ANSA - SOUTH AUSTRALIA

                SOUTH AUSTRALIAN FISH TAG

SAFTAG is the primary fish tagging program in South Australia. It is the
component of ANSA national AUSTAG program.

The program co-ordinates data collected by recreational anglers (ANSA members) around Australia for analysis and the studying of fish migration and growth rates.


SAFTAG Facebook page is located here
SAFTAG Co-Ordinator's - 

Postal: SAFTAG - PO Box 140,
Elizabeth, 5112, South Australia

Phone: 1800 625 901  
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PLEASE NOTE CURRENT SNAPPER FISHING
CLOSURES APPLY IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA
 

The tagging of Snapper in South Australian waters is not permitted during the Snapper closure.

In the south east area, only those with Snapper capture tags may fish for Snapper, all legal sized Snapper must be kept until capture tags are filled. Then you must no longer target Snapper.

Measuring or taking of photos of Snapper caught as a by catch  is prohibited whilst the closure is in place



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                                 Marcel Vandergoot

Farewell to a very special person who over his lifetime did so much to promote sportfishing and the ideals of ANSA throughout S.A.

You will be much missed. "John Burges and the ANSA National Executive,  Alan Hall and the ANSA S.A. executive."

Marcel was a driving force and co-ordinator behind SAFTAG, and for many years run it meticulously, driven by his passion for fishing. 

Data collected and recorded by Marcel over the years is irreplaceable and will serve well into the future towards a better understanding of fish growth and migration.

                                                   R.I.P.