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Industry
People
PROJECT NUMBER • 2005-322
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Establishing a recreational fishing working group to develop a national implementation plan R, D and E.

Following the success of the National Strategy for the Survival of Released Line Caught Fish it was considered that a national approach needed to be developed to address a broader range of recreational fisheries R,D&E issues. A workshop was held in Hobart in August 2005 to determine the...
ORGANISATION:
Recfish Australia
Adoption
PROJECT NUMBER • 2011-502
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

RFIDS: Australian National Recreational Fishing Conference 2012

Holding a national conference was identified as a priority project by the Federal Minister's Recreational Fishing Advisory Committee (RFAC) and developed as part of "Recreational fishing in Australia - 2011 and beyond: a national industry development strategy". The conference was held on 17-19...
ORGANISATION:
Recfish Australia
Environment
People
PROJECT NUMBER • 2009-314
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Strengthening partnerships and relationships within the recreational fishing sector

Currently across Australia there are a number of formal, non-formal and ad hoc or loosely aligned industry groups representing specific sectoral interests within the recreational fishing industry. While each group has a specific cause and unique constituency, unnecessary duplication, ineffective...
ORGANISATION:
Recfish Australia
Industry
PROJECT NUMBER • 1999-165
PROJECT STATUS:
COMPLETED

Evaluating the benefits of recreational fishing

In 1984 a world conference on recreational fishing was held in France. Since then, there had not been a world gathering to discuss and share information regarding recreational fishing. European countries gathered, in Ireland, in 1996 to confer over recreational fishing but this focused only on...
ORGANISATION:
Recfish Australia
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