RipRap 34 – Bringing Back Native Fish (PDF only)


RipRap 34 is a wonderful, uplifting edition, that is great to share with others, read over a cuppa and use as a reference document on what is happening ’fish-wise’ in different parts of the country.

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    Edition 34 of RipRap is on ‘bringing back native fish’, and contains 60 pages of great articles featuring fish related science, on-ground works, oral history and community engagement from across Australia. It is a wonderful, uplifting edition, great to hand out at conferences, workshops and field days and can be used as a reference document on what is happening ‘fish-wise’ in different parts of the country.

    – Siwan Lovett, Editor


    • Smart partnerships bring back native fish | John Koehn
    • Fish finding a new way from the sea to the Hume Dam | Jim Barrett & Martin Mallen-Cooper
    • Heavy traffic on fish highway | Tim Marsden & Darren Jennings
    • River changes make better roads for fish | Martin Prendergast
    • ARRC creating a new buzz with Curate Bee | Sandra D’Souza & Siwan Lovett
    • New homes reserved for Macquarie Perch | Mark Lintermans & Ben Broadhurst
    • Gudgeon hits a purple patch | Adam Watt, Nick Whiterod, Chris Bice & Michael Hammer
    • True Tales from a lost world | Will Trueman
    • Communities help native fish to thrive | John Koehn & Mark Lintermans
    • Collaboration is the key to better Murray Cod fishing | Matt Barwick
    • Fishers unite to improve river health | Christopher Collins
    • Resnagging the Murray River | Jarod Lyon
    • Show us how it’s done – demonstration reaches | Native Fish Strategy Coordinators
    • Commissioning water for fish | Anthea Brecknell
    • A longer look at riparian restoration | Sam Lake & Paul Reich
    • Talking Fish preserves river memories | Scott Nichols
    • Early Aborigines active members of native fish | Will Trueman
    • Murray Cod – creator of the river | Alan Ginns
    • Clever cage keeps carp out | Anthony Conallin & Ivor Stuart
    • Lachlan catchment cleaning out carp | Wayne Fulton & Martin Asmus
    • A numbers game for Murray Cod | Paul Brown
    • Fish and flows | John Conallin & Skye Wassens
    • A tropical protection project | Amy Kimber & Mark Kennard
    • Climate change with a freshwater twist | Peter Davies & Paul Close
    • Water levels – the golden key | Scott Hardie
    • Community efforts save small native fish | Lori Gould & Luke Pearcce


    The edition of RipRap has been generously supported by: