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16 December

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17 December

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They're definitely biting around Cooloola

Tusk fish, grassy sweetlip and snapper are on the bite

Big numbers of endangered shark off Rainbow Beach

INCREDIBLE: Divers at Wolf Rock off Rainbow Beach recently spotted up to 70 pregnant female sharks at a time of the critically endangered grey nurse shark.

'We've stumbled across one of the premier dive spots in Australia.'

Classic funds lake fish-stocking

STOCKED: Chris Mangold releases some fingerlings.

All systems go for Borumba tournament

Mud crab mania: Wet weather flushes muddies out in numbers

MUD CRABS are on the march in Coast rivers after the heavy rainfall flushed them out.

Prime time for holiday catch

HAPPY DAYS: Keen young Angler, Xavier Chong was happy to land this 33cm whiting in the dirty water in the lower Maroochy River.

The holidays are here and it's time to go fishing

The incredible story behind this monster fish

Spear fisher Noel Tregea about 50 years ago, pictured with some of his monster catches off the Keppels.

NO wetsuit; just shorts, a T-shirt and spear in hand.

'Could've nearly fit in its mouth': Massive marlin landed

STOKED: Sam Lacy caught the 360kg black marlin off the Cairns coast.

Fish weighed a whopping 360kg, stretched 4m long

Don't feel gill-ty to sink a line this weekend

A crew member on Rainbow Escape Charter with a quality estuary cod.

Find out where to fish this weekend

Fishing report: Excellent conditions offshore

JEFF AND JACK: Jeff Vere with a nice mangrove jack taken from the upper reaches of Eudlo Creek on Wednesday.

Find out where to sink a hook this weekend

Call for compulsory caravan course to end the carnage

'I think some sort of defensive driver course for caravan drivers should be mandatory.'

'Epidemic of hipsters': Carpark campers in firing line

Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service is considering shutting off access to the Noosa National Park carpark at night due to people illegal camping.

Illegal overnight stays frustrating park users

Cheap wine and a wet, wet tent

There are no photos of Damian Bathersby's new tent in the Gympie storm so here's a file photo of someone else's predicament after a different storm, somewhere else.

MEMORIES of the night Jimmy sang up a storm in Gympie.

Mary Valley tourism hot spot reopens

Tourism gets an early Christmas boost from Seqwater.

Coast star launches All 4 Adventure TV show in America

OUTBACK ADVENTURE: All4Adventure TV show host Jason Andrews with his sidekick Simon, take on Australia.

YOU wouldn't believe what this Coast man does for a living

30-year business pitches new tent

EXPEDITION: Shaz Schluter, Amy Sparreboom and Karlie Browne in the Mary St expansion of Camping and Outdoors.

Owner Amy Sparreboom takes store to new heights.

Sheep, cattle and campers

NEW IDEA: Tuckeroo Stud has welcomed guests through online platform Youcamp for about 12 months.

Youcamp is allowing farmers to generate income by welcoming guests

Why aren't all four-wheel drive owners doing this?

Sports utility vehicles are selling in unprecedented numbers ... but strangely most buyers never step off the bitumen.

UPDATE: Yeppoon teen dies in 4WD beach rollover

FATAL INCIDENT: A 16-year old female has died after a single vehicle rollover last night near Five Rocks.

Single-vehicle rollover at Five Rocks late last night

Bruce Hwy carnage after driver crosses onto wrong side road

Firefighters had to cut two people free from a sedan that was involved in a three-vehicle crash on the Bruce Hwy at Forest Glen.

Forensic Crash Unit investigating three-car crash

Man slams into power pole, in serious condition

A man was airlifted to hospital in Brisbane on Sunday night following a crash on Vantage Rd.

Man in serious condition after his car hit a power pole

Drivers snapped on unstable Inskip sinkhole site

DANGER ZONE: Tyre tracks left behind from a vehicle that drove into the site at Inskip where a sinkhole opened in 2015.

The 4WD club said a minority of drivers were breaking the rules.