All posts tagged "Murray River"

  • Sunraysia River Repair Bus is Rolling into Town

    The Sunraysia environment is set to receive significant restoration over the coming years with the setup of OzFish Unlimited second dedicated River Repair Bus.  The bus was recently awarded funding by a Federal Government Economic Development grant.  The River...

  • Goulburn to Murray Trade Rule Review

    The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) needs our input to proposed changes to the Goulburn to Murray trade rule. Inter-valley trade, where enormous amounts of water are moved from the Goulburn river to the Murray River,...

  • Countdown to Cod Opening

    Murray cod open season kicks off on Sunday 1 December 2019 after a three-month closed season. Freshwater fishos have been counting down for weeks and expressing their excitement to catch their first cod of the season via social media....

  • Give Murray Cod a Rest on the Nest!

    It’s time to give our iconic Murray cod a rest during the upcoming closed season* from 1 September to 30 November. During this time, cod are at their most vulnerable as they are in breeding mode. Cod will protect...

  • Cray Time!

    Get your thermals and beanies ready, not only is 1st June the start of winter, it also marks the opening of Murray spiny freshwater crayfish open season! The limited open season lasts for the 3 months of winter and is...

  • Countdown is on to catch a cod

    The day all Murray cod fishos have been counting down to is almost here. After a 3-month closed season to allow Murray cod to rest while they breed, 1 December 2018 marks the start of open season for the...

  • Give Murray Cod a rest on the nest!

    It’s time to give our iconic Murray cod a rest during the upcoming closed season* from 1 September to 30 November. During this time, cod are at their most vulnerable as they are in breeding mode. Cod will protect...

  • Cray Time!

    Get your thermals and beanies ready, its the start of winter on June 1st as well as the opening of the Murray spiny freshwater crayfish season for recreational fishers. The limited open season which lasts for the 3 months...

  • Is Camping and Boating Rights Under Threat in New Park Plan?

    VRFish, the Recreational Fishing Peak Body representing over 838,000 Victorian fishers, is concerned fishers, campers and regional communities’ rights could be under threat from a River Red Gum Parks Draft Management Plan. Chair of VRFish, Mr. Robert Loats said,...

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