News from GFAA
The 2024 AIBT is to be held in Tasmania between 6th and 19th April. Check out the VIDEO and the information FLYER for further information. CLICK HERE for Video CLICK HERE for Flyer
In early September 2022, 17 year old Ryan Gazzola managed to land the fish of his lifetime, a 135.4kg southern bluefin tuna (SBT). What made this catch even more incredible was the fact it had a tag in it. Read more....
Fisheries Research & Development Corporation National Workshopon Shark Depredation in Australian Fisheriesby Dr. Jonathan D. MitchellCLICK HERE to download the paper
GFAA is asking all stakeholders, state associations, clubs and anglers to write to all local candidates for both houses of parliament to emphasise the importance of fishing to individuals as voters. CLICK HERE
More Information Coming Soon
At the GFAA AGM on Saturday 30th October the Annual Trophies were announced. Scroll down to view.
Looking Great for those Pursuing Marlin this week This season’s inshore black marlin season has been slow to get going, partially due to diminished opportunity and effort due to the stormy weather and stiff northerly winds in recent weeks. The capture of a couple of...
The weather Gods blessed us this year with an unprecedented three days of great weather. Following Saturday morning’s shotgun start 15 boats headed out to various spots in Albatross Bay. with action starting early; the first marlin and sailfish tagged half an hour...