Reel Deal: Geelong Star heads to Africa

November 24 2016 - 11:39am
Flat stack: Noah Skippen from Mt Warrigal with a haul of Lake Illawarra flatties from last weekend. Fine weather has had plenty of anglers trying their luck in the lake.
Flat stack: Noah Skippen from Mt Warrigal with a haul of Lake Illawarra flatties from last weekend. Fine weather has had plenty of anglers trying their luck in the lake.

In some very pleasing news, it seems the “hated” factory ship the Geelong Star has departed our waters and was last reported near Africa where no doubt it will rape and pillage local fish stocks like it did here before public outcry saw its licences reviewed. Go to http://www.fishingworld.com.au/news/breaking-supertrawler-leaves-australian-waters-for-good for a good read.

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