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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Getting out onto the water at beautiful Lake Buffalo will be made easier with construction beginning on a $250,000 upgrade at Marshalls Ridge boat ramp.

Formalised parking and preparation areas will make parking easier with compacted gravel laid down for all-weather access.

What a great way to end the week! ๐ŸŸ

Today, with help from local fishers from Albury-Wodonga, we stocked Lake Hume with 10,000 brown trout from Snobs Creek.

Lake Hume's a great mixed fishery offering year-round opportunities to tangle with a trout, yella, cod or redfin.

Did you lose a lure in Merri River?
We found it! ... embedded in a 5.5 tonne willow tree removed as part of ongoing works in and around the rivers of Warrnambool.
Find out more about the projects here: https://bit.ly/37MlQUP
#castingfail #fishing
@VR_Fish @DELWP_Vic

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๐Ÿšค Boat owners in #Portland, #PortFairy and #Warrnambool can benefit from an initiative by @MaritimeTSV and @Worksafe_Vic. Dispose of expired flares safely at FlareSafe drop-off points on Saturday 7 May. No booking needed.
Times and locations: https://transportsafety.vic.gov.au/maritime-safety/recreational-boating/trip-preparation/safety-equipment/distress-signalling-equipment/safely-dispose-of-flares?fbclid=IwAR13XJw8dGyYvR2370l5-kEPXysjG3d0eUaYI4cXBPCY-a3JI2sCswteMsw
#WeWorkAsOne

We are keeping an eye on a situation in St Leonards where a seal temporarily settled on a local boat ramp.

The seal appears to have moved on for now.

We want to thank community members for keeping their distance and admiring the seal from afar.

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