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September 2020 Inland Fisheries Service News Archive

Water Information Tasmania Web Portal
Sept. 21, 2020

Things to check before you go fishing

Do you like to plan before you go fishing?  Social media is a great place to gather information on where is fishing well.  For weather information the Bureau of Meteorology is a good spot to check the weather. For daily lake levels go to Hydro Tasmania.  However, when it comes to rivers more generally and...

Stolen grating replaced on jetty
Sept. 17, 2020

Four Springs Lake jetty repaired

The grating that was recently stolen from the Four Springs Lake jetty has been replaced and the jetty is once again open for use.

Lake Leake from the boat ramp and new pontoon
Sept. 10, 2020

You can troll on Lake Leake with a petrol engine

There have been questions about the use of petrol engines on Lake Leake. When Lake Leake was used as the water supply for Campbell Town, petrol engines were only to be used to move from one location to another. Petrol engines were not allowed to be used for trolling. There was a rule change for...

Grating stolen from Four Springs Lake jetty
Sept. 10, 2020

Four Springs Lake jetty closed until further notice

Due to the theft of grating the Four Springs Lake jetty is closed until further notice. Repairs will be undertaken as soon as possible.

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Sept. 8, 2020

Clarence Lagoon vehicle track closed for maintenance

The Parks and Wildlife Service have advised that the Clarence Lagoon vehicle track will be closed on the 10 th and 11 th of September for maintenance. The closure is to allow contractors to undertake maintenance and repairs of drains. As heavy machinery will be used, access to Clarence Lagoon will not be possible during the...