VRFish is the peak body representing the voice of recreational fishing in Victoria.

When decisions are made that affect our fisheries we advocate for recreational fishing interests. We love fishing, just like you. Whether it’s fish habitat, water security and quality, fishing access and infrastructure or best practice, we aim to work in partnership to make sure Victoria’s fishing experiences continue to improve, be sustainable and more enjoyable for all Victorians.

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Join VRFish today and help make fishing better in Victoria. We need your support to protect the future of fishing.

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Play a more active role in being represented on key recfishing issues and help shape the peak body.

We're thrilled that recfishers can now reel in a Murray cod year-round in the Wimmera & Millicent basins. VRFish wrote to @vicfisheries & successfully advocated for the removal of the Murray cod closed season from the basins on behalf of recfishers.

πŸ”—https://www.vrfish.com.au/2021/04/16/a-win-for-cod-fishers-in-western-victoria/

Robbie wasn't chasing yellas while flicking lures recently, but he sure struck gold with his catch! 🀩

πŸ“Έ@_rtfishing

#vrfish #makefishingbetter #goldenperch

We're encouraging all recreational fishers to have their say on the proposed regulations that legislate camping on licenced Crown land water frontages.

πŸ”— http://ow.ly/KhPp50DUKhe

Caitlin went fishing close to home over the long weekend and reeled in this terrific trout! πŸ™Œ

Thanks for sharing this ripper catch, Caitlin! 🎣

πŸ“Έ @cbx2_fish

#vrfish #makefishingbetter

The @NorthEastCMA will be undertaking habitat works along the Mitta River to restore fish habitat and increase fish populations. Katie Peters Reserve at Eskdale will be closed to the public between Monday 19 April and Friday 23 April.

πŸ”— http://ow.ly/gr1i50E1OIz

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