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Offline crabby1

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Whitespot article
« on: Wed 31 Jul 17:01 2019 »
https://www.redlandcitybulletin.com.au/story/6285210/logan-river-and-moreton-bay-tests-negative-for-prawn-disease/?cs=213

At least the farms are producing again.

Hopefully WSD will not be an issue again anywhere in Australia

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Offline Mitchell Bierge

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Re: Whitespot article
« Reply #1 on: Sun 4 Aug 19:01 2019 »

Hopefully WSD will not be an issue again anywhere in Australia

Well the depend on how good the Customs & Border Secuity  it's happen once
See learnt anything form it becuase they all warn back in 2006 about importation of prawns use as fishing bait

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  • Offline crabby1

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    Re: Whitespot article
    « Reply #2 on: Mon 5 Aug 17:30 2019 »
    Well the depend on how good the Customs & Border Secuity  it's happen once
    See learnt anything form it becuase they all warn back in 2006 about importation of prawns use as fishing bait

    Mitch

    Self approval by importer is where system fails the most >:(

    Biosecuriy or Accis or whatever the federal mob in charge of importing and inspections not being funded correctly to do their job.

    Haven seen them at my work for very long time.

    Snails off shipping containers will be the next outbreak

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    Re: Whitespot article
    « Reply #3 on: Sat 10 Aug 21:19 2019 »
    Saw some guys fishing at the Wellington point jetty, using prawn rings from the supermarkets, suggested an alternative, they agreed as they had not heard of the imported prawn issue.
    More education needed.


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    Re: Whitespot article
    « Reply #4 on: Sun 11 Aug 17:54 2019 »
    Well that is good news to bad it wont hit local media because apparently thats not interesting yet when it broke out it was everywhere.
    Of course I talk to my self while fishing.. sometimes I need expert advice!

    On land line is a inanimate object. Under water it has a life of its own.

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    Re: Whitespot article
    « Reply #5 on: Sun 11 Aug 18:11 2019 »
    Saw some guys fishing at the Wellington point jetty, using prawn rings from the supermarkets, suggested an alternative, they agreed as they had not heard of the imported prawn issue.
    More education needed.

    There signs about it near the beach swim area there.
    Still should not be an issue except federal government weak enforcement of standards they set.

     


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