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OzFish would like to thank our major partner BCF for their shared commitment in helping to restore and protect fish habitat and the future of recreational fishing in Australia.
Native fish in the MDB are receiving a welcome drink following the unprecedented management decision to use environmental flows from two rivers to protect them and help them to survive and thrive in the future read more.
The Inland Waterways Rejuvination Association and OzFish Chapter based in Dubbo held their 9th Annual Easter Fishing Classic read more
Bring Back the Running River Imagine a lower Murray where fishers can reliably catch and release 20kg Murray cod. Where fish and other aquatic animals thrive in a healthy river. …..this can be done with little or no extra water from the MDB Plan read more.
An Environmental Contingency Allowance of water in Chaffey Dam has been allocated for the environment in an effort to try and help the river deal with the ecological consequences of increasing the capacity of the Dam read more.
Speculation that the proposed changes in the northern part of the Murray-Darling Basin would be bad for the environment has generated stories that fall short of explaining the full picture for recreational anglers and our native fish read more.
Find out how flows help native fish grow, survive and thrive, what NSW Department of Primary Industries is doing to boost awareness of fish and flows science and engagement, and how you can help read more.
Aussie anglers spend hours on the water fishing so it’s no surprise that the slightest change to their local fishing spot doesn’t go unnoticed read more
Today shellfish reefs were deployed, in Pumicestone Passage along with a biodegradable reef made from potato starch – designed in the Netherlands and trialed for the first time in Australia watch news
In fishing there are no guarantees except one – there is no catching fish if there are no fish to catch read more
Mangroves are a common sight around Moreton Bay and the Gold Coast, fringing local waterways and covering many of the islands read more
In this video Matthew Hansen from OzFish tells us about a project that aims to increase populations of native fish by improving the health of the riparian zone read more
A newly formed fish habitat conservation
organisation is partnering with VRFish to help
fight one of the biggest threats to recreational
fishing – the decline of fish habitat read more