Gone Fishing DayPublished on Oct. 3, 2017
The Inland Fisheries Service is working with Anglers Alliance Tasmania, Sea Fisheries and Australian Recreational Fishing Foundation on the National Gone Fishing Day which will be held on Sunday 15 October 2017.
An angling licence will not be required to fish in inland waters in Tasmania so is a great opportunity to grab a friend and try trout fishing. There will also be a number of junior angling venues coordinated by through angling clubs that will give kids a great chance to catch a fish. Sea Fisheries will also be coordinating events around the coast.
Gone Fishing Day is an initiative that was created to encourage people to get outdoors, drop a line, enjoy time with family and friends by or on the water, and hopefully catch a fish or two.
It is well known that getting outdoors is beneficial to both your physical and mental health, and all fishers can agree that there is no such thing as a bad days fishing when your surrounded by those close to you and the glorious areas fishing takes you. So why not have a day that recognises and promotes all of these things!
This Gone Fishing Day we have support from many big names in the fishing Industry with Schneider, Rapala, Daiwa, Jarvis Walker, Halco and Pure Fishing all sponsoring the day with prizes to be won through our National Register.
To register yourself for Gone Fishing Day, the National Register and be eligible to win some prizes head to https: and sign up today! – don’t forget to like us on Facebook for updates on the day’s events and competitions – Gone Fishing Day.
To find out where your closest registered event is being held head to https://gonefishingday.org/events/list/ this page is constantly being updated, or contact Cassandra at Cassandra.Schlimbach@arff.org.au for more information.