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Infish App 2.0

The new improved Infish App 2.0 makes it easier to find fishing locations, angling notes and the latest stocking information. You can also see webcams, water levels and the weather forecast around your favourite waters. The latest news and angler access maps are also available.

The Instagram image for the Tasmanian Tagged Trout Promotion in the 2021-22 angling season featuring 12 year old Fiona Batterham, member of the Westbury Angling Club who caught the 2020-21 tagged trout worth $10,000 from Lake Rowallan.

Tasmanian Tagged Trout Promotion

Fifty tagged brown trout will be released into waters around Tasmania for the 2021-22 season. Each tag is worth $2,000* to the angler that returns the fish to the Inland Fisheries Service (*terms and conditions apply). The tags are orange and have unique identifying details.

Photos of a junior angler with their catch of a two pound rainbow trout caught at Curries River Reservoir.

No fee for junior angling licences

Licence fees for junior anglers are waived for the next four years! Anglers aged 14 to 17 still need to hold an inland angling licence, but can apply for free through the IFS website. Junior anglers under 14 years don't need an angling licence.