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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.
31 Aug 2020 Fisheries Big Build is on at Snobs Creek and Braeside
Work is underway on two exciting developments that will make fishing even better across the state.
28 Aug 2020 Commercial Octopus Fishery Licences Secured In Gippsland
Commercial operators in East Gippsland will be able to fish for octopus thanks to a new category of licence which will secure valuable jobs in the region and provide more fresh food for seafood lovers.
19 Aug 2020 Fishing licence fees fund 12 projects worth $1 million
Fishers in communities around the state will benefit from a dozen different recreational fishing projects thanks to a round of grants worth more than $1 million.
26 Jun 2020 Catching rainbow trout these school holidays
25 Jun 2020 World class fisheries management at Corner Inlet
12 Jun 2020 Port Phillip partnership to double shellfish reefs
The State Government and The Nature Conservancy will continue their partnership approach to revitalising shellfish reefs in Port Phillip Bay by investing $1.1 million to build three hectares of new native oyster reef.
20 Mar 2020 Car seized and five arrested at Cape Schanck
Fisheries Officers seized a car and arrested five men on Wednesday afternoon for allegedly taking nearly 400 blacklip abalone at Cape Schanck on the Mornington Peninsula.