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12 Nov 2020 Bay fishers urged to do the right thing
Fishers in Port Phillip are being reminded of their obligation to do the right thing with the spring sun and snapper season meaning people are flocking to enjoy Victoria’s most popular fishery.
10 Nov 2020 Virtual Trout Conference Bringing Fishers Together
The much-loved Talk Wild Trout conference is back again this year, using an online platform to bring more international speakers than ever before.
23 Oct 2020 More Rainbow Trout Coming To Metropolitan Lakes
More families will have the chance to catch the fish of a lifetime in metropolitan Melbourne, with a further 500 ‘stonker’ rainbow trout stocked into lakes around Melbourne this week.
22 Oct 2020 Good news for bream numbers in Gippsland Lakes
A survey of black bream spawning success in the Gippsland Lakes has recorded its second highest level of the last ten years.
09 Oct 2020 Work Starts On Reef Restoration In Port Phillip Bay
Fishers will soon reap the rewards of new infrastructure in Port Phillip Bay, with work now underway on the first of two major reef projects near Geelong.
06 Oct 2020 Stonker rainbows released for metro family fun
Eighteen Metropolitan Family Fishing Lakes are currently being stocked with 500 ‘stonker’ rainbow trout to bolster recreational fishing fun with some big catches.
29 Sep 2020 More Bay Reefs For Geelong Fishers
Geelong fishers will reap the rewards of more fishing funding, with the Victorian Government investing $700,000 to install three new reefs in Corio Bay.
25 Sep 2020 Lakes Entrance Lands A Better Jetty Thanks To Grant
Fishers in Lakes Entrance now have a bigger, safer spot to wet a line thanks to an upgrade of Reeve Landing Jetty on Bullock Island.
16 Sep 2020 New Gippsland Lakes Plan To Safeguard Fishery’s Future
The Victorian Government is delivering on its commitment to invest in science and habitat restoration in the Gippsland Lakes, with the release of a plan to safeguard the future of one of the state’s key fisheries.
07 Sep 2020 Support for Victoria's first indigenous fishing club
The state’s first ever Indigenous fishing club is getting a helping hand to take cultural education and traditional fishing knowledge on the road so it can be shared with more Victorians when it’s safe to do so.