Insightful Angler Submissions

Submitted: 02 Dec 2018

: 1543726928.8434

: 2018-12-02 15:02:08 +10:00

Club: Not a Club Member

: Tim

: Royle

: 1956-02-08

: Male

: TFR56@hotmail.com

: QLD

: 4507

Do you own a watercraft: No

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: SOMETIMES

How many times a year do you fish: 10-20 times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: MOSTLY

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: NO

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: SOMETIMES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: SOMETIMES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: SOMETIMES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: MOSTLY

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: MOSTLY

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: SOMETIMES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: MOSTLY

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: SOMETIMES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: MOSTLY

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: MOSTLY

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: MOSTLY

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: SOMETIMES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: MOSTLY

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: MOSTLY

Do you record and log fish capture information: NO

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: SOMETIMES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: SOMETIMES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: SOMETIMES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: MOSTLY

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: MOSTLY

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: SOMETIMES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: NO

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: NO

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: SOMETIMES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: SOMETIMES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: NO

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: NO

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Submitted: 27 Nov 2018

: 1543280442.4959

: 2018-11-27 11:00:42 +10:00

Club: Redcliffe Game and SFC

: Ryan

: Grech

: 2000-02-05

: Male

: r.t.grech1@gmail.com

: QLD

: 4020

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: SOMETIMES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: MOSTLY

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: MOSTLY

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: MOSTLY

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: YES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: YES

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Submitted: 26 Nov 2018

: 1543202430.5257

: 2018-11-26 13:20:30 +10:00

Club: Hinchinbrook SFC

: Wade

: Wessels

: 1963-07-01

: Male

: wwessels@bigpond.net.au

: QLD

: 4817

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: MOSTLY

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: SOMETIMES

Do you use a knotless landing net: MOSTLY

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: MOSTLY

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: SOMETIMES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: YES

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Submitted: 22 Nov 2018

: 1542870993.6320

: 2018-11-22 17:16:33 +10:00

Club: Bundaberg SFC

: Helen

: Johnson

: 1957-08-11

: Female

: helter5@hotmail.com.au

: QLD

: 4670

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: SOMETIMES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: MOSTLY

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: MOSTLY

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: MOSTLY

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: SOMETIMES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: SOMETIMES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: MOSTLY

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: MOSTLY

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: MOSTLY

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Submitted: 21 Nov 2018

: 1542791905.2529

: 2018-11-21 19:18:25 +10:00

Club: Not a Club Member

: Makayd

: Royle

: 2005-11-07

: Male

: mkroyle@yahoo.com.au

: QLD

: 4305

Do you own a watercraft: No

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: SOMETIMES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: SOMETIMES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: NO

Do you use a knotless landing net: NO

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: NO

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: NO

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: SOMETIMES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: SOMETIMES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: SOMETIMES

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: SOMETIMES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: NO

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: NO

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: MOSTLY

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: SOMETIMES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: SOMETIMES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: MOSTLY

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: SOMETIMES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: NO

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: NO

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: SOMETIMES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: SOMETIMES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: SOMETIMES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: SOMETIMES

Do you record and log fish capture information: SOMETIMES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: SOMETIMES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: MOSTLY

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: NO

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: MOSTLY

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: SOMETIMES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: MOSTLY

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: SOMETIMES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: SOMETIMES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: MOSTLY

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: SOMETIMES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: MOSTLY

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: SOMETIMES

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: NO

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Submitted: 19 Nov 2018

: 1542571656.5823

: 2018-11-19 06:07:36 +10:00

Club: Cardwell SFC

: Ian

: Walters

: 1987-10-25

: Male

: gone_fishin27@hotmail.com

: QLD

: 4854

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: SOMETIMES

Do you use a knotless landing net: NO

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: SOMETIMES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: SOMETIMES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: YES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: SOMETIMES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: SOMETIMES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: MOSTLY

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: 121.208.110.206

Submitted: 17 Nov 2018

: 1542438140.8886

: 2018-11-17 17:02:20 +10:00

Club: Redcliffe Game and SFC

: Mark

: Rose

: 1982-06-08

: Male

: marose1@optusnet.com.au

: QLD

: 4020

Do you own a watercraft: No

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: MOSTLY

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: MOSTLY

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: MOSTLY

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: MOSTLY

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: MOSTLY

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: MOSTLY

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: MOSTLY

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: MOSTLY

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: MOSTLY

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: MOSTLY

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: MOSTLY

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: MOSTLY

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: MOSTLY

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: SOMETIMES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: MOSTLY

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: MOSTLY

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: MOSTLY

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: MOSTLY

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: MOSTLY

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: SOMETIMES

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: 106.70.139.16

Submitted: 17 Nov 2018

: 1542428697.8785

: 2018-11-17 14:24:57 +10:00

Club: Keppel Bay SFC

: Craig

: Thornton

: 1977-11-23

: Male

: ctho9939@bigpond.net.au

: QLD

: 4703

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 10-20 times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: SOMETIMES

Do you use a knotless landing net: NO

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: MOSTLY

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: MOSTLY

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: NO

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: MOSTLY

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: NO

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: NO

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: SOMETIMES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: SOMETIMES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: NO

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: SOMETIMES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: SOMETIMES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: MOSTLY

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: SOMETIMES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: SOMETIMES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: SOMETIMES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: SOMETIMES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: MOSTLY

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: NO

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: MOSTLY

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: MOSTLY

Do you record and log fish capture information: SOMETIMES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: MOSTLY

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: MOSTLY

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: MOSTLY

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: MOSTLY

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: SOMETIMES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: MOSTLY

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: SOMETIMES

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Submitted: 16 Nov 2018

: 1542347212.1050

: 2018-11-16 15:46:52 +10:00

Club: Member of another club or group

Club name: Townsville Skindiving Cub

: Adam

: Smith

: 1964-03-24

: Male

: adamksmith@bigpond.com

: QLD

: 4810

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 10-20 times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: SOMETIMES

Do you use a knotless landing net: SOMETIMES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: SOMETIMES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: SOMETIMES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: YES

: 124.185.89.237

Submitted: 16 Nov 2018

: 1542345379.9312

: 2018-11-16 15:16:19 +10:00

Club: Not a Club Member

: Michael

: Nash

: 1974-01-30

: Male

: michael.nash@terrain.org.au

: QLD

: 4850

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 10-20 times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: MOSTLY

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: NO

Do you use a knotless landing net: SOMETIMES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: MOSTLY

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: MOSTLY

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: MOSTLY

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: MOSTLY

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: SOMETIMES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: MOSTLY

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: MOSTLY

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: MOSTLY

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: SOMETIMES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: MOSTLY

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: NO

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: MOSTLY

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: MOSTLY

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: SOMETIMES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: MOSTLY

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: NO

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: 120.151.84.210

Submitted: 14 Nov 2018

: 1542196267.6639

: 2018-11-14 21:51:07 +10:00

Club: Not a Club Member

: chantal

: royle

: 1986-11-06

: Male

: cj_royle@ymail.com

: QLD

: 4305

Do you own a watercraft: No

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: NO

How many times a year do you fish: 3-10 times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: NO

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: NO

Do you use a knotless landing net: NO

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: NO

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: SOMETIMES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: NO

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: NO

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: NO

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: NO

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: NO

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: NO

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: NO

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: NO

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: NO

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: MOSTLY

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: NO

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: MOSTLY

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: MOSTLY

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: MOSTLY

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: MOSTLY

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: SOMETIMES

Do you record and log fish capture information: NO

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: NO

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: SOMETIMES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: MOSTLY

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: MOSTLY

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: NO

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: NO

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: SOMETIMES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: NO

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: MOSTLY

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: SOMETIMES

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: MOSTLY

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: 101.183.67.144

Submitted: 11 Nov 2018

: 1541922583.5303

: 2018-11-11 17:49:43 +10:00

Club: Bundaberg SFC

: Don

: Patterson

: 1960-10-09

: Male

: nodicart@bigpond.net.au

: QLD

: 4000

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: SOMETIMES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: MOSTLY

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: MOSTLY

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: MOSTLY

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: SOMETIMES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: MOSTLY

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: MOSTLY

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: MOSTLY

Do you record and log fish capture information: MOSTLY

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: SOMETIMES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: MOSTLY

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: SOMETIMES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: YES

: 110.151.144.97

Submitted: 09 Nov 2018

: 1541758078.3374

: 2018-11-09 20:07:58 +10:00

Club: Cairns Sportfishing Club

: Andrew

: Moloney

: 1970-12-08

: Male

: apmoloney@iinet.net.au

: QLD

: 4000

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: YES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: NO

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: NO

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: MOSTLY

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: YES

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: ec.zFdMQ0V2I

: xiWX2j7uLV

: 49.181.211.102

Submitted: 05 Nov 2018

: 1541412569.1255

: 2018-11-05 20:09:29 +10:00

Club: Kingaroy SFC

: Blake

: Manthey

: 2005-02-26

: Male

: dannishaun@gmail.com

: QLD

: 4615

Do you own a watercraft: No

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: SOMETIMES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: MOSTLY

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: SOMETIMES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: MOSTLY

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: NO

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: MOSTLY

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: MOSTLY

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: MOSTLY

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: MOSTLY

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: MOSTLY

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: MOSTLY

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: SOMETIMES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: MOSTLY

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: MOSTLY

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: SOMETIMES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: SOMETIMES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: SOMETIMES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: MOSTLY

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: NO

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: MOSTLY

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: SOMETIMES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: SOMETIMES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: MOSTLY

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: SOMETIMES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: SOMETIMES

: 124.176.242.78

Submitted: 04 Nov 2018

: 1541296622.1792

: 2018-11-04 11:57:02 +10:00

Club: Bundaberg SFC

Club name: NQFF

: Bob

: Avery

: 1953-05-10

: Male

: b_mundi@hotmail.com

: QLD

: 4818

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: NO

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: MOSTLY

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: MOSTLY

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: MOSTLY

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: MOSTLY

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: MOSTLY

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: MOSTLY

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: SOMETIMES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: MOSTLY

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: NO

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: SOMETIMES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: MOSTLY

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: SOMETIMES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: MOSTLY

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: NO

: 1.128.109.98

Submitted: 03 Nov 2018

: 1541220858.0912

: 2018-11-03 14:54:18 +10:00

Club: Hinchinbrook SFC

: Kirra

: Royle

: 2003-01-22

: Female

: kirra03@hotmail.com

: QLD

: 4850

Do you own a watercraft: No

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: MOSTLY

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: NO

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: MOSTLY

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: MOSTLY

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: MOSTLY

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: MOSTLY

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: MOSTLY

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: SOMETIMES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: MOSTLY

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: MOSTLY

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: MOSTLY

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: SOMETIMES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: MOSTLY

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: MOSTLY

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: MOSTLY

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: SOMETIMES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: MOSTLY

Do you record and log fish capture information: SOMETIMES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: SOMETIMES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: MOSTLY

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: MOSTLY

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: SOMETIMES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: SOMETIMES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: SOMETIMES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: SOMETIMES

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: NO

: 101.162.142.48

Submitted: 02 Nov 2018

: 1541147182.9569

: 2018-11-02 18:26:22 +10:00

Club: Cardwell SFC

: Holly

: PARKER-BLANCH

: 1998-09-23

: Female

: hpblanch98@gmail.com

: QLD

: 4817

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: YES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: YES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: YES

: .wDHX9doM

: 138.130.206.92

Submitted: 02 Nov 2018

: 1541146479.1543

: 2018-11-02 18:14:39 +10:00

Club: Cardwell SFC

: Kynan

: Moran

: 2005-06-17

: Male

: seapic60@gmail.com

: QLD

: 4817

Do you own a watercraft: No

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 10-20 times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: YES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: MOSTLY

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: YES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: YES

: .wDHX9doM

: 138.130.206.92

Submitted: 02 Nov 2018

: 1541139885.0851

: 2018-11-02 16:24:45 +10:00

Club: Cardwell SFC

: Brian

: Pickup

: 1952-02-23

: Male

: seapic@bigpond.com

: QLD

: 4817

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: SOMETIMES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: MOSTLY

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: YES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: YES

: .wDHX9doM

: 1.132.111.216

Submitted: 02 Nov 2018

: 1541122711.2086

: 2018-11-02 11:38:31 +10:00

Club: Not a Club Member

: Brent

: Royle

: 1982-03-19

: Male

: brentroyle@ymail.com

: QLD

: 4305

Do you own a watercraft: No

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: MOSTLY

How many times a year do you fish: 10-20 times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: SOMETIMES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: NO

Do you use a knotless landing net: NO

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: MOSTLY

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: MOSTLY

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: SOMETIMES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: MOSTLY

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: NO

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: SOMETIMES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: MOSTLY

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: SOMETIMES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: NO

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: MOSTLY

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: NO

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: MOSTLY

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: MOSTLY

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: MOSTLY

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: MOSTLY

Do you record and log fish capture information: SOMETIMES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: MOSTLY

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: SOMETIMES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: MOSTLY

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: MOSTLY

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: MOSTLY

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: MOSTLY

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: SOMETIMES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: MOSTLY

: .wDHX9doM

: 1.128.110.208

Submitted: 31 Oct 2018

: 1540944631.8499

: 2018-10-31 10:10:31 +10:00

Club: Keppel Bay SFC

: Martin

: Schlikc

: 1985-04-28

: Male

: Mashers@gmail.com

: QLD

: 4703

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 10-20 times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: NO

Do you use a knotless landing net: SOMETIMES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: MOSTLY

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: MOSTLY

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: MOSTLY

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: SOMETIMES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: MOSTLY

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: SOMETIMES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: NO

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: MOSTLY

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: MOSTLY

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: MOSTLY

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

: .wDHX9doM

: 144.139.79.166

Submitted: 30 Oct 2018

: 1540901405.4443

: 2018-10-30 22:10:05 +10:00

Club: Keppel Bay SFC

: Andrew

: Graham

: 1970-06-09

: Male

: andigram@hotmail.com

: QLD

: 4704

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 10-20 times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: SOMETIMES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: YES

Do you use a knotless landing net: NO

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: MOSTLY

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: SOMETIMES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: YES

: .wDHX9doM

: 124.149.212.116

Submitted: 30 Oct 2018

: 1540898352.1056

: 2018-10-30 21:19:12 +10:00

Club: Not a Club Member

: Ross

: Stacey

: 1991-06-10

: Male

: rossco_s@live.com.au

: QLD

: 4650

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: SOMETIMES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: NO

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: NO

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: SOMETIMES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: MOSTLY

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: NO

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: NO

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: NO

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: NO

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: SOMETIMES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: SOMETIMES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: SOMETIMES

: .wDHX9doM

: 1.132.110.179

Submitted: 30 Oct 2018

: 1540895482.4297

: 2018-10-30 20:31:22 +10:00

Club: Ipswich United SFC

: Martyn

: Wolens

: 1981-07-06

: Male

: martynwolens@gmail.com

: QLD

: 4305

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: MOSTLY

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: NO

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: MOSTLY

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: NO

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: MOSTLY

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: SOMETIMES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: MOSTLY

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: NO

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: NO

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: NO

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: MOSTLY

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: MOSTLY

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: NO

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: SOMETIMES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: NO

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: NO

: 124.176.214.250

Submitted: 30 Oct 2018

: 1540892166.4322

: 2018-10-30 19:36:06 +10:00

Club: Bundaberg SFC

: Nikki

: Somerfield

: 1986-07-26

: Female

: beesto@msn.com

: QLD

: 4670

Do you own a watercraft: No

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: SOMETIMES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: MOSTLY

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: SOMETIMES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: YES

: .wDHX9doM

: 60.226.154.212

Submitted: 30 Oct 2018

: 1540891943.5982

: 2018-10-30 19:32:23 +10:00

Club: Redcliffe Game and SFC

: Frank

: Downey

: 1950-02-08

: Male

: fcjldowney@gmail.com

: QLD

: 4507

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 10-20 times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: NO

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: SOMETIMES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: SOMETIMES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: SOMETIMES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: NO

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: NO

: .wDHX9doM

: 60.226.194.135

Submitted: 30 Oct 2018

: 1540886635.9360

: 2018-10-30 18:03:55 +10:00

Club: Not a Club Member

: Dave

: Magner

: 1966-02-10

: Male

: magner66@tpg.com.au

: QLD

: 4670

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: MOSTLY

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: MOSTLY

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: MOSTLY

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: MOSTLY

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: MOSTLY

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: MOSTLY

: .wDHX9doM

: 203.185.243.142

Submitted: 30 Oct 2018

: 1540884559.6909

: 2018-10-30 17:29:19 +10:00

Club: Kingaroy SFC

: Kattie

: Hulme

: 1984-01-01

: Female

: kattie.hulme@gmail.com

: QLD

: 4610

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: MOSTLY

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: YES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: MOSTLY

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: MOSTLY

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: MOSTLY

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: YES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: YES

: .wDHX9doM

: 220.240.252.177

Submitted: 30 Oct 2018

: 1540883887.7710

: 2018-10-30 17:18:07 +10:00

Club: Bundaberg SFC

: Nelson

: Philips

: 1995-06-20

: Male

: n_philips@hotmail.com.au

: QLD

: 4670

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: SOMETIMES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: MOSTLY

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: MOSTLY

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: MOSTLY

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: MOSTLY

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: MOSTLY

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: MOSTLY

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: MOSTLY

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: MOSTLY

Do you record and log fish capture information: MOSTLY

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: MOSTLY

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: MOSTLY

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: MOSTLY

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: MOSTLY

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: MOSTLY

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: MOSTLY

: 101.187.106.95

Submitted: 30 Oct 2018

: 1540883641.9044

: 2018-10-30 17:14:01 +10:00

Club: Keppel Bay SFC

: Matthew

: Thompson

: 1983-03-08

: Male

: matt.thommo83@gmail.com

: QLD

: 4702

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: Once or twice

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: SOMETIMES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: SOMETIMES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: SOMETIMES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: SOMETIMES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: SOMETIMES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: MOSTLY

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: NO

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: SOMETIMES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: SOMETIMES

: .wDHX9doM

: 110.151.52.226

Submitted: 30 Oct 2018

: 1540882789.2186

: 2018-10-30 16:59:49 +10:00

Club: Ipswich United SFC

: Chris

: Proctor

: 1981-02-19

: Male

: cmajproctor@bigpond.com

: QLD

: 4306

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 10-20 times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: SOMETIMES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: SOMETIMES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: MOSTLY

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: MOSTLY

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: NO

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: SOMETIMES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: SOMETIMES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: SOMETIMES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: SOMETIMES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: MOSTLY

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: MOSTLY

Do you record and log fish capture information: SOMETIMES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: MOSTLY

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: SOMETIMES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: MOSTLY

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: SOMETIMES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: MOSTLY

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: MOSTLY

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: SOMETIMES

: .wDHX9doM

: 1.132.108.238

Submitted: 30 Oct 2018

: 1540861758.9068

: 2018-10-30 11:09:18 +10:00

Club: Redcliffe Game and SFC

: Vaughn

: Daly

: 1971-01-06

: Male

: dalyspropertyservices@live.com.au

: QLD

: 4054

Do you own a watercraft: No

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 10-20 times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: MOSTLY

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: MOSTLY

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: MOSTLY

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: MOSTLY

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: YES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: SOMETIMES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: SOMETIMES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: SOMETIMES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: MOSTLY

: .wDHX9doM

: 1.132.105.54

Submitted: 30 Oct 2018

: 1540846260.0530

: 2018-10-30 06:51:00 +10:00

Club: Redcliffe Game and SFC

: Greg

: Skinner

: 1971-09-25

: Male

: gregory.skinner@menziesaviation.com

: QLD

: 4020

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 3-10 times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: MOSTLY

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: SOMETIMES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: MOSTLY

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: MOSTLY

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: MOSTLY

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: MOSTLY

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: MOSTLY

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: MOSTLY

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: MOSTLY

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: MOSTLY

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: MOSTLY

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: MOSTLY

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: MOSTLY

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: MOSTLY

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: MOSTLY

Do you record and log fish capture information: MOSTLY

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: SOMETIMES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: MOSTLY

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: MOSTLY

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: MOSTLY

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: MOSTLY

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: SOMETIMES

: .wDHX9doM

: 121.214.210.204

Submitted: 28 Oct 2018

: 1540721731.3985

: 2018-10-28 20:15:31 +10:00

Club: Redcliffe Game and SFC

: Noel

: Day

: 1955-12-09

: Male

: noelday@optusnet.com.au

: QLD

: 4020

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: NO

Do you use a knotless landing net: MOSTLY

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: YES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: SOMETIMES

: .wDHX9doM

: 49.197.185.53

Submitted: 28 Oct 2018

: 1540677088.8717

: 2018-10-28 07:51:28 +10:00

Club: Bundaberg SFC

Club name: Pine Rivers Fish Management Association

: Luc

: Van Opdenbosch

: 1953-01-04

: Male

: luc53@bigpond.net.au

: QLD

: 4401

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: YES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: MOSTLY

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: MOSTLY

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: MOSTLY

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: MOSTLY

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: MOSTLY

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

: .wDHX9doM

: 101.165.104.234

Submitted: 26 Oct 2018

: 1540538013.6036

: 2018-10-26 17:13:33 +10:00

Club: Bundaberg SFC

: Nikki

: Somerfield

: 1986-07-26

: Female

: beesto@msn.com

: QLD

: 4670

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 3-10 times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: MOSTLY

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: YES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: MOSTLY

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: MOSTLY

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: SOMETIMES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: SOMETIMES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: MOSTLY

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: SOMETIMES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: MOSTLY

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: SOMETIMES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: MOSTLY

: .wDHX9doM

: 1.132.110.2

Submitted: 26 Oct 2018

: 1540537946.6262

: 2018-10-26 17:12:26 +10:00

Club: Bundaberg SFC

: Paul

: Box

: 1972-04-18

: Male

: paul_box@outlook.com

: QLD

: 4670

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: SOMETIMES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: MOSTLY

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: MOSTLY

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: MOSTLY

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: MOSTLY

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: MOSTLY

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: MOSTLY

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: MOSTLY

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: SOMETIMES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: YES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: MOSTLY

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: SOMETIMES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: MOSTLY

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: MOSTLY

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: MOSTLY

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: MOSTLY

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: MOSTLY

: .wDHX9doM

: 106.70.57.119

Submitted: 26 Oct 2018

: 1540533456.8464

: 2018-10-26 15:57:36 +10:00

Club: Not a Club Member

Club name: Native Fish Australia(Vic region)

: GARY

: STURDY

: 1960-09-03

: Male

: yellafella42@internode.on.net

: VIC

: 3756

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 10-20 times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: YES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: YES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: NO

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: YES

: .wDHX9doM

: 1.136.108.254

Submitted: 26 Oct 2018

: 1540532333.2966

: 2018-10-26 15:38:53 +10:00

Club: Bundaberg SFC

: Alex

: Turner

: 1991-02-13

: Male

: alex5turner@outlook.com

: QLD

: 4670

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: MOSTLY

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: NO

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: SOMETIMES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: SOMETIMES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: SOMETIMES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: SOMETIMES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: SOMETIMES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: MOSTLY

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: NO

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: SOMETIMES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: SOMETIMES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: SOMETIMES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: NO

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: MOSTLY

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: SOMETIMES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: NO

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: YES

: 106.70.240.137

Submitted: 26 Oct 2018

: 1540523814.2416

: 2018-10-26 13:16:54 +10:00

Club: Ipswich United SFC

: Nick

: McCallum

: 1983-11-21

: Male

: nick@npcontracting.com.au

: QLD

: 4340

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 10-20 times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: MOSTLY

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: SOMETIMES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: MOSTLY

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: MOSTLY

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: MOSTLY

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: MOSTLY

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: SOMETIMES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: NO

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: SOMETIMES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: MOSTLY

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: SOMETIMES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: SOMETIMES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: NO

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: MOSTLY

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: SOMETIMES

: .wDHX9doM

: 1.128.105.190

Submitted: 26 Oct 2018

: 1540520037.3209

: 2018-10-26 12:13:57 +10:00

Club: Member of another club or group

Club name: NDSFC, LMLFC

: Marcel

: Vandergoot

: 2018-10-31

: Male

: saftag@gmail.com

: SA

: 5501

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: MOSTLY

How many times a year do you fish: 10-20 times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: SOMETIMES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: SOMETIMES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: SOMETIMES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: MOSTLY

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: MOSTLY

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: MOSTLY

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: MOSTLY

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: NO

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: NO

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: MOSTLY

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: MOSTLY

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: SOMETIMES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: MOSTLY

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: SOMETIMES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: NO

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: MOSTLY

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: MOSTLY

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: NO

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: YES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: SOMETIMES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: MOSTLY

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: NO

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: NO

: .wDHX9doM

: 1.125.109.108

Submitted: 26 Oct 2018

: 1540517518.9868

: 2018-10-26 11:31:58 +10:00

Club: Redcliffe Game and SFC

: Mick

: King

: 1969-05-31

: Male

: kingsfour@bigpond.com

: QLD

: 4000

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: MOSTLY

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: MOSTLY

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: SOMETIMES

Do you use a knotless landing net: MOSTLY

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: MOSTLY

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: MOSTLY

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: MOSTLY

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: SOMETIMES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: SOMETIMES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: MOSTLY

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: MOSTLY

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: MOSTLY

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: SOMETIMES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: MOSTLY

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: MOSTLY

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: MOSTLY

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: SOMETIMES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: MOSTLY

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: MOSTLY

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: MOSTLY

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: SOMETIMES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: MOSTLY

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: SOMETIMES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: MOSTLY

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: MOSTLY

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: SOMETIMES

: .wDHX9doM

: 1.132.106.15

Submitted: 26 Oct 2018

: 1540516175.6772

: 2018-10-26 11:09:35 +10:00

Club: Bundaberg SFC

: Will

: McUtchen

: 1980-05-27

: Male

: will_mcutchen@hotmail.com

: QLD

: 4670

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 10-20 times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: MOSTLY

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: NO

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: MOSTLY

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: MOSTLY

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: NO

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: SOMETIMES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: NO

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: MOSTLY

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: NO

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: NO

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: SOMETIMES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: NO

: .wDHX9doM

: 120.22.40.136

Submitted: 26 Oct 2018

: 1540515884.5061

: 2018-10-26 11:04:44 +10:00

Club: Not a Club Member

: William

: Coleman

: 1988-03-14

: Male

: willec1012@gmail.com

: QLD

: 4670

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: SOMETIMES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: SOMETIMES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: MOSTLY

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: MOSTLY

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: MOSTLY

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: MOSTLY

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: MOSTLY

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: MOSTLY

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: SOMETIMES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: MOSTLY

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: MOSTLY

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: MOSTLY

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: MOSTLY

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: MOSTLY

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: MOSTLY

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: SOMETIMES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: SOMETIMES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: NO

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: NO

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: SOMETIMES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: MOSTLY

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: SOMETIMES

: .wDHX9doM

: 1.128.106.227

Submitted: 26 Oct 2018

: 1540514813.6444

: 2018-10-26 10:46:53 +10:00

Club: Not a Club Member

Club name: Russell Island fishing club.

: JEFF

: PERRINS

: 2018-05-06

: Male

: jeffperrins3@gmail.com

: QLD

: 4184

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use a knotless landing net: NO

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: NO

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: MOSTLY

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: SOMETIMES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: MOSTLY

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: MOSTLY

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: MOSTLY

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: NO

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: MOSTLY

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: MOSTLY

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: NO

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: SOMETIMES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: NO

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: SOMETIMES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: SOMETIMES

: .wDHX9doM

: 1.128.111.167

Submitted: 23 Oct 2018

: 1540274925.4711

: 2018-10-23 16:08:45 +10:00

Club: Keppel Bay SFC

: Benjamen

: Weston

: 1982-06-18

: Male

: westofish@gmail.com

: QLD

: 4710

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: MOSTLY

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: NO

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: MOSTLY

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: MOSTLY

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: NO

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: SOMETIMES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: MOSTLY

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: MOSTLY

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: MOSTLY

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: MOSTLY

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: MOSTLY

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: SOMETIMES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: MOSTLY

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: NO

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: YES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: MOSTLY

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: MOSTLY

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: MOSTLY

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: SOMETIMES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: NO

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: YES

: .wDHX9doM

: 1.128.111.46

Submitted: 23 Oct 2018

: 1540271038.5749

: 2018-10-23 15:03:58 +10:00

Club: Hinchinbrook SFC

: Adam

: Royle

: 1975-03-03

: Male

: nqfisho@live.com.au

: QLD

: 4850

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: NO

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: MOSTLY

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: MOSTLY

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: MOSTLY

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: MOSTLY

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: SOMETIMES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: MOSTLY

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: SOMETIMES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: MOSTLY

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: SOMETIMES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: MOSTLY

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: SOMETIMES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: SOMETIMES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: MOSTLY

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: MOSTLY

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: SOMETIMES

: .wDHX9doM

: 110.142.5.244

Submitted: 20 Oct 2018

: 1539993559.2791

: 2018-10-20 09:59:19 +10:00

Club: Kingaroy SFC

: Brendan

: Moore

: 1959-06-14

: Male

: brendanmoore@hotkey.net.au

: QLD

: 4551

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: MOSTLY

Do you use a knotless landing net: MOSTLY

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: MOSTLY

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: MOSTLY

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: MOSTLY

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: SOMETIMES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: MOSTLY

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: MOSTLY

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: SOMETIMES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: SOMETIMES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: 1.143.152.71

Submitted: 19 Oct 2018

: 1539946410.1091

: 2018-10-19 20:53:30 +10:00

Club: Hinchinbrook SFC

: Graham

: Spilsbury

: 1955-08-26

: Male

: spilsbury@westnet.com.au

: QLD

: 4817

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: YES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: SOMETIMES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: SOMETIMES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: SOMETIMES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: YES

: .wDHX9doM

: 1.132.110.113

Submitted: 19 Oct 2018

: 1539945793.5327

: 2018-10-19 20:43:13 +10:00

Club: Hinchinbrook SFC

: Annette

: Spilsbury

: 1956-01-31

: Male

: aspilsbury@westnet.com.au

: QLD

: 4817

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 10-20 times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: NO

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: MOSTLY

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: MOSTLY

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: SOMETIMES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: SOMETIMES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: SOMETIMES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: SOMETIMES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

: .wDHX9doM

: 1.132.110.113

Submitted: 19 Oct 2018

: 1539923355.1597

: 2018-10-19 14:29:15 +10:00

Club: Not a Club Member

Club name: Narooma sportfishing club, NSW

: wwicks6@bigpond.com

: wwicks6@bigpond.com

: 1954-11-10

: Male

: wwicks6@bigpond.com

: QLD

: 4819

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: NO

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: YES

Do you use a knotless landing net: SOMETIMES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: MOSTLY

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: MOSTLY

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: SOMETIMES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: MOSTLY

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: MOSTLY

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: MOSTLY

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: MOSTLY

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: MOSTLY

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: MOSTLY

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: MOSTLY

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: SOMETIMES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: NO

: .wDHX9doM

: 1.129.109.128

Submitted: 19 Oct 2018

: 1539921327.2887

: 2018-10-19 13:55:27 +10:00

Club: Hinchinbrook SFC

: Matthew

: Leavy

: 1985-02-07

: Male

: matthewleavy85@gmail.com

: QLD

: 4814

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: NO

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: SOMETIMES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: NO

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: MOSTLY

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: SOMETIMES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: MOSTLY

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: SOMETIMES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: SOMETIMES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: MOSTLY

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: SOMETIMES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: SOMETIMES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: SOMETIMES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: MOSTLY

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: SOMETIMES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: SOMETIMES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: SOMETIMES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: MOSTLY

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: NO

: .wDHX9doM

: 49.197.184.103

Submitted: 18 Oct 2018

: 1539838496.0232

: 2018-10-18 14:54:56 +10:00

Club: Kingaroy SFC

: Mark

: Smith

: 1975-02-28

: Male

: mjws75@hotmail.com

: QLD

: 4557

Do you own a watercraft: No

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: MOSTLY

How many times a year do you fish: 3-10 times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: SOMETIMES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: MOSTLY

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: MOSTLY

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: MOSTLY

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: NO

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: MOSTLY

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: MOSTLY

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: SOMETIMES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: MOSTLY

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: MOSTLY

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: MOSTLY

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: YES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: MOSTLY

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: SOMETIMES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: NO

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: MOSTLY

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: MOSTLY

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: NO

: .wDHX9doM

: 58.179.103.67

Submitted: 18 Oct 2018

: 1539837900.1650

: 2018-10-18 14:45:00 +10:00

Club: Kingaroy SFC

: Nathan

: Ginnivan

: 1980-12-28

: Male

: n.ginnivan@yahoo.com

: QLD

: 4610

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: NO

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: NO

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: YES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: NO

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: YES

: .wDHX9doM

: 185.198.242.143

Submitted: 18 Oct 2018

: 1539833062.5380

: 2018-10-18 13:24:22 +10:00

Club: Kingaroy SFC

: Matthew

: Cutler

: 1983-03-21

: Male

: hotmat18@hotmail.com

: QLD

: 4610

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: MOSTLY

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: MOSTLY

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: SOMETIMES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: MOSTLY

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: SOMETIMES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: SOMETIMES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: SOMETIMES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: SOMETIMES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: SOMETIMES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: SOMETIMES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: SOMETIMES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: MOSTLY

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: MOSTLY

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: SOMETIMES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: SOMETIMES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: SOMETIMES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: YES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: SOMETIMES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: SOMETIMES

: .wDHX9doM

: 58.165.167.25

Submitted: 30 Sep 2018

: 1538302953.0001

: 2018-09-30 20:22:33 +10:00

Club: Bundaberg SFC

: Daniel

: Somerfield

: 1985-06-03

: Male

: somerhead@hotmail.com

: QLD

: 4670

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: SOMETIMES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: MOSTLY

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: MOSTLY

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: MOSTLY

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: MOSTLY

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: MOSTLY

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: MOSTLY

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: MOSTLY

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: SOMETIMES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: MOSTLY

Do you record and log fish capture information: SOMETIMES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: YES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: MOSTLY

: 1.132.108.16

Submitted: 26 Sep 2018

: 1537964352.3388

: 2018-09-26 22:19:12 +10:00

Club: Sunshine Coast SFC

: Jim

: Brennan

: 1958-08-18

: Male

: jbren38@optusnet.com.au

: QLD

: 4575

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: NO

Do you use a knotless landing net: SOMETIMES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: MOSTLY

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: SOMETIMES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: MOSTLY

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: MOSTLY

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: MOSTLY

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: MOSTLY

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: SOMETIMES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: MOSTLY

Do you record and log fish capture information: SOMETIMES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: MOSTLY

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: SOMETIMES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: MOSTLY

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: SOMETIMES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: NO

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: SOMETIMES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: MOSTLY

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: MOSTLY

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: NO

: .wDHX9doM

: 49.198.172.242

Submitted: 10 Sep 2018

: 1536549876.3022

: 2018-09-10 13:24:36 +10:00

Club: Bribie Island SFC

: Tony

: McCartney

: 1968-01-12

: Male

: apmccart@hotmail.com

: QLD

: 4035

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: MOSTLY

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: MOSTLY

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: MOSTLY

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: MOSTLY

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: SOMETIMES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: MOSTLY

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: MOSTLY

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: SOMETIMES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: MOSTLY

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: YES

: .wDHX9doM

: 103.24.208.242

Submitted: 09 Sep 2018

: 1536469807.1372

: 2018-09-09 15:10:07 +10:00

Club: Kingaroy SFC

: Shaun

: Manthey

: 1979-05-28

: Male

: dannishaun@gmail.com

: QLD

: 4615

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: MOSTLY

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: SOMETIMES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: MOSTLY

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: MOSTLY

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: NO

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: MOSTLY

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: MOSTLY

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: MOSTLY

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: MOSTLY

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: SOMETIMES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: MOSTLY

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: MOSTLY

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: MOSTLY

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: MOSTLY

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: MOSTLY

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: SOMETIMES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: MOSTLY

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: SOMETIMES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: SOMETIMES

: mq3aF8R

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: NO

: .wDHX9doM

: 124.183.229.224

Submitted: 29 Aug 2018

: 1535519021.0218

: 2018-08-29 15:03:41 +10:00

Club: Member of another Club or Group

Club name: ABT

: Steve

: Morgan

: 1972-05-14

: Male

: s.morgan@fishingmonthly.com.au

: QLD

: 4151

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: MOSTLY

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: SOMETIMES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: MOSTLY

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: MOSTLY

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: MOSTLY

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: NO

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: MOSTLY

Do you record and log fish capture information: YES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: SOMETIMES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: SOMETIMES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: MOSTLY

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

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Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: NO

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: 49.197.180.15

Submitted: 02 May 2018

: 1525243792.5441

: 2018-05-02 16:49:52 +10:00

Club: Bribie Island SFC

: peter

: griffiths

: 1953-09-09

: Male

: peter.griffiths@internode.on.net

: QLD

: 4506

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: MOSTLY

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: YES

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: MOSTLY

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: MOSTLY

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: MOSTLY

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: MOSTLY

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: MOSTLY

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: YES

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: MOSTLY

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: MOSTLY

Do you record and log fish capture information: SOMETIMES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: SOMETIMES

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: MOSTLY

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: MOSTLY

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: MOSTLY

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: MOSTLY

: 118.208.68.145

Submitted: 25 Mar 2018

: 1521974654.5547

: 2018-03-25 20:44:14 +10:00

Club: Kingaroy SFC

: Bob

: Dover

: 1953-02-12

: Male

: littlefish1@burnett.net.au

: QLD

: 4000

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: NO

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: YES

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: YES

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: YES

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: YES

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: MOSTLY

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: YES

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: NO

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: SOMETIMES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: MOSTLY

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: YES

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: MOSTLY

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: YES

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: MOSTLY

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

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Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: MOSTLY

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: 101.163.15.83

Submitted: 12 Mar 2018

: 1520831999.0076

: 2018-03-12 15:19:59 +10:00

Club: Keppel Bay SFC

: Nathan

: Johnston

: 1979-03-02

: Male

: sweetjohnston@gmail.com

: QLD

: 4700

Do you own a watercraft: Yes

Do you watch and keep up to date with weather forecasts in the lead up to your fishing trip and modify plans or cancel trips if adverse or unfavourable conditions dictate: YES

How many times a year do you fish: 20+ times

Do you avoid stainless steel hooks: YES

Do you use non-offset circle hooks and crush barbs on your trebles: MOSTLY

Do you use a knotless landing net: YES

Do you seek local or specific knowledge of tides and other potential hazards when planning your fishing trips - both at land and sea: YES

Do you notify someone of your fishing destination and estimated time of return: YES

Is your radio communication equipment in working order, do you know how to use it appropriately: YES

Do you select fishing gear that is suitable for the target species to reduce a long and drawn out fight: YES

Do you have access to rules such as bag and size limits, local seasonal closures and zoning by taking a fisheries Queensland guide & marine park zoning maps or phone apps with you to ensure you are complying with these rules at all times: YES

Do you check to see if a fishing licence or permit is required and purchase one if needed: YES

Do you seek permission and follow owners instructions when entering and fishing on private land, structures or marinas: YES

Do you plan your trips to include appropriate clothing, footware, sun protection, food and water supply: YES

Do you have knowledge of or access to the relevant boating regulations and do you carry the required safety equipment, including radio communication equipment in working order: YES

When using a charter fishing service, do you look for one that is certified for high fishing sustainability, environmental and safety standards: MOSTLY

Do you restrict participation in competitions and tournaments only to those designed to minimise impacts on fisheries resources and encourage best practice fishing methods: MOSTLY

Do you prepare your boat prior to launching and after retrieval in a way that avoids unnecessary delays for other boaties: YES

Do you actively seek to avoid unnecessary interactions with wildlife to minimises their disturbance: YES

Do you dispose of weeds found on your gear and boat so you don't spread them to other fishing spots: YES

Do you ensure that chemicals and litter from washing your gear and boat does not enter the stormwater systems: YES

Do you take care not to anchor on sensitive coral and seagrass beds: YES

Do you use an electric motor or drift fish: YES

Do you adjust your boating speed to minimise erosion of riverbanks and shorelines from wave action: MOSTLY

Do you stick to designated/approved roads, beaches and walking tracks: MOSTLY

Do you respect other users and those whose communities we enter when fishing: YES

Do you recognising and respect cultural and spiritual rights and wishes of indigenous people when travelling and visiting land and on water: YES

When on the water, do you abide by relevant boating rules and regulations and keep a safe distance from other boats, shore-based anglers, divers and swimmers: YES

Do you avoid crowding other fishers even when they are fishing the spot you intended to fish: YES

Do you stay in attendance with your fishing gear and keep close watch for hooked fish: YES

Do you make sure raw imported prawns and non-native fish or fish from another catchment are not used for bait: YES

Do you restrict bait collection to meet your needs and return any unwanted live bait to the waters where it was collected: YES

Do you use wet hands, gloves or a damp cloth, avoid laying fish on hot surfaces and minimise handling when preparing a fish for release and revive tired fish before release: MOSTLY

Do you keep and make proper use of legal fish if excessive bleeding or damage is apparent: YES

Do you immediately kill any fish you keep in a humane manner using a sharp blow to head or iki jime: MOSTLY

Do you release deeply hooked fish by leaving the hook in place and cutting your line close to the mouth if they can't be kept for consumption: YES

Do you only keep enough fish for personal needs and ensure fish are not discarded: YES

Do you stop fishing for a particular species if you have reached its bag limit: YES

For Net Free Fishing Zones, do you limit your take of barramundi, King threadfin and other good quality table fish to less than the current bag limit per trip and release larger breeding females: YES

Do you avoid targeting of fish when their closed season is in place: YES

Do you ensure fish longer than 40cm that are going to be released are supported along their length if removed from the water prior to release, including when being photographed: YES

Do you record and log fish capture information: MOSTLY

If you tag fish, do you tag relevant species according to a monitoring plan: YES

Do you ensure you have a dedicated rubbish bin and recycle: YES

Do you pick up other peoples rubbish: MOSTLY

Do you kill humanely and dispose of tilapia, carp and other exotic species you catch: YES

Do you report fish kills, oil spills, pollution, protected species, habitat destruction, exotic pests/weeds and marine animal stranding/deaths: MOSTLY

Do you quickly and carefully return any inadvertently caught threatened species like seabirds and turtles: YES

Do you respect commercial fishers right to legally fish and not impede on their operations or equipment: YES

Do you place the fish you keep on ice and store in an appropriate container (esky) away from sunlight: YES

Do you reduce the risk of barotrauma of fish not destined for consumption by avoiding catch and release fishing in deeper water, moving spots when predominantly undersized deepwater fish are caught and dehooking and recompressing fish destined for release using a weight/venting tool: YES

Do you fillet fish away from the water and areas used by other people and dispose of fish frames and offal properly and thoughtfully, using designated fish cleaning areas when available: YES

Do you avoid waste by reusing fish frames, leftover bait and scraps: YES

Do you participate in at least 1 day a year scientific, educational and community programs that benefit the sustainability of our fish resources - like tagging, collecting fish capture information, stocking, participating in waterway cleanup or restoration: YES

Do you participate or support programs that provide education or knowledge transfer regarding best fishing practices: YES

Do you make an effort to become more familiar with the life cycles of fish and other aquatic fauna: YES

Do you report all illegal fishing activities, poaching, theft, blackmarket fish sales and inappropriate animal welfare behaviour to the relevant authorities: YES

Do you promote the code of practice for fishing and encourage others to participate in the Insightful Anglers Self Assessment: YES

Do you calculate your ecosystem footprint and look at ways of reducing it: YES

: 1.132.110.145