Recreational fishers are being reminded to familiarise themselves with the correct procedures for handling Murray Cod, as the catch and release season gets underway on New Year’s Day.
The State Government will release 100,000 Murray Cod fingerlings in the South Australian section of the River Murray as part of an ongoing trial to boost the local population.
Holiday makers and fishers are reminded to make themselves aware of the latest fishing rules ahead of the busy Christmas and New Year holiday period.
The most popular fishing spot in South Australia is the Spencer Gulf and King George Whiting, Blue Swimmer Crabs and Tommy Ruff are caught and kept more than any other species, latest survey results show.
South Australians are invited to provide feedback on the preferred location for the state’s first trial reef project.
A comprehensive report outlining the stock status of 45 fish species in South Australia has been released.
The 2016 Tide Tables for South Australian Ports has just been released.
The Volunteer Marine Rescue squadron in Cowell has a new vessel – the Sea Viper.
The Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (DEWNR) is intending to raise the water level in the weir pools at locks 2 and 5 of the River Murray
More than $1.1 million will be invested in volunteer marine search and rescue operations across South Australia this year including grant funding for services on the Yorke Peninsula.