Warning after two cases of poisoning

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Tailor made: Con Adam with a solid 2.5 kilo tailor from St Georges Basin. (Photos submitted for publication should be high res – about 1 megabyte.)DPI/Fisheries have reminded anglers not to eat spanish mackerel that weigh more than 10 kilogramsfollowing two recent reports of ciguatera poisoning after people ate portions from a large spaniardcaught off the NSW mid north coast.
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Ciguatera poisoning is caused by eating warm water finfish which carry the ciguatera toxin.

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A volunteer crew from Marine Rescue Jervis Bay recently rescued a man and woman who spent along, wet night on Bowen Island, at the entrance to Jervis Bay, after their boat sank overnight.

The crew of Jervis Bay 40 retrieved them from the northern tip of the island just before 7.30am andthe pair told the crew they had been fishing off the island when their boat was rolled by a wave about8pm.

They managed to attract the attention of the crew of a passing yacht early next morning, who alerted FederalPolice and they were eventually returned to Creswell Naval Base.

Marine Rescue NSW Illawarra Regional Controller Bruce Mitchell said the man and woman were ingood health when rescued but were fortunate that conditions had been mild overnight.

He saidall boaters should be reminded to always wear lifejackets on board and to log on and off with Marine RescueNSW when heading out.

DPI/Fisheries Research Centre results from acoustic tagging of mahi mahi off the NSW coast showed one tagged mahi mahi travelled from Ballina to Terrigal in a month –a distance of 550km.

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