Fishing and Boating Forums

Recreational fishers and boaters have the chance to hear all about their beloved pastimes and share ideas on how to make them even better at free forums across the state scheduled for 2022.

The forums will provide an ideal opportunity for people to talk face-to-face with government staff from the Victorian Fisheries Authority (VFA) and Better Boating Victoria. Several forums were held in 2021 before being postponed in line with health guidelines.

The forums will feature an hour-long presentation from fisheries managers, scientists, boating project managers and local Fisheries Officers, followed by an hour of question time and discussion with those attending.

Presentation topics will include fish stocking, access, facilities including fish cleaning tables, boat ramps, fish habitat projects, enforcement and education, and fisheries research.

In line with Victorian Government health directives, these events will adhere to COVID safe guidelines. If you are feeling unwell, please stay home.

For more information or to reserve your spot on the night click the links in the Location column below.

Location

Date

Venue

Ballarat

May 12, 7.30pm

Ballarat Fly Fishers Club (Cnr Wendouree Parade & Pleasant St - adjacent to yacht club)

Nagambie

Tuesday, 17 May, 7pm

Goulburn Valley Angling Association (Nagambie Mechanics Institute, 286 High Street)

Albert Park

Tuesday, 31 May, 7pm

Albert Park Yachting and Angling Club (129B Beaconsfield Parade, Albert Park)

St Leonards

Tuesday, 14 June, 7.30pm

St Leonards Angling Club (St Leonards Memorial Hall, 1342 Murradoc Rd)

Torquay

Tuesday, 5 July, 7pm

Torquay Angling Club, (Fisherman’s Beach)

Wodonga

Thursday, 14 July, 7pm

North East Angling Association (The Quest, 46 Reid Street)

Portland

Thursday, 28 July, 7.30pm

Portland Sport Fishing Club (Lee Breakwater Road)

Mitcham

Tuesday, 2 August, 7pm

Mitcham Angling Club (11 Brunswick Road, Mitcham)

Port Albert

Thursday, 4 August, 7pm

Port Albert Fishing Club, Port Albert Hall (Mechanics Institute, Victoria Street)