Searing Tackle turns up the heat with Damiki
30/12/2010: Damiki Craft International is a South Korean Based company with over 25 years of fishing experience. Damiki manufactures a wide range of fishing tackle that is sold in America, Japan, Korea, Australia, South Africa, South America, as well as Europe.
Searing Tackle are the authorised licensed importers of Damiki Craft International in Australia.
Damiki baits are produced in two ranges; the first being the Pro Anglers Choice (PAC) and the other...Read here
Maria Lures Reviewed
01/10/2010: Maria lures are a 100% designed and manufactured Japanese lure by the Yamaria Corporation which coincidently produces Yamashita products such as the famed range of Yamashita squid jigs.
The Yamaria Company are certainly not a new player in the fishing industry as they have been manufacturing quality tackle since 1941.
With nearly 70 years in the fishing industry under their belt, their extensive experience is clearly...Read here
I&I NSW work to uncover facts about oyster winter mortality
16/08/2010: Industry & Investment NSW researchers at the Elizabeth Macarthur Agricultural Institute (EMAI) and the Port Stephens Fisheries Institute are working to find the cause of a disease that has impacted many oyster farms along the NSW coast.
EMAI research scientist, Dr Cheryl Jenkins, said the project aimed to find the cause of the Winter Mortality Syndrome which impacts Sydney rock oysters in estuaries south of Port Stephens.
"Winter Mortality Syndrome is responsible for significant losses of Sydney rock oysters each year, however..........Read More
Lower Hawkesbury River warning to recreational fishers
30/07/2010: Industry & Investment NSW has issued a precautionary warning to recreational fishers in Patonga Creek, Brisbane Waters, Broken Bay and surrounding areas after positive results for Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP) were detected in some parts of the Lower Hawkesbury River.
As a precautionary measure people are advised to avoid collecting and eating bivalve molluscs (such as oysters, mussels, cockles, pipis and scallops) in the Patonga Creek, Brisbane Waters, Broken Bay and Hawkesbury River Mouth areas. Advisory signage will be put up in effected areas.
People should seek medical advice if they feel unwell after consuming..........Read More
Free forum for recreational fishers.
09/04/2010: Two international guest speakers with 65 years combined experience in conserving and rehabilitating fish habitats will headline this years Fishers for Fish Habitat Forum to be held in Lake Macquarie on 4 and 5 June 2010.
Industry & Investment NSW Conservation Action Unit Manager, Craig Copeland said the speakers will bring a wealth of experience to the forum.
"The Fishers for Fish Habitat Forum is a free event for recreational fishers interested in ensuring..........Read More
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