VRFish is the peak body representing the voice of recreational fishing in Victoria.

When decisions are made that affect our fisheries we advocate for recreational fishing interests. We love fishing, just like you. Whether itโ€™s fish habitat, water security and quality, fishing access and infrastructure or best practice, we aim to work in partnership to make sure Victoriaโ€™s fishing experiences continue to improve, be sustainable and more enjoyable for all Victorians.

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Join VRFish today and help make fishing better in Victoria. We need your support to protect the future of fishing.

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Waranga Basin is a Redfin Mecca which attracts anglers from far and wide. It has a well-established, self-sustaining population of Redfin which is popular with recfishers and during summer, the water often sees 100+ boats on the water chasing this highly prized table species.

Itโ€™s only been a month & already fish have started moving into their new homes at the rocky reefs at Corio Bay! Can you spot the snapper in the first photo?

Theyโ€™ll soon be โ€˜seededโ€™ with native oysters & mussels to really bring them to life!

More: http://www.vfa.vic.gov.au/rockyreefs

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Our MD @WellsDamian welcomed the Hon Melissa Horne, @MaryAnneThomas, @VicFisheries, @VicGovBBV, @VR_Fish and local angling clubs to Barkers Creek and Upper Coliban yesterday to launch our new facilities and release $10,000-tagged fish for the VFA's Golden Tag competition

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Now this is a pretty solid Maccas run! ๐Ÿƒโ€

A tagged Macquarie perch recently recaptured has been on quite the adventure over 3 years, according to our mates at the Arthur Rylah Institute.

#maccas #nativefish #ARIresearch

Macquarie perch is an endangered species in the North East. Arthur Rylah Research Institute (ARI) partnered with @VicFisheries (VFA) for a collection of 58 fish, adding genetic diversity and supporting the #BushfireRecoveryProject @AusLandcare @envirogov #NLP #ARIscience

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