Our Fisheries

Our Fisheries

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Our Fisheries

Who’s who

 

The New Zealand Sport Fishing Council was founded in 1957 and was originally called the New Zealand Big Game Fishing Council. It was renamed in 2009 to reflect a more diverse membership interested in a wide variety of fisheries.

The NZSFC is a national sports organisation with over 33,000 affiliated members from 56 clubs nationwide.

LegaSea engages with the public on behalf of the New Zealand Sport Fishing Council.

LegaSea works with a range of organisations and recreational fishing businesses to raise awareness of the issues facing our fisheries and what needs to be done to rebuild inshore fisheries.

In an effort to raise awareness LegaSea provides public-friendly information about a variety of processes that are important to the marine environment and our future fishing success.

LegaSea media release. Crayfish mismanagement needs to be urgently addressed. 14 February 2017

LegaSea engages with the public on behalf of the New Zealand Sport Fishing Council. In an effort to raise awareness LegaSea provides public-friendly information about a variety of processes that are important to the marine environment, our fisheries, and our future fishing success. 

LegaSea media release. Crayfish mismanagement needs to be urgently addressed. 14 February 2017

LegaSea engages with the public on behalf of the New Zealand Sport Fishing Council. In an effort to raise awareness LegaSea provides public-friendly information about a variety of processes that are important to the marine environment, our fisheries, and our future fishing success.