All posts tagged "fishing Victoria"

  • COVID Roadmap and Fishing

    15 September 2020 Last weekend, Premier Andrews announced the Victorian Government’s roadmap out from the ‘second wave’ of COVID-19 restrictions. So, what’s the plan for reopening for fishing and boating? If you are in the Metropolitan Melbourne area, recreational...

  • New Projects Powered by Our Fishing Fees

    More than $1-million of your fishing licence fees are set to be reinvested to improve recreational fishing through this year’s large grants scheme. The 2019-20 recipients have just been announced by Minister for Fishing and Boating, Melissa Horne, with...

  • VRFish Endorsed as State Sport and Recreation Body

    VRFish is elated to be recognised as a state sport and recreation body by Sport and Recreation Victoria.  The recognition is a significant achievement for our organisation and validates VRFish’s leadership role for our sector and our commitment to...

  • Fishing to be Permitted from Tuesday night

    Premier Daniel Andrews has announced today that recreational fishing will be permitted in Victoria as of 11.59pm Tuesday night, 12 May 2020. Fishers will still be required to follow physical distancing of 1.5 metres between others and with a...

  • Important Message to Fishers About Covid-19

    UPDATED 1 APRIL 2020 – Stage 3 Restrictions As of midnight 30 March, Victoria moved to Stage 3 restrictions. The direction from Government is if you can stay at home, you must stay at home. Tonight, the Minister for...

  • Golden Tag Competition Postponed

    As Victoria recently moved to Stage 3 Restrictions to help manage the spread of COVID-19, the Victorian Fisheries Authority have announced that their Golden Tag competition will be postponed until further notice. Launched on March 1, the Golden Tag...

  • New Fisheries Rules in 2020

    On 1 February 2020, some recreational fishing rules changed following the outcome of a review of Victoria’s Fisheries Regulations. We recommend getting your hands on the latest recreational fishing guide, or checking out the Victorian Fisheries Authority’s website to...

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