South Riana Dam
5 fish combined with only 2 over 500mm
Min size: 300/500 mm Bag limit: 5 Method: All methods (bait, lures and flies). From 1 hour before sunrise to 3 hrs after sunset Season: 3/8/2019 - 3/5/2020
|11/07/2019||392||Brown Trout||Adult||550||Diploid||River Derwent, Lake King William||Wild|
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South Riana Dam was built in 2014 as part of the Dial Blythe irrigation scheme.
South Riana Dam is 4.5km west of South Riana on the C115
Recreational Fish Management
South Riana Dam is managed as a brown trout fishery
Ideal for shore based angling. Bait, lure and fly fishing will all be productive.
Recreational anglers have a responsibility to look after fisheries resources for the benefit of the environment and future generations.
Do not bring live or dead fish, fish products, animals or aquatic plants into Tasmania.
Do not bring any used fishing gear or any other freshwater recreational equipment that may be damp, wet or contain water into Tasmania. Check, clean and dry your fishing equipment before entering Tasmania.
Do not transfer any freshwater fish, frogs, tadpoles, invertebrates or plants between inland waters.
Check your boat, trailer, waders and fishing gear for weed and other pests that should not be transferred before moving between waters.
Do not use willow (which is a plant pest) as a rod support as it has the ability to propagate from a strike.
The Dam wall and spillway are prohibited areas
Boating is not allowed.