Not being able to read your plotter is not an excuse for illegal fishing. Recreational fishers are encouraged to take the time to understand how marine park boundaries are displayed on their GPS chart plotters to ensure they follow the zoning rules.Read full article
Compliance officers will be out in full force over the school holidays as patrols across the Marine Park ramp up to tackle illegal fishing.Read full article
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