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31 May 2022 Winter is coming and so is Murray cray season
Only one more sleep before Victorians can try their hand at catching some tasty Murray spiny freshwater crayfish to cook over a camp fire or take home for the dinner table.
30 May 2022 New artificial reef installed in Port Phillip Bay
Fishers will reap the rewards of a new artificial reef, which has now been installed in Port Phillip Bay.
09 May 2022 Illegal abalone purchase proves costly for shop
A shop owner in Springvale has been convicted and fined $25,000, and ordered to pay $6,500 in costs, in the Melbourne Magistrates Court for trafficking a commercial quantity of abalone.
06 May 2022 Local fishing and boating forums are back for 2022
Recreational fishers and boaters across the state will again have the chance to discuss their much-loved pastimes at a series of upcoming Fishing and Boating Forums.
02 May 2022 Trout fishing takes centre stage at free event
All things trout fishing will be showcased this month as the picturesque Eildon plays host to Troutfest 2022 on Saturday, 14 May.
29 Apr 2022 Victorian fish stocking breaks national record
The State Government has stocked Victorian waterways with a record 10 million fish over the past year, setting a new nationwide record.
07 Apr 2022 Dusky flathead stocking helping revive Gippsland Lakes
The future of fishing in Gippsland Lakes is looking up, with the State Government now completing its second year of dusky flathead stockings.
04 Apr 2022 End of commercial netting signals new era for Bay fishers
It is the dawn of a new era for recreational fishing, with today marking the end of commercial net fishing in Port Phillip Bay.
30 Mar 2022 Crown land river frontage camping sites set for public opening
The State Government is helping Victorians enjoy even more of the state’s great outdoors, with the first of hundreds of new riverside camping spots coming online.
30 Mar 2022 Free open day and tour at Snobs Creek hatchery
Fisheries’ Snobs Creek hatchery, near Eildon, will open its doors these school holidays and welcome visitors to a free open day on Sunday April 10.