01 Feb 2013
February 1, 2013

July 2007 Newsletter

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Commercial Fishing July’s Newsletter Well winter is upon us all and some fishing has slowed due to some ordinary weather we are experiencing down here in Port Lincoln. Snapper fisherman are diversifying by cashing in on the abundant whiting and squid stocks in the local bays. Crayfishing fleet has tied up until November which is.. read more →

01 Feb 2013
February 1, 2013

June 2007 Newsletter

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Commercial Fishing, Supplying quality fishing gear and up to date news. Junes Newsletter Local Eastcoast Longline fishing catches improving with Winter coming on. Winter is almost here for the local longlining fishing fleet, this means colder water and better quality fish. Close in the ledge is producing smaller yellow fin and good quatities of bigeye.. read more →

01 Feb 2013
February 1, 2013

May 2007 Newsletter

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COMMERCIAL FISHING GEAR KEEPING YOU UP TO DATE IN OUR NEWS LETTERS. Tuna Harvest from farms starts for fresh market into Japan. Companies recently started harvesting their tuna for the fresh market in Japan. Quality of the fish is a higher standard this season with larger wild fish caught and towed back into cages by.. read more →

01 Feb 2013
February 1, 2013

April 2007 Newsletter

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COMMERCIAL FISHING GEAR APRIL NEWS LETTER. Hatchery achieves tuna break through. A World first has been achieved by Clean Seas Hatchery late in March. In a world first southern bluefin tuna male tuna have spawned in captivity at their hatchery. The company has successfully induced reproductive maturation among the male southern bluefin tuna (SBT) broodstock.. read more →

01 Feb 2013
February 1, 2013

March 2007 Newsletter

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Commercial Fishing March Newsletter Swordfish and Albacore Management. AFMA board have approved a continuation of the management arrangements for swordfish in the Eastern Tuna & Billfish fishery into this year 2007. The total allowable catch is 1,400 tonnes for 2007 to the 31st December 2007. Longline permit holders have new conditions on the Albacore fishery.. read more →