Inland Fisheries Service News
Brushy Lagoon algal bloom has cleared
The Meander Valley Council advise that recent water sampling indicates that the recent algal bloom has cleared and the water has returned to normal. The Caution Notices have been removed from the Dam Wall and Boat Ramp. This improvement in water quality is likely to see an improvement in the fishing also.
Camden Dam update
IFS officers recently visited Camden Dam and were happy to see the water lapping on top of the spillway. With recent rains in the states north, the lake is full and been fishing well for shore based lure anglers. We are excited about the future prospects of this beautiful fishery. Having many inflowing streams, it won’t...
Lake Barrington Nature Recreation Area temporary closure
A temporary closure, for maintenance, is planned for the Lake Barrington Nature Recreation Area. The reserve will be closed from 17:00hrs Monday 7th September until 10:30hrs Friday 11th September. Parks and Wildlife regret any inconvenience this may cause, but thank you for your assistance. For further enquiries contact Phone 64643014
No better time to Trout fish Tasmania
The trout fishing season has started really well. We received our wish and have had some good rainfall on the eastern side of the State to compliment winter rain on the Central Highlands. As expected Lake Leake continued on from last season and is fishing very well. Lots of anglers headed there for the opening...
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