Victorian Recreational Fishing Tourism Strategy out now

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The State Government has released its Victorian Recreational Fishing Tourism Strategy showcasing the diverse, year-round fishing opportunities on offer across the state.

The strategy was an election commitment and is part of the Government’s $35 million Go Fishing Victoria plan, aiming to position Victoria as Australia’s premier recreational fishing destination with some of the world’s best multi-species, multi-region fishing tourism locations.

The strategy focuses on working towards combining the best of Victorian tourism alongside outstanding fishing experiences.

The ten locations identified in the strategy – as well as the fish species to target at each of them – includes West Coast blue barrels, Lake Eildon cod mecca, Gippsland Lakes and Mallacoota, Sunset Country, Central Highlands trail, Burnanga Trail, Aussie bass Trail, High Country, South West Trophy Lakes and the Grampians, and Port Phillip Bay.

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