All posts tagged "kingfish"

  • Kingfish secrets revealed thanks to our fishing licence fees

    By Dr. Corey GreenSenior Fisheries Scientist, Victorian Fisheries Authority Prior to the early 1990’s, yellowtail kingfish (Seriola lalandi) were commonly caught by recreational anglers at various offshore locations across Victoria, primarily in the warmer months. While the historic abundance...

  • Steer Clear in the Rip

    VRFish, in conjunction with Victorian Ports Corporation Melbourne (VPCM), promote safety when fishing in the rip through the Steer Clear in the Rip campaign. Steer Clear in the Rip encourages fishers and boaters to remain vigilant in Port Phillip...

  • FAD’s Trial to Expand Across Surf Coast

    VRFish joined Torquay Angling Club, Lorne Aquatic and Angling Club and the Victorian Fisheries Authority to celebrate the return of Torquay’s FAD’s (Fish Aggregation Devices) and two brand new FAD’s which will be installed off Lorne and Airley’s Inlet in the coming weeks. ...

  • Steer Clear of Big Ships in the Rip

    VRFish, in conjunction with Victorian Ports Corporation Melbourne (VPCM), have refreshed the ‘Steer Clear in the Rip’ campaign ahead of kingfish season in Port Phillip Bay. The ‘Steer Clear in the Rip’ campaign encourages fishers and boaters to remain vigilant...

  • Steer Clear of Ships in the Rip

    During the Easter break, many Victorian’s will take the opportunity to get out onto the water for a fish with family and friends. With Port Phillip Bay being a popular area for fishing, boating and yachting as well as...

  • The King of Kings

    By Dr. Corey Green, Fisheries Scientist, Fisheries Victoria Recreational anglers are taking advantage of exceptional opportunities to target gamefish along Victoria’s coastline. Landing southern bluefin tuna, albacore and swordfish in small boats is no longer a rare occurrence. Similarly,...

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