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 itโ€™s fish habitat, water security and quality, fishing access and infrastructure or best practice, we aim to work in partnership to make sure Victoriaโ€™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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Have you had your say on our Gippsland Lakes Recreational Fishery Plan yet? ๐Ÿ—ฃ

The latest episode of The Poddy Mullet takes you through it and how you can get involved before consultation ends on 28 October. http://www.anchor.fm/poddy-mullet

#gippslandlakes #blackbream #target1million

Metro Melbourne has further eased coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions. From 11:59pm on Sunday 18 October 2020, individuals can go boating & fishing within 25 km of their residence and no time limit applies. Read more here: https://go.vic.gov.au/wFImdn

For too long recreational fishers have been prevented from enjoying fishing from public land beside rivers. Show your support for public access to public land by visiting the following site and emailing the Victorian Crossbench MPโ€™s: https://vrfish.good.do/publicaccesstopublicland/

There is a perception that in droughts the Darling formed a series of stagnant pools that lasted for years until the drought broke. WRONG. The latest research says up until recently it flowed for over 85 percent of the time. Check out the research here.
https://ozfish.org.au/2020/10/restoring-the-ecological-integrity-of-a-dryland-river-why-low-flows-in-the-barwon-darling-river-must-flow/

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