All posts tagged "Australian bass"

  • Summer Native Fish Stocking Bonanza

    The new year has kicked off with a native fish stocking bonanza with the Victorian Fisheries Authority stocking close to a million native fish in the last few weeks. While the stocked fish will take a few years to...

  • Save Our Gippsland Lakes Fishery

    VRFish, the peak body representing Victorian recreational fishers, is calling on all political parties to commit to a comprehensive fish recovery plan to save the iconic Gippsland Lakes Fishery. VRFish Chairman, Mr. Rob Loats, said “The Gippsland Lakes Fishery...

  • Time for Change for Gippsland Lakes

    Are you one of the many fishers that used to fish the Gippsland Lakes? After the halcyon days of the 1970s and 1980s, what was once a fishing paradise has regrettably flatlined for nearly two decades. Frustrated local recreational...

  • Putting Life Back in the Mitchell River

    By Rob Caune, VRFish Member (Gippsland Angling Association) The magnificent Mitchell River of East Gippsland was listed as a Heritage River in 1992. It is the largest river without a dam in southeast Australia and, provides the Gippsland Lakes with 35...

  • The Glenelg

    By Shane Lowry The Glenelg river in Victoria’s far southwest is a fishing paradise with a range of species available to target as well as stunning scenery and a diversity of habitat that supports both key angling species, smaller...

  • Blue Rock bass stocking to add Victoria to the ABT BASS tournament trail

    By Tom Slater, Australian Bass Tournaments Australian bass are one of our most iconic species. For the many Australians living inland from our amazing coastline, they provide an opportunity to lure an exciting and rewarding freshwater sportfish. ABT (Australian...

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