All posts tagged "Goulburn Valley"

  • Lake Nagambie and Goulburn River waterway speed limit review

    The Shire of Strathbogie have written to VRFish to inform us the are commencing a review of speed limits and zones on Lake Nagambie and the Goulburn River from Hughes Creek

  • GoFish Nagambie’s $500,000 Prize Pool Reels in Anglers

    Entries are now open for the second annual GoFish Nagambie, one of the most anticipated weekends on the Aussie fishing calendar.  With the $500,000 guaranteed prize pool and the famous

  • Goulburn River Inter-valley Water Transfers

    VRFish welcomes the announcement by Minister for Water Lisa Neville  this week that the Victorian Government will be taking steps to cap the amount of water allowed to be sent

  • GoFish Nagambie Major Prize Haul Revealed

    Whether you’re a keen angler, never fished before or just enjoy a weekend away with mates on the river then the 2019 GoFish Nagambie tournament is the perfect event to

  • Angling Clubs Unite at GoFish Nagambie

    GoFish Nagambie and VRFish, Invite all angling clubs to participate in the club program at GoFish Nagambie. April 25 – April 28 2019 – Nagambie VIC GoFish Nagambie and VRFish

  • The Golden Ticket to GoFish Nagambie

    Get your diaries out and jot this date down. GoFish Nagambie with its guaranteed $500,000 prize pool has dropped three big announcements. General competition entries kick off from 9am on

  • This is GoFish Nagambie

    This is GoFish Nagambie – A festival of fishing, food, outdoor lifestyle and family fun! GoFish Nagambie is Australia’s richest and largest Freshwater fishing tournament and outdoor lifestyle festival. In

  • Nagambie to Host Australia’s Richest and Largest Fishing Competition

    Nagambie will be hosting Australia’s richest and largest freshwater fishing competition and outdoor lifestyle festival for the next two years – promoting recreational fishing across the state and boosting tourism

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