October 2022 Inland Fisheries Service News Archive

Oct. 18, 2022

Anglers Access infrastructure damaged in floods

The floods that have struck much of Tasmania are likely to have caused significant damage to Anglers Access infrastructure on northern rivers. Anglers should be aware of erosion, debris and high water.  Inland Fisheries staff will be out and about assessing damage over coming weeks and planning repairs over the coming months. Please don’t enter...

Corra Linn CLOSED until further notice
Oct. 14, 2022

Corra Linn - CLOSED

The Corra Linn reserve on the North Esk River has been closed due to flooding until further notice.

Washout on Lake Augusta Road prevents access to Nineteen Lagoons
Oct. 14, 2022

Lake Augusta Road Closed

Advice from Tasmania Police is that the road to Lake Augusta and the Nineteen Lagoons is closed due to flood damage. For any further information please contact the Parks and Wildlife Service Great Western Tiers Field Centre on 67012104.

Lake Crescent producing the goods, but remember the bag and size limits
Oct. 11, 2022

Great fishing at Lake Crescent

Anglers have been reaping the rewards of great fishing conditions at Lake Crescent this season. Inland Fisheries staff and social media posts have reported fantastic condition fish being caught. Fish in the 4-5kg range have been common with reports of bigger fish being caught. Shallow trolling and spinning large with dark hardbodies / soft plastics are...

Matilda from Bagdad with a winning fish at the Tasmanian Trout Expo
Oct. 10, 2022

Tasmanian Trout Expo a huge success at Cressy

A sunny and enjoyable day at Brumbys Creek today for the 2022 Trout Expo. Over 600 people attended and over 200 trout were caught during the day. Eight tagged trout were caught and each of those lucky people won $50.00 for their effort. The conditions were spectacular with a perfect river height and easy access....