Anglers Alliance Tasmania Inc. (AAT) was formed in January 2006 as the peak body representing the interests of all Tasmanian fresh water anglers. AAT is recognized by Government and as such receives financial assistance for administration from Government through the Inland Fisheries Service (IFS).
The Australian Recreational Fishing Foundation (ARFF) was formed in 2012 as the peak national body and the key voice for Australia's recreational fishing community. This community consists of all recreational fishers and those who support them, including fishing tackle and outdoor goods suppliers, boat and boating accessory suppliers , and providers of accommodation and fishing services.
Part of Tasmania's island advantage is the waters that surround our State, and the unique sea life that it supports. The Department is responsible for the management of our sea fisheries and has a strong focus on education and promoting public awareness. Marine farming, which is also regulated by the Department, has expanded rapidly in Tasmania in the past decade to become one of Tasmania's major industries.
Andrew Ettingshausen is probably Australia's best known recreational TV fisher. Andrews fishing shows are very popular with his website providing very informative information, videos, tips and advise
Fishing & Boating Tasmania has the simple aim of creating an online community and information hub connecting fisherman, boating enthusiasts and businesses in a friendly, safe environment. We encourage open and honest discussion and promote responsible fishing and boating at all times, with an emphasis on the fun side of these pastimes.
Fishing in Tasmania has been around in many forms for many years! It's a place for grass roots anglers from around Tasmania, and Australia, to read about what's happening in the Island State plus a place to post information about fishing.
Provides access to factual information on recreational fishing.
IFS has an obligation to manage Tasmania's freshwater resources in a sustainable manner, so that the best use is made of them while ensuring that Tasmania's freshwater fauna and its habitat are protected for the benefit of future generations.
MAST is a statutory authority established to manage functions relating to the safe operation of all recreational boats and commercial vessels up to 500 tones, or 35 metres in length, in Tasmania. MAST manages the registration of vessels, licensing of motor boat operators and the management of moorings.
Welcome to the website for the climate change impacts and adaptation report card for Australia 2009. The report card summarises knowledge on climate change impacts, identifies knowledge gaps and addresses key adaptation. More than 70 authors from 35 universities and organisations were involved in production of the Report Card.
The Federal Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry has announced the release of a marine pest website. The series of national biofouling management guidelines, marine pest identification guide and national control plans for established pests.
A new and interactive website invites the Tasmanian community to spot, log and map marine species that are uncommon in Tasmania, or along particular parts of our coast.
Reidy's Lures have been known in North Australian fishing circles for nearly 30 years and with this vast amount of experience we can continue producing quality made lures. It is important that our lures are capable of catching fish when fishing is tough and with many awards at fishing competitions and tournaments Reidy's Lures are proud to be among the leading lure designers and manufacturers not only in Australia but around the world.
Fishing can at times be a hazardous if not dangerous recreational activity if the weather and sea conditions are ignored. The recreational Fishing Alliance of NSW (RFANSW) and the Australian National Sportfishing Association (ANSA) in conjunction with Surf Lifesaving Australia have developed a website that has a wealth of information, resources and even a free Rock Fishing Safety DVD. Check out their website for handy tips and information.
SCBOOT provides access to charter boat operators who conduct their chater operations in a responsible manner but also seek collectively to improve those operations.
Welcome to the home of fishing in Tasmania.
The Tasmanian Aquaculture and Fisheries Institute (TAFI) is a marine research centre that supports the development and sustainable management of our living marine resources.
Tasfish.com is the online site for Tasmanian Fishing and Boating News. Tasfish specializes in the latest news on fishing in Tasmania. Tasmanian Fishing and Boating is a bi-monthly fishing newspaper that started in 1995 by Mike Stevens. It features current fishing options for Tasmania and is the only way to get the latest and greatest on Tasmanian fishing. Available at all leading newagents.
The TGFA oversees the administration of Game Fishing in Tasmanian waters and also liases with other state associations with regard to issues effecting fisheries bordering each other.