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May 2018 Inland Fisheries Service News Archive

The upgraded Kalangadoo Bay boat ramp at Lake Leake.
May 30, 2018

Lake Leake - Kalangadoo Bay boat ramp upgrade

The local community at Kalangadoo Bay have upgraded their boat ramp. Stakeholders and individuals who made cash and in-kind contributions were:  Sustainable Timbers Tasmania, Inland Fisheries Service, Todd & Janet Lambert, Australian Recreational Fishers Party, Craig Woods,Mack Saunders, Ian & Sandra Taylor, Kalangadoo Store, John Hughes, Michael & Karen Byrne and Mark Tapsell. Contractor, Paul...

The Carp Management Program workshop 2018 in action with Minister Sarah Courtney in attendance.
May 28, 2018

Carp Management Program Workshop 2018

The Carp Management Program (CMP) held its yearly Workshop on 10 May in Hobart. We looked over the past year's work and started planning for the coming year. The Workshop provided an update for the new Minister responsible for Inland Fisheries, Sarah Courtney. The Minister offered her support and the team appreciated her words of...

The Derwent Catchment Project logo
May 25, 2018

Tyenna River Willow Control Program Planting day 6 June

Derwent Catchment Project have been working with Inland Fisheries Service, Anglers Alliance Tasmania and the landholder of Lanoma Estate to develop a 5-year plan for willow control along the Tyenna River. Our next field day is 6 June. We will be planting native trees and shrubs on Lanoma Estate. These are to provide shade in...

The winning entry of the 2018 Tasmanian Trout Fishing Photo Competition - Western Lakes Tiger taken by Bruce Deagle.
May 24, 2018

Tasmanian Trout Fishing Photo Competition winners announced

This is the second year we have run Tasmanian Trout Fishing Photography Competition. Prizes offered were: 1st        $500. 2nd        a pair of pair neoprene waders (kindly donated by Fly ‘n Dry). 3rd        12 lures (kindly donated by Huey’s Lures). Photos didn’t have to contain a fish....

Fisheries Habitat Improvement Fund logo
May 23, 2018

Trout Weekend supports the Fisheries Habitat Improvement Fund

Entry donations at Trout Weekend 2018 totaled $3 300. The Inland Fisheries Service is giving these donations to the Fisheries Habitat Improvement Fund Inc. From 1 July, you will be able to apply to the Fund for support of a project. Applications will be open until 1 February 2019 for projects starting after 1 July...