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March 2018 Inland Fisheries Service News Archive

Photo by Helen Ridley: Bronte Lagoon
March 7, 2018

It looks like a good weekend for fishing and photography

With the a great weather forecast for the coming long weekend it is that time to get out and take some photos of the trout you catch, the places you fish and the friends you fish with. With great prizes on offer this years Tasmanian Trout Photo Competition is a great opportunity for you to...

Four Springs Angling Platform
March 7, 2018

Four Springs Angling Platform ready to use.

The Meander Valley Council and Inland Fisheries Service have collaborated to construct a new angling platform at Four Springs Lake. The platform is located at the southern end of the existing car park well away from the boat ramps and the majority of boating activity. A kayak launch slide has been installed next to the...

Helen Street Canoe Platform
March 7, 2018

Fish the Huon River by Canoe

The Huon Valley Council have installed a canoe launch site at Helen St. on the Huon River near Ranelagh. This is a great place to launch a canoe or kayak for a day’s fishing on the river or, for the more adventurous, launch at Judbury and exit at Helen St. a downstream paddle of approximately...

March 6, 2018

Support the World Fly Fishing Championship 2019

Australia will to host the 39th FIPS- Mouche World Fly Fishing Championship in Tasmania in late November 2019 . More information is available on the recently released web site This web site will be updated from time to time as we progress to the event. An information brochure, has been produced, which outlines the...

The new toilet at Tooms Lake
March 6, 2018

New toilet for Tooms Lake

Northern Midlands Council recently installed a new toilet in the camping area at Tooms Lake. The toilet provides an accessible facility for users of the camping ground.