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Filesize: 190 KB    Date: 08 May 2018 18:07
Coral Reef Fin Fish Survey
These are the survey questions below and after each question you will find some additional information in blue from Sunfish Queensland to assist you in completing the survey. Please get as many people as you can to complete the survey.

Here is the link to the Discussion Paper

Here is the link to the Survey

Download the PDF to read more

Filesize: 199 KB    Date: 23 Apr 2018 11:11
Trawl Survey
These are the survey questions below and after each question you will find some additional information in blue from Sunfish Queensland to assist you in completing the survey. Please get as many people as you can to complete the survey.

Here is the link to the Discussion Paper https://publications.qld.gov.au/dataset/sfs-discussion-papers-fisheries-reform/resource/7f7b1769-e70a-4005-97b3-0403dbc6ec8

Here is the link to the Survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VPTH8FV

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Filesize: 280 KB    Date: 18 Apr 2018 13:56
Crab Regulation Review Survey
These are the survey questions below and after each question you will find some additional information in blue from Sunfish Queensland to assist you in completing the survey. Please get as many people as you can to complete the survey.

Here is the link to the Discussion Paper https://publications.qld.gov.au/dataset/sfs-discussion-papers-fisheries- reform/resource/dab96625-68d7-4149-bc1a-33104a005342

Here is the link to the Survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/9VG562X

Filesize: 277 KB    Date: 26 May 2018 10:22
QLD Fishers Regulation Ammendment
QUEENSLAND FISHERIES REGULATIONS AMENDMENT SUBMISSION
1. Modernize the objectives and recognize the interests of key stakeholder groups.

Most recreational fishers would agree that the current Fisheries Act does not support the vision of a vibrant, responsive and sustainable recreational fishery therefore should be updated to reflect the values of all sectors and not just from a primary production perspective. Recreational fishing, as well as traditional owners and the conservation sector need to be recognized equally as stakeholders within Queensland Fisheries. Whilst their respective share of individual fisheries will vary they are no less important than the commercial fishers and it is well past time that this is recognized and enacted by all levels of Fisheries governance and management.

Updated

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Filesize: 234 KB    Date: 26 May 2018 10:22
Trawl Review Submission
This is a submission by Sunfish Queensland, the peak body representing the interests of Queensland recreational fishers. This document has been distributed throughout our networks for comment and discussion prior to submission. Please consider this submission with appropriate weighting on behalf of those individuals, clubs and organizations who have been a part of this document’s preparation.

Updated

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Filesize: 333 KB    Date: 20 Apr 2018 23:26
East Coast Inshore Fisheries Survey
These are the survey questions below and after each question you will find some additional information in blue from Sunfish Queensland to assist you in completing the survey. Please get as many people as you can to complete the survey.

Here is the link to the Discussion Paper https://publications.qld.gov.au/dataset/sfs-discussion-papers-fisheries-reform/resource/bd3be825-c728-420a-a8c3-5c7d170ad268

Here is the link to the Survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/XCY6MK9

Or download the PDF to read more

Filesize: 323 KB    Date: 26 May 2018 10:25
East Coast Inshore Fishery
This is a submission by Sunfish Queensland, the peak body representing the interests of Queensland recreational fishers. This document has been distributed throughout our networks for comment and discussion prior to submission. Please consider this submission with appropriate weighting on behalf of those individuals, clubs and organizations who have been a part of this document’s preparation.

Updated

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Filesize: 383 KB    Date: 24 May 2013 23:15
Proclamation of Marine Reserve Network
This submission has been prepared by Sunfish Queensland on behalf of its membership and recreational fishers generally. This submission has strong support from many recreational fishers in Queensland. It should be noted that the membership of Sunfish includes all the main recreational fishing organizations, their associations and clubs as well as a network of regional branches and large fishing clubs.

The total of people who are registered and financial members of these organizations is approximately 45,000. However, many other non-aligned recreational fishers have provided their ideas to Sunfish on the Marine Reserves Network proposal.

Filesize: 230 KB    Date: 26 May 2018 10:23
Crab Fisheries Review Submission
This is a submission by Sunfish Queensland, the peak body representing the interests of Queensland recreational fishers. This document has been distributed throughout our networks for comment and discussion prior to submission. Please consider this submission with appropriate weighting on behalf of those individuals, clubs and organizations who have been a part of this document’s preparation.

Updated

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Filesize: 225 KB    Date: 26 May 2018 10:20
Coral Reef Fin Fish Fishery
This is a submission by Sunfish Queensland, the peak body representing the interests of Queensland recreational fishers. This document has been distributed throughout our networks for comment and discussion prior to submission. Please consider this submission with appropriate weighting on behalf of those individuals, clubs and organizations who have been a part of this document’s preparation.

UPDATED

To read more please download the PDF

Filesize: 242 KB    Date: 17 Apr 2018 21:29
Regulations Amendment Survey
Fisheries Queensland have now released multiple surveys based around discussions from the individual working groups.

The first one was released a couple of weeks ago with little to no communication. That survey is with regards to amending the Fisheries Act and has some significant general concerns in addition to some specific concerns around specific questions (Question 2 in particular).

Firstly, it has not been sent to us to distribute through our networks and secondly, to actually find the survey on their website is not straight forward. There is no mention on their home page or their survey page or even their news page. I have provided the link below so please go online and complete the survey(s), we need as many responses as possible to give a strong voice from the recreational sector.

At the end of March the below information was sent out through networks to provide access to the links and some additional information to help. In early April we provided extra information to assist in completing the other surveys. I can forward that to anyone who needs it. At the end of this article are the links to the other surveys and discussion papers.

The Sunfish Committee has considered the survey questions and here is a copy of the questions below and some additional information to assist you. Please add any personal concerns or qualifying comments that you have in the comments section provided when you go online to complete the survey. This is the link to the survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/LJGZ6SB

Filesize: 51 KB    Date: 06 Nov 2015 16:12
Queensland Fisheries Review Survey MRAG
This submission was prepared in response to the questionnaire by Queensland Fisheries to issues raised in the MRAG report on Fisheries Management in Queensland. This has now closed and is awaiting FQ assessment of the replies.
Filesize: 250 KB    Date: 22 Jun 2013 20:35
Gladstone Port Review

No additional information is available.

Filesize: 62,349 KB    Date: 09 Nov 2015 15:32
Where to fish in Coastal Queensland
This project was financed by the Commonwealth Government and managed by Sunfish Qld. The project was executed and managed by David Bateman AM and highlights most of the easily accessible fishing locations that can be accessed by the 'land based angler'. This is a 104 page PDF document which covers 100 Regions from Cairns North to Gold Coast and Tweed River.
 
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