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Response to the Green Paper Recommendations
Written by Sunfish
Created / Updated on Monday 10th of October 2016
Sunfish Queensland supports the review into the management protocols of Fisheries Queensland. We do however believe that our fisheries stocks are generally in good health when compared in an international context. To maintain the healthy stocks and improve those in lesser abundance management of our fisheries needs to move forward and not cling to processes of the past.

We support the vision, goals and areas of reform proposed but the greatest challenges will be resourcing, data, com .....
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2014-15 Sunfish Queensland Grand Projects
Written by Judy Lynne
Created / Updated on Wednesday 14th of September 2016
This year the weather was considerably more favourable to us. Kid’s Fishing Days were run covering coastal, estuarine, fresh water and impoundments. These events were attended by about 978 kids, 208 instructors and coaches and 154 parents and carers. Each child attending received tackle specific to the local conditions. There were taught how to both use that tackle and care for it. On the days, lunch was provided and varied from the traditional sausage sizzle to red claw on the barbi .....
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2016 Program Report
Created / Updated on Wednesday 14th of September 2016
This program we saw 1287 children attend an event with 876 parents or carers assisting and 311 coaches and instructors. Events were held from one end of the state to the other. Some of these locations were Moreton Island, Bribie Island, Hayes Inlet, Raby Bay, Wivenhoe Dam, Cabbage Tree Creek, Caloundra, Burketown, Cloncurry, Mt. Isa, Dawson River, Paradise Dam, Kearney Springs, Broadwater, Quart Pot Creek, Mareeba, Townsville and Roma Street Parklands. It was a great year with respect to .....
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News Article

Written by Judy Lynne
Created / Updated on Friday 13th of November 2015

SUNFISH QLD was formed in 1993 out of the Queensland Sport and Recreational Fishing Council (QSRFC) which had been operational for some 20 years.

Representing all recreational anglers as well as members, SUNFISH QLD is the state's peak recreational fishing group and consults all the major Statewide fishing organizations such as:

Australian Underwater Federation Queensland (AUFQ) Queensland Amateur Fishing Clubs Association (QAFCA) Queensland Game Fishing Associat .....
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Created / Updated on Friday 13th of November 2015
One of the principal aims should be to foster the welfare, conservation and enhancement of fish species/stocks for present and future generations. SUNFISH shares the philosophy of other fishing organizations that recreational and sport fishing habitats are economic, social and recreational assets of inestimable value which must be maintained, wisely used and protected. Fishing is an important activity, which the angling public must be educated to pursue in a manner consistent .....
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