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21 Dec 2021 Multicultural fishers welcome new in-language app
The State Government is making it easier for Victorian recreational anglers whose first language is Cantonese or Vietnamese to stay across fishing rules before casting a line.
16 Dec 2021 Have your say on Gippsland oyster trial
People who live, work and play in the Gippsland Lakes are being encouraged to complete a short online survey to share their views on the native oyster aquaculture trial, set to commence next year.
07 Dec 2021 Record one million fish stocking for Lake Eppalock
Recreational anglers will soon have one million chances to reel in a fish at Lake Eppalock with a record stocking for the waterway in the coming months.
07 Dec 2021 Victorian Recreational Fishing Tourism Strategy out now
The State Government has released its Victorian Recreational Fishing Tourism Strategy showcasing the diverse, year-round fishing opportunities on offer across the state.
04 Dec 2021 Get prepared to stay safe on the water this summer
With summer upon us, recreational boaters and fishers across Victoria are encouraged to brush up on safety rules and prepare their vessels to stay safe and avoid fines on the water.
26 Nov 2021 Maribyrnong habitat project creating native fish homes
The Victorian Government is reviving the native fish population in the Maribyrnong River, installing 32 new fish habitats from Avondale Heights to the Flemington Racecourse.
24 Nov 2021 New fishing season and new research for Murray cod
Victorian recreational fishers can look forward to again casting a line for Murray cod anywhere in the state.
18 Nov 2021 Fish stocking boost- all about the bass
Recreational fishers will be excited to hear 150,000 Australian bass fingerlings were stocked into nine Victorian waters this week to further improve freshwater fishing opportunities.
16 Nov 2021 Fisheries notice in place to protect abalone stock
The Victorian Fisheries Authority will be restricting diving for abalone and rock lobster around Cape Bridgewater and near Cape Nelson in response to the abalone disease outbreak.
10 Nov 2021 Home grown Sydney rock oysters back on the menu
Victorian grown Sydney rock oysters could be back on the menu for seafood consumers thanks to a new aquacul-ture partnership between the Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation (GLaWAC) and the Victorian Fisheries Authority (VFA).