All posts tagged "Gone Fishing Day"

  • Gone Fishing Day 2020

    National Gone Fishing Day is our symbolic day for recreational fishers to celebrate our favourite pastime, fishing! On Sunday 18 October, grab your rod and reel, your fishing mates or family and take the opportunity to wet a line...

  • Gone Fishing Day Goes Digital

    Your national peak body for recfishing, Australian Recreational Fishing Foundation (ARFF), is calling on the nation’s fishers to get involved with Australia’s biggest celebration of recreational fishing, National Gone Fishing Day, on Sunday October 18.    Gone Fishing Day...

  • The countdown is on to Gone Fishing Day!

    National Gone Fishing Day is our favourite day of the year! On Sunday 20 October 2019, it is the perfect opportunity to wet a line with your friends and family. We want to see the biggest Gone Fishing Day ever...

  • Grab a rod to celebrate Gone Fishing Day!

    VRFish, the peak body representing Victorian recreational fishers, are encouraging all fishers to celebrate Gone Fishing Day by wetting a line or going for a dive on Sunday 14 October. VRFish Chairman, Mr. Rob Loats said, “Gone Fishing Day...

  • Is your club ready for Gone Fishing Day?

    National Gone Fishing Day is our favourite day of the year! On Sunday 14 October 2018, it is the perfect opportunity to wet a line with your friends and family.  Gone Fishing Day is our symbolic day for recreational fishers...

  • Get Ready for Gone Fishing Day 2017

    It’s only one more sleep until National Gone Fishing Day. At last count there are 24 events across Victoria to get involved in and overall the day a great excuse to go out for a fish with family and friends. Check out our interactive...

  • Get Ready for National Gone Fishing Day

    Mark October 15 in the diary! After a successful debut in the recreational fishing calendar last year, interest is already growing in this year’s National Gone Fishing Day. The day is all about celebrating how important fishing is to Australia, and yes, is a...

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