VICs to Have Say on Fisheries

REC anglers in Victoria get a chance to have their say about fisheries management issues via 12 roundtable forums held across the state in May and June.

For the 3rd year Fisheries Victoria has toured regional areas to update anglers on what’s happening with their fisheries.

Last year’s forums generated dozens of good ideas and Fisheries Victoria says it has taken many of these ideas on board and implemented them.

These include stocking larger numbers of freshwater fish or stocking more frequently, and planning to build more fishing reefs like those off Frankston, Seaford and Aspendale.

These meetings are a great way for anglers to suggest improvements for their sport. All fishers are encouraged to attend and contribute new project ideas that enhance fishing in Victoria.

Meeting venues and dates:

  • Frankston – Wednesday 11 May 7pm Frankston Yacht Club, Long Island Drive, Frankston
  • Geelong West – Tuesday 17 May 7pm Geelong & District Anglers Clubs & Fish Protection Society, 9 Yuille Street, Geelong West
  • Portland – Wednesday 18 May 7pm Portland Arts Centre, Cnr Glenelg & Bentick Streets, Portland
  • Shepparton – Wednesday 25 May 7pm Country Comfort Parklake, 481 Wyndham Street, Shepparton
  • Mansfield – Tuesday 7 June 7pm Mansfield Community Centre, Mansfield
  • Corryong – Wednesday 8 June 7pm Memorial Hall, 1 Hanson Street, Corryong
  • Mildura – Wednesday 15 June 7pm Mildura Visitor Information Centre, 180-190 Deakin Avenue, Mildura
  • Port Albert – Tuesday 21 June 7pm Port Albert Hall, Victoria Street, Port Albert
  • Bemm River – Wednesday 22 June 7pm Bemm River Community Centre, 12 Roberts Road, Bemm River
  • Swan Hill – Tuesday 28 June 7pm Swan Hill Town Hall, 53-57 McCallum Street, Swan Hill
  • Horsham – Wednesday 29 June 7pm Banksia Room, 110 Natimuk Road, DPI Office, Horsham
  • Bendigo – Thursday 30 June 7pm Bendigo Legion Angling Club, Station Street, Kangaroo Flat

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