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19 Jun 2019 Free open days at your Snobs Creek Hatchery
The Victorian Fisheries Authority’s Snobs Creek hatchery will open its doors during the school holidays and welcome visitors to free open days on July 11 and 12.
12 Jun 2019 Time to wet a line at Ferntree Gully's new urban fishery
In a Victorian first, Quarry Lake in Ferntree Gully has been stocked in time for it’s opening, with hundreds of rainbow trout, Murray cod and golden perch, thanks to the State Government.
05 Jun 2019 Abalone duo fined $15,000 and lose car
Two men have been fined $15,000 and had their car forfeited after pleading guilty to possessing nearly 300 abalone at Altona in January.
28 May 2019 Electro-fishing partners unite again for mighty Murray Cod
Goulburn-Murray Water (GMW) is again partnering with the Victorian Fisheries Authority (VFA) to relocate hundreds of Murray Cod and other high-value native fish caught up in the East Goulburn Main Irrigation Channel.
22 May 2019 Boating and fishing bonanza at Tullaroop
09 May 2019 Victoria smashes native fish stocking record
Victoria has smashed its previous native fish stocking record by more than a million fish as part of the State Government’s plan to get more people fishing, more often.
01 May 2019 Diving duo fined $11,500 in southwest
A 30-year-old man from East Kew and 35-year-old man from Point Cook have received substantial penalties for diving and spearfishing offences relating to abalone, rock lobster and fish.
30 Apr 2019 Catchable cod for Barkers Creek Reservoir
Catchable size Murray cod have been stocked into Barkers Creek Reservoir today to accelerate the development of its mixed fishery and provide kayakers with a native fish target species immediately.
23 Apr 2019 Take Mum fishing this Mothers Day
Victorians are being encouraged to take their mums fishing this coming Mothers Day, Sunday 12 May, as a great way to relax and unwind with the family.
17 Apr 2019 Sunshine seafood retailer fined $7500
The owner of a retail seafood shop in Sunshine has been found guilty and fined $7500 with conviction and costs in the Sunshine Magistrates Court this week for trafficking rock lobster and selling abalone without authority.