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The Fishermens Portal Inc.
!The largest commercial fishing representative body in Queensland!
Chair: That’s Wild!: Robert Pender 0427 373 844 email@example.com
Treasurer: Net: Dane King 0400 644 692 firstname.lastname@example.org
Director: Line: Chris Neill 0417 198 961 mtbeewahns2bigpond.com
Crab: Cris Atwell: 0438 758 444 email@example.com
Tech: Luke Lukaszewicz 0417 406 488 firstname.lastname@example.org
Shane Card: 0410 446 468 email@example.com
Mark Cook 0429 656 011 firstname.lastname@example.org
Scott Butterworth 0414 319 457 email@example.com
Line: Tom Long: 0409 293 013 firstname.lastname@example.org
Line: George and Sue Davenport 0427 632 392 email@example.com
Gulf: Scott and Terri Stevens: 0437 227 727 firstname.lastname@example.org
Rocky Reef: Michael Thompson: 0417 650 711 email@example.com
EC Trawl: David Leotta: 0439 533 289 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Portal represents the interests of Queensland commercial fishermen. It was originally set up in early 2013 to improve connections between wider industry and Govt. Things have got a lot better since those days!
Our members are updated as information comes to hand. We believe that information is power and being a member of the Portal provides you with an opportunity to network with others who may be facing the same challenges or opportunities.
People who are new to the industry can find out about lots of things from Portal updates and from the regular
newsletter that any-one can subscribe to.
The Portal has a promotional arm called That's WIld! Have a look and tell is what you think.
The Portal works collaboratively with other similar bodies where possible. It seeks unity but in a way that allows people to have a say.
The organisation is a supporter of the Green Shirts Movement. The GSM gives our members a real kick along and we partner with them in many projects, promoting both seafood and agriculture where ever we can.
TOMKAT LINEFISH KURRIMINE BEACH. Drop in and say hi. You can find out more details about this seafood outlet on the That's Wild! page.