Inland Fisheries Service News
This section features the latest news stories from the Inland Fisheries Service .
Feb 21, 2017
A notice from the Southern Highlands Progress Association:
The Southern Highlands Progress Association has undertaken the upgrade of this site over the summer with the assistance of Central
Feb 16, 2017
A notice from Parks and Wildlife Service Tasmania
Bridges on the Brushy Lagoon Road near Westbury that were damaged by the flood event of 2016 are set to be replaced. In order for the new,
Feb 16, 2017
This quarterly report looks at October to December 2016.
This quarter we removed 289 carp from Lake Sorell. This is compared to 480 carp between October and December 2015. We expected less because
Feb 15, 2017
Funding for community based projects.
Do you know of a great community group looking for some help to deliver a fantastic project?
In addition to the range of ways we contribute to the community,
Feb 05, 2017
Contractors recently completed maintenance to Large Bay Road at Lake Echo. The IFS constructed the road to provide access to the northern end of the lake. A concrete boat ramp is located at Large Bay
Jan 31, 2017
Anglers Alliance Tasmania is pleased to invite nominations for the Tasmanian Angling Hall of Fame.
Nominations are to be submitted in accordance with the Hall of Fame induction guidelines and
Jan 29, 2017
Anglers enjoyed some fantastic fishing over Australia Day long weekend at our inland waters. The weather conditions were mixed, with some fantastic days and some that were a little windy. Our
Jan 19, 2017
The Australia Day holiday is looming and school holidays drawing to an end. If you are keen to catch a fish, it may pay to venture to Meadowbank Lake.
On Tuesday Meadowbank Lake was stocked with
Jan 18, 2017
Recent windy weather has had anglers looking for options that offer shelter and clear water. The prevailing winds have been westerly and south westerly. Many shallow lakes and lagoons are stirred up
Jan 11, 2017
Yesterday IFS team members, Chris Boon and Paul Middleton, visited the Bronte Fly Fishing School at Bronte Lagoon. They spoke about a range of topics including:
the carp management