All posts tagged "Ramp Rage"

  • Boat Ramp Cams Down Ahead of New Site from MSV

    For the last few years, VRFish has been providing you with valuable web cam feeds from selected boat ramps in Port Phillip Bay and Westernport to help you plan your fishing trip, gauge how busy the ramp is and...

  • First Wave of Free Boat Ramps Launched

    The first wave of free Victorian boat ramps have been announced and more are expected to be on the way as we approach the spring deadline. VRFish joined Premier Daniel Andrews and Minister for Fishing and Boating Jaala Pulford...

  • Jaala Pulford, BBV announcement

    Journey to Better Boating Begins

    VRFish applauds the Andrews Labor Government’s announcement to establish Better Boating Victoria (BBV) and ensure close to $30 million of boating license and fees are reinvested back into boating facilities. BBV will be the public facing part of Government charged with...

  • Victoria’s Best and Worst Boat Ramps Revealed

    The results are in from RACV Marine’s recent ‘Rate Your Ramp’ survey to reveal Victoria’s best and worst boat ramps. The survey received 1300 responses from recreational boaters rating the facilities at their local ramps, including the water quality,...

  • Rate Your Ramp

    Ramp Rage noun sudden anger provoked by the state of a boat ramp; including extensive wait times, unsafe conditions, limited facilities and high parking fees. Ramp Rage is far too common for many Victorian recreational fishers and boaters. VRFish...

  • Better Boating, Better Fishing

    VRFish, the peak body representing Victorian recreational fishers, is buoyed by the bipartisan support from both Labor and Liberal parties for improving recreational fishing and boating in Victoria via a range of long overdue and celebrated reforms. If re-elected,...

  • Fishers and boaters raging over boat ramps

    It’s no secret Victorian recreational fishers and boaters have had a gutful of the state of our boat ramps and will feature as a key election issue later this year. Frustrated fishers have overwhelmed VRFish about the ridiculous wait...

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