Fisheries management is undertaken by people and it aims to regulate the behaviour of those people taking fish. Consequently its history is dominated by those who pioneered the techniques or who showed the way to fish more effectively, more economically or more responsibly. Some of my work has been to record their lives and their contributions.

William Saville-Kent, - Biologist, aquaculturalist, author.
Thomson Theodore Flynn - Professor of Biology, fisheries researcher, (father of Errol).
The Cramp Brothers - anglers and fisheries administrators.
Rattenbury, father and son - commercial fishermen.
Handy Jaeger - fisherman