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Brock's Pizza Sale

Geoff Brock has a lot of baggage to carry during the south australian election 2018.

The Dirt Diggers

The Labor Party dirt diggers are in full flight to start the south australian election 2018 campaign and they're taking no prisoners.

Pros! Hands Off

Rumours abound over new zoning which has put fear into the small town of Price that commercial fishers want to net Wills Creek conservation park.

The Pro's Manifesto

The Professional fishers manifesto sets out the way they'll remove recreational fishing rights in south australia as part of its push during the south australian election 2018.

The Muzzle Dogs

The Muzzle Dogs have been let off the leash to shut down dissent against the Labor Party and RecfishSA leading into the south australian election 2018.

Policies at Play

Labor and Liberal policies for South Australian fishers. What's the difference?.

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About RecfishCENTRAL

RecfishCENTRAL was formed in February 2016 to fight changes to the Recreational bag, boat and size limits by South Australia's PIRSA fisheries. We have since grown to over 2,000 members to represent recreational fishers, small business and the tourism and charter industries.

We are tired of PIRSA making decisions using poor science and rubbery data to appease the commercial fishing industry in this state.

We've had enough fighting through so called consultative processes and targeted key government marginal seats leading up to the last state election in 2018 which resulted in a new government. This new Lib govt has broken promises to the recreational community so we'll ensure they're a one term govt.

Enjoy this site and send us an email if you want to get on board. Membership is free and all queries are veted to ensure there's no infiltration by commercial or government interests.


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