rock Lobster Season opens this Sunday You can have a pot on state waters (except in the ECSRZ) The recreational rock lobster season opens this Sunday, 1 November in all waters except the East Coast Stock Rebuilding Zone (ECSRZ). by DPIPWE Fishing Posted 28 Oct 22:50 UTC Swansea Channel dredging work more than doubled Swansea Channel dredging work more than doubled Dredging work currently under way at the entrance to Lake Macquarie. Transport for NSW will carry out twice the amount of planned dredging of Swansea Channel, thanks to an additional $300,000 in NSW Government funding. by Penny Robins Posted 28 Oct 10:38 UTC Video: How do you shuck an oyster? Video: How do you shuck an oyster? Demonstrating the Chesapeake stab method John Paul Sebatier and Johnny of Rappahannock Oyster Bar in Washington D.C. demonstrate the Chesapeake stab method of shucking oysters. by NOAA Fisheries Posted 25 Oct 15:48 UTC Bravo 1 FS prop makes pro fisher faster and higher Bravo 1 FS prop makes pro fisher faster and higher It's all come together perfectly for North Queensland Barra specialist, Craig Griffiths It's all come together perfectly for North Queensland Barra specialist, Craig Griffiths. by Mercury Marine Posted 25 Oct 06:55 UTC Mercury Marine and Beneteau strengthen partnership Mercury Marine and Beneteau strengthen partnership Beneteau customers will be able to take advantage of even more competitive outboard boat-and-engine. Mercury Marine has announced an expanded partnership with Beneteau on a global scale to leverage both companies' leadership position and offer Beneteau customers Mercury power on 2021 models. by Mercury Marine Posted 24 Oct 04:24 UTC Great Barrier Reef Knowledege System Great Barrier Reef Knowledege System A key initiative of the Reef 2050 Plan is the Reef 2050 Integrated Monitoring and Reporting Program Reef 2050 Long-Term Sustainability Plan was developed by the Australian and Queensland governments, together with partners, including Traditional Owners, industry, scientists and communities, as an overarching strategy for managing the Great Barrier Reef. by GBRMPA Posted 24 Oct 02:43 UTC The way forward The way forward From 15m to 150m the word impact is well and truly part of the new vocabulary From 15m to 150m the word impact is well and truly part of the new vocabulary. Oceanco have just had their first NXT seminar, and then in the shorter LOA bracket, we have seen a lot of solar and hybrid action too. by John Curnow, Global Editor, Powerboat-World.com Posted 23 Oct 02:00 UTC Help rebuild the iconic striped bass fishery Help rebuild the iconic striped bass fishery Managers vote to reduce Atlantic menhaden quota by 10% The ASA supports the vote by the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission's Atlantic Menhaden Management Board to reduce the Atlantic menhaden quota by 10 percent, establishing a quota of 194,400 metric tons for 2021 and 2022 fishing seasons. by American Sportfishing Association Posted 22 Oct 14:27 UTC Good news for Bream numbers in Gippsland Lakes Good news for Bream numbers in Gippsland Lakes Black bream take about six years to reach the minimum size of 28cm A survey of black bream spawning success in the Gippsland Lakes has recorded its second highest level of the last ten years. by Joel Peterson Posted 21 Oct 22:50 UTC TMS Tuesday - Mantagua Navipro LED Nav Lights TMS Tuesday - Mantagua Navipro LED Nav Lights James talks us through the latest additions For TMS Tuesday this week, James talks us through the latest additions to the Mantagua LED Lights range...the Navipro. by Matt Churchward, TMS Posted 20 Oct 20:59 UTC Hunting, Fishing Groups on 30 by 30 Concept Hunting, Fishing Groups on 30 by 30 Concept A goal of placing 30% of the planet's lands and waters under protected status The nation's leading hunting, fishing, and habitat conservation organizations released a statement on the Thirty by Thirty Initiative to establish a goal of placing 30% of the planet's lands and waters under protected status by the year 2030. by American Sportfishing Association Posted 20 Oct 17:19 UTC Fishing Tasmania with Fishcakes Fishing Tasmania with Fishcakes Fishcakes are now being made in Tasmania I've touched on the use of Fishcakes before and whilst many think that these are something you purchase from a fish and chip shop, they are an awesome bit of tackle that can be used to help you get amongst some big fish. by Carl Hyland Posted 19 Oct 22:06 UTC What to do? What to do? There wasn't really a question in it; this person is very industrious To be honest, it is not really a question you have to ask of the subject of today's Editorial. She's a ball of energy with a fantastic work ethic, an enduring smile, and a certain tenacity that reminds you of the claws below a wedge-tailed eagle. by John Curnow. Editor, Sail-World AUS Posted 18 Oct 21:00 UTC Top 10 baits from Lake of the Ozarks Top 10 baits from Lake of the Ozarks Jigs and topwaters - that's pretty much all you need when it comes to fall in the Ozarks Jigs and topwaters - that's pretty much all you need when it comes to fall in the Ozarks. Sure enough, nearly every angler in the top 10 utilized one or both. Though, there were a few wrinkles thrown in the help set anglers apart. by Sean Ostruszka and Jacob Fine Posted 18 Oct 14:42 UTC How to read a fish finder How to read a fish finder How we can share the water safely and catch more fish As kayak fishermen and women, we are often sharing the water with motor boats. In heavily trafficked areas such as bays, marinas and harbours you won't always see complete harmony between different types of watercraft users. by Rick Wallace Posted 17 Oct 15:09 UTC TMS Tuesday - Uniteck UNILEDBAR Lights TMS Tuesday - Uniteck UNILEDBAR Lights This week Nick shows us the finer details This week Nick shows us the finer details of the Uniteck Uniledbar (LED bar lights). The range is available for trade order on the Technical Marine Supplies website. by Matt Churchward, TMS Posted 15 Oct 14:53 UTC Godfrey debuts two fish-specific additions Godfrey debuts two fish-specific additions Equipped with a dedicated fishing station with a livewell Godfrey Marine, manufacturer of pontoons built with enduring quality and superior craftsmanship, announced today two new additions to its luxury line of Monaco Pontoons, the MC235 FS and the MC255 FS. by Wally Ross Posted 15 Oct 12:29 UTC East Coast squid closure East Coast squid closure Including Great Oyster Bay and Mercury Passage A reminder to fishers that waters around the upper south east coast including Great Oyster Bay and Mercury Passage will be closed from 15 October to 14 November inclusive to protect spawning squid and calamari. by DPIPWE Fishing Posted 13 Oct 21:06 UTC
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