feet-upTake it easy - you deserve it

Would you like to spend a day of relaxation, reading the latest copy of Tasmanian Fishing and Boating News, enjoying a few fishing films, immersing yourself in some fantastic exhibits, extolling the history of fly fishing to others or if you are keen, tying a few flies with all material provide. The Australian Fly Fishing Museum is offering a lucky reader just that, volunteer for at least a day a month at our Clarendon site and receive these great incentives, plus a free AFFM T-shirt and commemorative badge.
Contact Brad Gawne, Volunteer Coordinator 0429668114

150 Years

The Inland Fisheries is celebrating 150 Years - read all about it here !

http://www.ifs.tas.gov.au/celebrating-150-years

Watch an advert here

jock-brownieWhat's HOT in the trout fishery

Please find the attached PDF of the meeting held last Sunday, 9th of November 2014

Click Read More for a full size picture :)

 

 

IMAS - Deep reef ecosystems study

Please find attached a media release and further informatio that may be of interest, and centred on a deep reefs ecosystems study being funded by FRDC.
Best regards,
Craig

Media Release

2014 NSW Office of Environment and Heritage Eureka Prize for Environmental Research

Media Release from UTAS

Catalyst (ABC) which is available on IVIEW until the 25/12/2014

Click Read More for pictures

Carp Management Program Annual Report 2013/14

The 2013/14 Carp Management Program Annual Report has now been completed and is available for public access at the link below. Find out the latest news on the 2013/14 season with the Carp Management Program and how the battle against carp in Lake Sorell is progressing. Read about the trials and development of new carp eradication techniques and what the season ahead is going to entail.

Please read the report here

Inland Fisheries Service Report for Anglers Alliance Meeting – 17 August 2014

An extensive report for all anglers from IFS to AAT.
Anglers are invited to contact Anglers Alliance Tasmania in regard to these and any other issues. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Check Your Inflatable PFDs before EVERY trip

Do you have an Inflatable PFD?

  • 72% of Tasmanian boaters do.
  • MAST considers this equates to in excess of 80,000 jackets.
  • Last financial year only one in forty two were serviced by manufacturer’s accredited agents. 
  • Is it auto or manual inflate?
  • Does your crew know how to use a manual inflate PFD?     

Will yours work when required?

Recreational Boating Fund

Marine and Safety Tasmania announced the successful projects funded by the Recreational Boating Fund today.

 

 

Low Head Boat Ramp Upgrade - Delayed Reopening

Unfortunately yet another delay with reopening the ramp – now next Friday (27 June)! The dive crew the Contractors had booked to do the underwater work withdrew at the last minute. Fortunately they were able to get a replacement crew onsite on Wednesday and the dive work was finished yesterday. Just couple of things to finish off now and we should be ok to reopen next week.

Media release - AMEC (Australian Marine Engine Council)

The attached media release - released by the AMEC (Australian Marine Engine Council) yesterday - is extremely important for all in our industry. It details an update from Federal Environment Minister Greg Hunt, which takes Australia a step closer to adopting Emissions Standards for outboard engines. Such regulations will mean no further import of high emission outboards.  This media release includes details of industry and AMEC contacts for further comment, as well as a link to the relevant page on the Minister's website.

Easter Fishing News

Scallop Season Opens
The 2014 recreational scallop season opens from this Saturday, 12 April and runs until July 31.  The D'Entrecasteaux Channel remains closed to protect scallop stocks, so you cannot take or possess scallops in this area or transit through it with scallops on board your boat.  Reports last year indicated that scallop divers were most active on the East Coast from Coles Bay to Marion Bay.

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