About the Guide
This fishing guide was produced by the former Department of Environment and Primary Industries. Please contact The Victorian Fisheries Authority (VFA) if you wish to make comments about the guide or to obtain further copies.
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Photographs: Michelle Couling (cover), Marc Ainsworth, Mark Gibson, Friends of Beware Reeef, CRIMP, CSIRO Marine Research, T. BogueIllustrations: Alexis Beckett, Krystii Melaine, Paul Lennon, NSW Department of Primary Industries, © R.Swainston/anima.net.au, AFN/Trevor Hawkins
Front cover: Georgia and Hamish Robinson, St Kilda Marina/boat ramp
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This publication is a guide only, it does not replace the Fisheries Act 1995, the Fisheries Regulations 2008 or other Acts and subordinate legislation applying to, or affecting recreational fishing. This guide summarises the law at the time of publication and cannot be used as a defence in court. Fishing laws change from time to time. It is your responsibility to ensure that you are acting within the law.
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